See also: Apocope Apocopate Apocopated Apocopation Apocryphal Apocryphy Apocalypse Apoc Apoco Apocryphon Apocryphally Apocrifo Apocarpy Apocrine Apocarthy Apocalypto Apocarpous Apocalipsis Apochromat Apocalyptic Apocrypha
1. Apocope definition is - the loss of one or more sounds or letters at the end of a word (as in sing from Old English singan).
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2. Apocope definition, loss or omission of the last letter, syllable, or part of a word
3. Apocope synonyms, Apocope pronunciation, Apocope translation, English dictionary definition of Apocope
4. "Apocope is a process that deletes word-final segments, including unstressed (reduced) vowels
5. ‘In literature Apocope is confined to poetry, but in the prose inscriptions of the dialects it is frequent.’ ‘Cross-linguistically, vowels that undergo Apocope usually follow the stressed syllable; Apocope in Greek, however, often appears to occur in vowels that precede accented syllables.’
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6. Apocope is a kind of Metaplasm, which consists in the elision of the final syllable or some of the final letters of a word, for instance, ‘tho’, for “though”; ‘th’, for “the”, etc
7. While Apocope is a rhetorical figure that flourishes in the poetry, it is also a musical figure which consists in shortening the final note in one voice of a fugue
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9. Olan Monk - Na Madraí go Léir Apocope is the second C.A.N.V.A.S
10. The shortened word is known as an Apocope
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11. Apocopate definition is - to shorten (a word) by Apocope.
12. The word "buen" in Spanish is an Apocope of the adjective "bueno." b
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13. 'Apocope' of the final 'us', Taylor is supported by 'honest' and
14. Please read on Estonian Apocope as but one example showing the falsity of your beliefs since regardless of vocal height, surely these differing vowels converged before being zeroed
15. Definition of Apocope in the Definitions.net dictionary
16. What does Apocope mean? Information and translations of Apocope in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
17. Apocope definition: omission of the final sound or sounds of a word Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
18. What does Apocope mean? The loss of one or more sounds from the end of a word, as in Modern English sing from Middle
19. Definition of Apocope noun in Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary
20. Syncope is a see also of Apocope
21. As nouns the difference between syncope and Apocope is that syncope is a loss of consciousness when someone faints, a swoon while Apocope is (prosody) the loss or omission of a sound or syllable from the end of a word.
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22. Apocope (redirected from Apocopes) Also found in: Thesaurus
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23. Related to Apocopes: bolections, reglets
24. Apocope: 1 n abbreviation of a word by omitting the final sound or sounds “the British get `pud' from `pudding' by Apocope ” Type of: abbreviation a shortened form of a word or phrase
25. See 5 photos from 63 visitors to Apocope, an Atsukè company.
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26. Apocope [Stress: ‘a-POK-o-py’]
27. The removal of an element at the end of a WORD, usually for informal economy of expression, as in: kit and marge, formed from kitten and margarine.Sometimes a suffix is added to the apocopated form, as in kitty from kitten and AusE journo from journalist.Apocope is common in especially affectionate nicknames: Margery becomes Marge, William becomes Will.
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28. "Cuca" is an Apocope for cucaracha (cockroach) and "blátidos" means blattodea, which is the scientific name given to cockroaches
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29. Synonyms for Apocope in Free Thesaurus
30. 1 word related to Apocope: abbreviation
31. Apocope - Traduccion ingles de diccionario ingles
32. Del verbo apocopar: (⇒ conjugar) Apocope es: 1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo 3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo
33. See authoritative translations of Apocope in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
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34. Hello c'est Apocope un youtubeur dofus :) …
35. Shortened by Apocope; lacking a final sound or syllable· (grammar, Arabic language) jussive··(linguistics) To shorten using Apocope; to remove the final sound or syllable
36. With ‘Apocope’, the exploratory label interrogate the limits of pop music’s meaning in the age of a slow burning apocalypse, and under the shadow of a rising hyper-pop zeitgeist
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37. Translation for 'Apocope' in the free Italian-English dictionary and many other English translations.
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39. The Apocope, Groningen, Netherlands
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41. Apocope is the suppression of some letters at the end of a word
42. An infinitive followed by another infinitive is one of the cases in which we can do vocalic Apocope, that is, we can drop the last "e" from the first infinitive
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43. Definition and synonyms of Apocope from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.
44. This is the British English pronunciation of Apocope.
45. View American English pronunciation of Apocope.
46. Une Apocope est une modification phonétique qui se caractérise par l'abréviation du mot complet, en gardant uniquement son ou ses premiers phonèmes ou syllabes
Apocope definition is - the loss of one or more sounds or letters at the end of a word (as in sing from Old English singan).
Apocope comes from the Greek ἀποκοπή (apokopḗ) from ἀποκόπτειν (apokóptein) "cutting off", from ἀπο- (apo-) "away from" and κόπτειν (kóptein) "to cut".
New Words and Names. "Quite a few English words have resulted from apocope, among them cinema (from cinematograph) and photo (from photograph). Names often undergo apocope (e.g., Barb, Ben, Deb, Steph, Theo, Vince).". (Bryan Garner, Garner's Modern American Usage.
In Estonian and the Sami languages, apocopes explain the forms of grammatical cases. For example, a nominative is described as having apocope of the final vowel, but the genitive does not have it.