barytone

1 [bar-i-tohn]
noun, adjective Music.
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barytone

2 [bar-i-tohn] Classical Greek Grammar.
adjective
1.
having the last syllable unaccented.
noun
2.
a barytone word.

Origin:
1820–30; < Greek barýtonos, equivalent to barý(s) heavy, deep (of sound) + tónos tone

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barytone1 (ˈbærɪˌtəʊn)
 
n
a less common spelling of baritone

barytone2 (ˈbærɪˌtəʊn)
 
adj
1.  having the last syllable unaccented
 
n
2.  Compare oxytone a word in which the last syllable is unaccented
 
[C19: from Greek barutonos heavy-sounding, from barus heavy + tonostone]

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The great barytone was not a stranger to his audience and his welcome was that of an old friend.
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