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Accordingly, VCCV and VCV are always syllabified as VC.CV and V.CV, respectively.
Two of their four categories of forms with tt, those with the most examples, clearly show that orthographic -VttV sometimes "made position" (was metrically long) and thus was in those cases syllabified /-Vt*tV/.
The last consonant of the previous word, 'k', is syllabified at the beginning of the word.
Hindko word /t~f~:n~kk/ `kettle' is therefore not syllabified as/tf~:n.~kk/ rather as /tj'a~:.
But in the present context, they are likely to be syllabified an-swered, un-to, and sil-ken.
The text is printed with chapters but no verses, which has the effect of presenting the King James Bible as readable prose; it also dispenses with the italics and syllabified names that distract so many readers in the attempt to read the translation as narrative and caution them to read it as Holy Writ.
TORTOISE: But certainly you don't deny that the ancestors of make, weave and hope were, at some stage, maken, weven and hopen, and that these word forms syllabified [ma][ken], (we][ven] and [ho][pen) so that one is justified in calling their first syllables 'open', or 'unchecked'?
(10) This means that word-final C is syllabified in CVCC, CVVC.
For Yoshida's account the loss in the sequence *-VHVC did not lead to compensatory lengthening and trimoric vowels, since this sequence would have syllabified *-V.HV(C), and syllabic onsets do not contribute moraic weight, hence no compensatory lengthening takes place.
These stems surface as consonant-final if and only if that final consonant can be syllabified as the onset of the next syllable, that is, whenever they are followed by a vowel-initial suffix.
Intervocalic consonants (CVCV) in languages are preferred to be syllabified in onset position.
Headwords are often syllabified in American English dictionaries, but less so in British English dictionaries.
If just the first two segments from the base were to be retained during unification, i.e., anandip and on-onop, the inherited nasal would have to be syllabified as the onset of the second syllable in the reduplicated form to satisfy general prosodic well-formedness constraints, leaving the second mora of the first syllable empty.