προπαροξύτονος

Ancient Greek edit

Etymology edit

From προ- (pro-, before) +‎ πᾰροξῠ́τονος (paroxútonos).

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Adjective edit

προπᾰροξῠ́τονος (proparoxútonosm or f (neuter προπᾰροξῠ́τονον); second declension

  1. (grammar) proparoxytone

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Greek edit

Etymology edit

From Ancient Greek.

Adjective edit

προπαροξύτονος (proparoxýtonosm (feminine προπαροξύτονη, neuter προπαροξύτονο)

  1. (grammar, linguistics) proparoxytone, (of a word) having a stressed antepenultimate

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