proclitic

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English[edit]

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pro- +‎ clitic

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Noun[edit]

proclitic (plural proclitics)

  1. (linguistics) A clitic that joins with the following word phonetically, graphically, or both.
    In dialectal or poetic English, the pronoun the or to can become a proclitic, t'.

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French proclitique

Adjective[edit]

proclitic m or n (feminine singular proclitică, masculine plural proclitici, feminine and neuter plural proclitice)

  1. proclitic (attributive)

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