barytone


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bar·y·tone

 (băr′ĭ-tōn′)
n.
1. Music Variant of baritone.
2. Linguistics A word that has a heavy stress or pitch accent on its penultimate syllable.
adj. Linguistics
Relating to or being a word that has a heavy stress or pitch accent on its penultimate syllable.

barytone

(ˈbærɪˌtəʊn)
n
(Music, other) a less common spelling of baritone

barytone

(ˈbærɪˌtəʊn)
adj
(Phonetics & Phonology) having the last syllable unaccented
n
(Phonetics & Phonology) a word in which the last syllable is unaccented. Compare oxytone
[C19: from Greek barutonos heavy-sounding, from barus heavy + tonos tone]

bar•y•tone1

(ˈbær ɪˌtoʊn)

n., adj.

bar•y•tone2

(ˈbær ɪˌtoʊn)
adj.
1. (of a word in Classical Greek) having the last syllable unaccented.
n.
2. a barytone word.
[1820–30; < Greek barýtonos=barý(s) heavy, deep (of sound) + tónos tone]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.barytone - a male singerbarytone - a male singer        
singer, vocalist, vocalizer, vocaliser - a person who sings
Translations

barytone

[ˈbærɪtəʊn] Nviola f de bordón
References in classic literature ?
It was to this workman that the strong barytone belonged which was heard above the sound of plane and hammer singing--
The accent of dadhi--might be interpreted as pointing to the present stem, but since the core forms of the reduplicated i-stems are barytone (cakri-, jagmi-, jaghni-, etc.
The published version of a Diplomarbeit at the University of Salzburg, this slight little volume--slight both in size and in content--treats the exceedingly subtle semantic relationships obtaining between Rigvedic simplex nouns in -ti and root nouns, s-stem neuters, barytone a-stems, and tu-stems, all of which fall under the general category of nouns of action.