bi-syllabic

"hybrid word; the correct form is disyallbic." [1]


References

  1. Broughton WB. Glossarial Index. In: Acoustic Behavior of Animals. Acoustic Behavior of Animals. Elsevier; 1963.
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bisyllabic

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