Synalepha



noun
1.
the blending of two successive vowels into one, especially the coalescence of a vowel at the end of one word with a vowel at the beginning of the next.
noun
1.
(linguistics) vowel elision, esp as it arises when one word ends in a vowel and the following word begins with one

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