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dissyllable

[dih-sil-uh-buh l, dis-sil-, dahy-sil-] /dɪˈsɪl ə bəl, dɪsˈsɪl-, ˈdaɪ sɪl-/
noun
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dissyllabic
[dis-i-lab-ik, dis-si-, dahy-si-] /ˌdɪs ɪˈlæb ɪk, ˌdɪs sɪ-, ˌdaɪ sɪ-/ (Show IPA),
adjective

disyllabic

[dahy-si-lab-ik, dis-i-] /ˌdaɪ sɪˈlæb ɪk, ˌdɪs ɪ-/
adjective
1.
consisting of or pertaining to two syllables.
Also, dissyllabic.
Origin
1630-1640
1630-40; di-1 + syllabic
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British Dictionary definitions for dissyllabic

dissyllable

/dɪˈsɪləbəl; ˈdɪsˌsɪl-; ˈdaɪsɪl-/
noun
1.
(grammar) a word of two syllables
Derived Forms
dissyllabic (ˌdɪsɪˈlæbɪk; ˌdɪssɪ-; ˌdaɪ-), disyllabic (ˌdaɪsɪˈlæbɪk; ˌdɪ-) adjective
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