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Од Француски diphtongue, од Антички Грчки δίφθογγος (díphthongos, two sounds), од δίς (dís, twice)

+ φθόγγος (phthóngos, sound)




diphthong (plural diphthongs)

  1. (phonetics) A complex vowel sound that begins with the sound of one vowel and ends with the sound of another vowel, in the same syllable.
    For example: "ou" in loud, "i" in mine.
    1. (rare) A vowel digraph or ligature.
      • 1854, Robert Bigsby, Historical and Topographical Description of Repton, in the County of Derby, Woodfall and Kinder, page 47:
        And he might have written the name, also, with the diphthong æ, as well as the single vowel, in the initial syllable, throughout all the preceding forms.
      • 1860, Joseph E. Worcester, An Elementary Dictionary of the English Language, A New Edition, Swan, Brewer, and Tileston (publishers), page 12:
        An improper diphthong has only one of the vowels sounded; as, ea in heat, oa in coal.
      • 1874, Theophilus Dwight Hall, A Child’s First Latin Book, John Murray (publisher), page 3:
        The diphthong ae is sounded like ē (§7); that is, it has the sound of ey in they.

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