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In linguistics, a monosyllable is a word or utterance of only one syllable. It is most commonly studied in the fields of phonology and morphology and it has no semantic content. The word has originated from the Greek language. "Yes", "no", "jump", "buy", "heat", "sure", and "and" are examples of monosyllables. Some of the longest monosyllabic words in the English language, all containing nine letters each, are "screeched," "schlepped," "scratched," "scrounged," "scrunched," "stretched," "straights," and "strengths."

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  • Der Einsilb(l)er ist in der Verslehre bei silbenzählendem Versprinzip ein Versmaß bzw. Vers nur einer Silbe. Im Kontext antiker Dichtung wird auch die Bezeichnung Monosyllabus verwendet. (de)
  • Un monosílabo es una palabra de una sílaba, como por ejemplo, en español, fe, pie, sol y seis. (es)
  • In linguistics, a monosyllable is a word or utterance of only one syllable. It is most commonly studied in the fields of phonology and morphology and it has no semantic content. The word has originated from the Greek language. "Yes", "no", "jump", "buy", "heat", "sure", and "and" are examples of monosyllables. Some of the longest monosyllabic words in the English language, all containing nine letters each, are "screeched," "schlepped," "scratched," "scrounged," "scrunched," "stretched," "straights," and "strengths." (en)
  • Le monosyllabe est le vers d'une syllabe (ou de deux syllabes si la seconde syllabe est muette). Il est rare qu'un poème soit uniquement fait avec des monosyllabes. Le plus souvent, le monosyllabe se trouve en alternance avec un ou des mètres plus longs. Si le monosyllabe ne comporte pas une syllabe muette, c'est également un vers monosyllabique. (fr)
  • Jednozgłoskowiec – wzorzec metryczny, w którym wers składa się tylko z jednej sylaby. Niekiedy wykorzystywany w utworach żartobliwych. Przykładem jest sonet Józefa Jankowskiego Pobudka: W bój!Z czućRzućZdrój!SkujChuć!Budź!Stój,DrwijZ burz,RwijZ zórz,ŻyjTwórz. Na temat jednozgłoskowca pisała Maria Dłuska. (pl)
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  • Der Einsilb(l)er ist in der Verslehre bei silbenzählendem Versprinzip ein Versmaß bzw. Vers nur einer Silbe. Im Kontext antiker Dichtung wird auch die Bezeichnung Monosyllabus verwendet. (de)
  • Un monosílabo es una palabra de una sílaba, como por ejemplo, en español, fe, pie, sol y seis. (es)
  • In linguistics, a monosyllable is a word or utterance of only one syllable. It is most commonly studied in the fields of phonology and morphology and it has no semantic content. The word has originated from the Greek language. "Yes", "no", "jump", "buy", "heat", "sure", and "and" are examples of monosyllables. Some of the longest monosyllabic words in the English language, all containing nine letters each, are "screeched," "schlepped," "scratched," "scrounged," "scrunched," "stretched," "straights," and "strengths." (en)
  • Le monosyllabe est le vers d'une syllabe (ou de deux syllabes si la seconde syllabe est muette). Il est rare qu'un poème soit uniquement fait avec des monosyllabes. Le plus souvent, le monosyllabe se trouve en alternance avec un ou des mètres plus longs. Si le monosyllabe ne comporte pas une syllabe muette, c'est également un vers monosyllabique. (fr)
  • Jednozgłoskowiec – wzorzec metryczny, w którym wers składa się tylko z jednej sylaby. Niekiedy wykorzystywany w utworach żartobliwych. Przykładem jest sonet Józefa Jankowskiego Pobudka: W bój!Z czućRzućZdrój!SkujChuć!Budź!Stój,DrwijZ burz,RwijZ zórz,ŻyjTwórz. Na temat jednozgłoskowca pisała Maria Dłuska. (pl)
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  • Einsilbler (Verslehre) (de)
  • Monosílabo (es)
  • Monosyllabe (fr)
  • Monosyllable (en)
  • Jednozgłoskowiec (pl)
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