Syllabic

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Definition

Syllabic is a feature used in the linear framework of Chomsky & Halle (1968), which characterizes sounds that function as syllabic nuclei; non-syllabic sounds occur at syllable margins.

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  • Chomsky, N. and M. Halle 1968. The Sound Pattern of English, Harper and Row, New York.
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