|Author:||-=A=- (Authenticated as Avgvst)|
|Date:||March 25, 2008 at 10:11:46 PM|
What is the correct term for the accentuated syllable in a multisyllable word?
(the name Theodora) thee-oh-DOHR-uh = the DOHR syllable?
Could one refer to it as the "accentuate" or is there another name for it?
Surely there must be something simpler than "accentuated syllable."
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