demarcational

demarcative

[dih-mahr-key-tiv, dee-mahr-key-]
adjective Linguistics.
(of a phonological feature) serving to indicate the beginning or end of each successive word in an utterance, as word-initial stress in Hungarian or penultimate stress in Polish.
Also, demarcational.


Origin:
1950–55; demarcate + -ive

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