triliteral

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tri·lit·er·al

 (trī-lĭt′ər-əl)
adj.
Consisting of three letters, especially of three consonants. Used chiefly of roots in Semitic languages.
n.
1. A three-letter word or word element.
2. A triliteral root or word.

triliteral

(traɪˈlɪtərəl)
adj
1. (Linguistics) having three letters
2. (Linguistics) (of a word root in Semitic languages) consisting of three consonants
n
(Linguistics) a word root of three consonants

tri•lit•er•al

(traɪˈlɪt ər əl)

adj.
1. using or consisting of three letters.
2. (of Semitic roots) consisting of three consonants.
n.
3. a triliteral word or root.
[1745–55]
tri•lit′er•al•ism,

n.
Translations
trilitèretrilittéraltrilittère
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