Crasis

Cra'sis noun [ Late Latin , temperament, from Greek ............, from ............ to mix.] 1. (Medicine) A mixture of constituents, as of the blood; constitution; temperament. 2. (Gram.) A contraction of two vowels (as the final and initial vowels of united words) into one...
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Crasis

• (n.) A contraction of two vowels (as the final and initial vowels of united words) into one long vowel, or into a diphthong; synaeresis; as, cogo for coago. • (n.) A mixture of constituents, as of the blood; constitution; temperament.
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crasis

in classical Greek, the contraction of two vowels or diphthongs at the end of one word and the beginning of an immediately following word, as kán for ...
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Crasis

Crasis (s; from the Greek κρᾶσις, `mixing`, `blending`) is a type of contraction in which two vowels or diphthongs merge into one new vowel or diphthong — making one word out of two. Crasis occurs in Portuguese and Arabic as well as in Ancient Greek, where it was first described. In some cases, as in the French examples below, crasis ...
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crasis

blending; melding two vowels into a diphthong
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