ambisyllabic

ambisyllabic

[am-bee-si-lab-ik]
adjective Phonetics.
(of a single speech sound or cluster) shared phonetically by two contiguous syllables, as the single n -sound of any or the pl -cluster of grappling.

Origin:
ambi- + syllabic

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