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1vocalic

adjective vo·cal·ic \vō-ˈka-lik, və-\

Definition of VOCALIC

1
:  marked by or consisting of vowels
2
a :  being or functioning as a vowel
b :  of, relating to, or associated with a vowel
vo·cal·i·cal·ly \-li-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
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Origin of VOCALIC

Latin vocalis vowel, from vocalis vocal
First Known Use: 1814

2vocalic

noun

Definition of VOCALIC

:  a vowel sound or sequence in its function as the most sonorous part of a syllable

First Known Use of VOCALIC

1924

Rhymes with VOCALIC

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