The phrases that showed best inter-examiner reproducibility where the trisyllabic
words "shoe" (k = 0.
Speech discrimination tests were carried out in a silent environment with monosyllabic and trisyllabic
All the words are multisyllabic, predominantly dissyllabic and trisyllabic
As far as di-and trisyllabic
stimuli are concerned, the predominant strategy that is followed by most participants (see Table 1) is acronymization.
Eight stems, Nepale'se, journale'se, novele'se, Sudane'se, lemona'de, cannona'de, serena'de, and colonna'de, are trisyllabic
words carrying last-syllable stress.
The number of syllables was examined by classifying words as monosyllabic, disyllabic, trisyllabic
29) An amphimacer is a trisyllabic
foot with an unstressed syllable between two stressed syllables.
Van der Molen provides us with an important key to the trisyllabic
meters used in the RK and does a serviceable job of rendering the scansion of the morae-based meter Arya.
Reduction is also possible foot-internally, in the second syllable of a trisyllabic
foot: [i-hmised] 'man:PL:NOM', [ja*hutetta:] 'cool:PRS:IPS', [ki*skohumi:ne] 'be_torn_off:NMLZ:NOM'.
Rhythmic accents (of duration or division) are those that hold the key to individualizing rhythmic structures thus identifying several categories grouped according to the number of items in bisyllabic, trisyllabic
or by type in binary, ternary or mixed formations.
La silaba como unidad de activacion lexica en la lectura de palabras trisilabas [The syllable as the unit of lexical activation in the reading of trisyllabic
See a very similar explanation of acceleration by Hobsbaum in a trisyllabic
substitution exemplified with Marvell's "Time's win/ged cha/riot hur/ry ing near" (8-9, 56).