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1Of a sound or letter: uttered using the vocal cords; voiced.
2Syllabic; capable of forming a syllable, or of constituting the essential element of a syllable.
1A voiced sound or letter.
2A syllabic sound; (now usually) a syllabic consonant, or one that can be either syllabic or non-syllabic.
Early 17th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin sonant-, sonāns, present participle of sonāre to sound.
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