Polysyllabicity

Pol`y`syl`la`bic´i`ty


n.1.Polysyllabism.
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20) Although neither Ting nor Sagart say as much, I think the real answer to the problem of polysyllabicity and the characters is that the "high" diglossic style has long involved monosyllabic character-readings, while much more diverse forms have existed in regional speech.