iotized

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Etymology[edit]

1854 pre-iotized, 1874 iotize, 1890 iotised. See iotize.

Verb[edit]

iotized

  1. simple past tense and past participle of iotize

Adjective[edit]

iotized (comparative more iotized, superlative most iotized)

  1. (linguistics) Of a spoken vowel sound, preceded with the i sound.
  2. (linguistics, Slavic paleography) Denoting a letter representing an iotized vowel, like Russian я, ю, ё, е or an early Cyrillic letter originating as a ligature with the Greek iota: , ѥ, ю, ѩ, ѭ.

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