devocalized

devocalize (Amer.) v. make toneless; deprive of vowel quality (also devocalise)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • W — not in the Roman alphabet, but the Modern English sound it represents is close to the devocalized consonant expressed by Roman U or V . In Old English, this originally was written uu , but by 8c. began to be expressed by the runic character wyn… …   Etymology dictionary

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