(syllable)

  • 1Syllable — Bildschirmfoto Syllable 0.6.0 mit Webbrowser, Texteditor und PDF Betrachter Basisdaten …

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  • 2Syllable — Рабочий стол Syllable 0.6.4 с запущенной игрой Puri chess Разработчик Syllable Project Team Семейство ОС AtheOS like Исходный код Открытый Последняя версия 0.6.6 …

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  • 3Syllable — 0.6 Desarrollador Kristian Van Der Vliet, Kaj de Vos, Rick Caudill, Arno Klenke, Henrik Isaksson …

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  • 4Syllable — Bureau de Syllable 0.6.5 État du projet En développement Plates formes compatible PC Licence …

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  • 5Syllable — Syl la*ble, n. [OE. sillable, OF. sillabe, F. syllabe, L. syllaba, Gr. ? that which is held together, several letters taken together so as to form one sound, a syllable, fr. ? to take together; ? with + ? to take; cf. Skr. labh, rabh. Cf. {Lemma} …

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  • 6syllable — (n.) late 14c., from Anglo Fr. sillable, O.Fr. sillabe, from L. syllaba, from Gk. syllabe a syllable, several sounds or letters taken together, lit. a taking together, from syn together (see SYN (Cf. syn )) + stem of lambanein to take (see… …

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  • 7syllable — [sil′ə bəl] n. [ME sillable < OFr sillabe < L syllaba < Gr syllabē, a syllable, lit., that which holds together < syllambanein, to join < syn , together + lambanein, to hold < IE base * (s)lagw , to grasp > LATCH] 1. a word… …

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  • 8Syllable — Syl la*ble, v. t. To pronounce the syllables of; to utter; to articulate. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9Syllable — es un sistema operativo basado en software libre diseñado para microprocesadores x86 de Intel. Concebido para ser un sistema operativo fácil de usar y orientado al usuario final, nació en julio de 2002 como un proyecto independiente de AtheOS.… …

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  • 10syllable — ► NOUN ▪ a unit of pronunciation having one vowel sound, with or without surrounding consonants, and forming all or part of a word. ORIGIN Greek sullab , from sun together + lambanein take …

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