barytone

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin barytonos, from Ancient Greek βαρύτονος (barútonos, not oxytone).

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Homophones: baritone

Adjective[edit]

barytone (comparative more barytone, superlative most barytone)

  1. (linguistics) Of or pertaining to a barytone word; not having an accent on the ultimate syllable.
  2. Archaic form of baritone.

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Noun[edit]

barytone (plural barytones)

  1. (linguistics) A word that is not accented on the ultimate syllable.
  2. (linguistics) A word that is accented on the penultimate syllable.
  3. Archaic form of baritone.