Synalepha

A synalepha or synaloepha ə is the merging of two syllables into one, especially when it causes two words to be pronounced as one. The original meaning in Greek is more general than modern usage, and also includes coalescence of vowels within a word. Similarly, synalepha most often refers to elision (as in English contraction), but it can also re...
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Synalepha

• (n.) A contraction of syllables by suppressing some vowel or diphthong at the end of a word, before another vowel or diphthong; as, th` army, for the army.
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Synalepha

Syn`a·le'pha noun [ New Latin , from Latin synaloepha , Greek ..., from ... to melt together; sy`n with + ... to besmear.] (Gram.) A contraction of syllables by suppressing some vowel or diphthong at the end of a word, before another vowel or diphthong; as, th' army , fo...
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Synalepha

Type of elision where two adjacent vowels occur and one is suppressed e.g. 'And strike to dust th' imperial tow'rs of Troy' by Pope.
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