inlaut

noun
in·​laut | \ ˈinˌlau̇t \
plural inlaute\ -​au̇tə \ also inlauts

Definition of inlaut

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

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History and Etymology for inlaut

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

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“Inlaut.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/inlaut. Accessed 28 Jul. 2021.

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