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syllable  nucleus  ambisyllabic  ambisyllabicity  auslaut
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A syllable is a unit of organization for a sequence of speech sounds typically made up of a syllable nucleus with optional initial and final margins. Wikipedia
Unit of organization for a sequence of speech sounds Wikidata
A unit of human speech that is interpreted by the listener as a single sound, although syllables usually consist of one or more vowel sounds, either alone or combined with the sound of one or more consonants. OmegaWiki
A unit of human speech that is interpreted by the listener as a single sound, although syllables usually consist of one or more vowel sounds, either alone or combined with the sound of one or more consonants; a word consists of one or more syllables. Wiktionary
Unit of speech. Wiktionary (translation)
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The word `pocket' has two syllables WordNet 3.0 & Open English WordNet