diplosyllable

A syllable in which sound is priduced by both to- and fro- movements of the stridulatory apparatus.

"A syllable in which sound is produced by opening and closing wing-strokes in the Ensifera, and both upward and downward leg-strokes in the gomphocerine grasshoppers." [1]


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