Syllabic may refer to:

  • Syllable
  • Canadian Aboriginal syllabics, a family of abugidas used to write a number of Aboriginal Canadian languages.
  • Syllabary, writing system using symbols for syllables
  • Abugida, writing system using symbols for consonant-vowel combinations (used to be called syllabic in the 19th century and syllabic alphabet by Coulmas)
  • Syllabic verse
  • Syllabic consonant
  • Syllabic text setting, in music

Other articles related to "syllabic":

Strč Prst Skrz Krk
... known for having a total absence of vowels, the nucleus of each syllable being a syllabic r, a common feature amongst many Slavic languages ... In fact, Czech has two syllabic liquid consonants, the other being syllabic l, as well as syllabic bilabial nasal 'm' ...
Czech Phonology - Prosody - Phonotactics
... of Czech syllables is (C)(C)(C)(C)V(C)(C)(C) C – consonant V – vowel or syllabic consonant Thus, Czech word can have up to four consonants in the initial group and three consonants in the final group (not ... The syllabic nucleus is usually formed by vowels or diphthongs, but in some cases syllabic sonorants (/r/ and /l/, rarely also /m/ and /n/) can be found ... Both vowels in the groups are separate syllabic nuclei and do not form diphthongs ...
Simson Shorthand
... invented by James Simson, originally published in his 1881 book, Compend of Syllabic Shorthand Being a Synopsis of the System, and in more detail in his books, Syllabic ... published the third edition being published in 1885 under the title Manual of Syllabic Shorthand ... on its title page as "A system of brief writing by syllabic characters, based on the common alphabet, and written according to the sounds of spoken language." The syllabic nature would make for ...
Syllabic Verse
... Syllabic verse is a poetic form having a fixed or constrained number of syllables per line, while stress, quantity, or tone play a distinctly secondary role — or no role at all — in the ... — as opposed to stress-timed languages such as English, in which accentual verse and accentual-syllabic verse are more common ...