inlaut

noun in·laut \ˈinˌlau̇t\

Definition of inlaut

plural

inlaute

\-au̇tə\ also

inlauts

  1. :  a medial sound or position in a word or syllable — compare anlaut, auslaut

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Origin and Etymology of inlaut

German, from in (from Old High German) + laut sound, from Middle High German lūt; akin to Old English hlūd loud — more at in, loud


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