Definition of Synizeses

1. Noun. (plural of synizesis) ¹



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Definition of Synizeses

1. synizesis [n] - See also: synizesis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synizeses

syngeneic
syngeneic transplantation
syngenesious
syngenetic
syngenic
syngenite
syngnathid
syngnathids
syngnathous
syngraph
syngraphs
synharmonic
syning
synizeses (current term)
synizesis
synkarya
synkaryon
synkaryons
synkinesia
synkinesias
synkinetic
synkinetically
synne
synochal
synocil
synocils
synocracy
synod

Literary usage of Synizeses

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1. An English Grammar: Methodical, Analytical, and Historical. With a Treatise by Eduard Adolf Ferdinand Maetzner (1874)
"... has become a universal custom in the speech of educated persons. synizeses certainly remain in verse, as: carrying, burying, glorious, meteor, ..."

2. Principles of Greek Etymology by Georg Curtius (1886)
"This is evident from the large number of synizeses between e and following vowels, eg in the monosyllabic ..."

3. Principles of Greek Etymology by Georg Curtius, Augustus Samuel Wilkins, Edwin Bourdieu England (1876)
"This is evident from the large number of synizeses between e and following vowels, eg in the monosyllabic ..."

4. A Critical History of the Language and Literature of Antient Greece by William Mure (1850)
"... it may be remarked, is but one among a class of synizeses authorised by Homer, though not elsewhere exemplified in this particular word. Conf. II. i. ..."

5. Copious Greek Grammar by August Heinrich Matthiae, Edward Valentine Blomfield, John Kenrick (1837)
"synizesis is not to be assumed even where the short initial vowel is elided after the long final. Similar synizeses are found in the middle of words, ..."

6. Copious Greek Grammar by August Heinrich Matthiae, Edward Valentine Blomfield, John Kenrick (1832)
"synizesis is not to be assumed even where the short initial vowel is elided after the long final. Similar synizeses are found in the middle of words, ..."

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