[puh-rok-si-tohn] /pəˈrɒk sɪˌtoʊn/ Classical Greek Grammar
having an acute accent on the next to the last syllable.
a paroxytone word.
(in the classical Greek language) of, relating to, or denoting words having an acute accent on the next to last syllable
a paroxytone word
[pahr-puh n] /ˈpɑr pən/ noun 1. 1 .
/ˈpɑːpənd/ noun 1. other names for perpend1
[pahr-key] /pɑrˈkeɪ/ noun 1. a floor composed of short strips or blocks of wood forming a pattern, sometimes with inlays of other woods or other materials. 2. the part of the main floor of a theater, opera house, etc., that is between the musicians’ area and the parterre or rear division or, especially in the […]
noun 1. (def 1). noun 1. (US) the seating area of the main floor of a theatre that lies to the rear of the auditorium and underneath the balcony Also called parterre