paragoge

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paragoge

(ˌpærəˈɡəʊdʒɪ) or

paragogue

n
(Phonetics & Phonology) the addition of a sound or a syllable to the end of a word, such as st in amongst
[C17: via Late Latin from Greek paragōgē an alteration, ultimately from paragein to lead past, change]
paragogic, ˌparaˈgogical adj
ˌparaˈgogically adv
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paragoge

the addition of a sound or group of sounds at the end of a word, as in the nonstandard idear for idea. Also called epithesis. — paragogic, paragogical, adj.
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As with the medieval French and Middle English final -e, the Spanish and Galician paragoges, and with the so-called 'elisions' in the Italian laude, the metre might, or might not, ignore such syllables in regard to the prosody; yet the furtive syllables were nonetheless sung, be it ever so rapidly.