βαρύτονος

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Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From βᾰρῠ́ς (barús) +‎ τόνος (tónos).

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βᾰρῠ́τονος (barútonosm, f (neuter βᾰρῠ́τονον); second declension

  1. deep-sounding
  2. (grammar) (of words) having its acute accent on the last syllable changed to a grave accent (i.e. no accent at all)

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek.

Adjective[edit]

βαρύτονος (varýtonosm (feminine βαρύτονη, neuter βαρύτονο)

  1. (grammar, linguistics) barytone, (of a word) having an unstressed last syllable
  2. (music) baritone of a singer or musical instrument

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