cytseiniaid, cytsain, gytseiniaid, gytsain, chytsain, chytseiniaid, nghytsain, nghytseiniaid
Noun(1) a speech sound that is not a vowel(2) a letter of the alphabet standing for a spoken consonant
Adjective(1) involving or characterized by harmony(2) in keeping
(1) The identity of the Son is consonant with the identity of God the Father as the God of Israel.(2) On the other hand, knowing that the first letter is a consonant , although still helpful, merely informs the solver which of the three consonants to put at the beginning of the solution word.(3) To support a science that is ├ö├ç├┐ consonant ├ö├ç├û with religion is not to claim that religion and science are the same thing.(4) There is a misconception here, since Wagner's practice was rather to use such unstable sonorities to enhance the music's eventual arrival at points of tonal clarity and consonant harmonic stability.(5) The prototypical noun may be (though need not be) quite long, stress will fall early in the word, the stressed vowel will be non-front, and the final consonant (if an obstruent) will be voiceless.(6) The remaining 30 words included a silent consonant as the final letter of each word.(7) The work began to display a tendency towards regular rhythmic pulse, consonant intervals and an impertinent use of the then forbidden octave.(8) But the language doesn't have a lot of syllables that crucially have to be written ending in a consonant letter.(9) PET (positron emission tomography) imaging conducted while subjects listened to consonant or dissonant chords showed that different localized brain regions were involved in the emotional reactions.(10) Because the learner has become competent with the short vowels, consonants, and consonant blends, he or she can now concentrate on mastering the long-vowel spelling forms.(11) The witness of the Scriptures is consonant with a view that rejects homosexual practice of any kind, and that marriage between a man and a woman in life-long union remains the only appropriate place for sexual relations.(12) ├ö├ç├┐We're kind of naturally wired into consonant sounds,├ö├ç├û he said.(13) When it is consonant with the covenant identity, then the meal practice also properly enacts and proclaims Jesus' death.(14) It's meant for specialists who can follow all the details about the vowel and consonant changes.(15) Dick doesn't like to fly, and he had no particular desire to go there, and since we had pretty consonant views and I wanted to go to England anyway, we decided to write a joint paper.(16) Even when the editor's observations are not consonant with the latest research (a rarity) they can become new starting points of discussion.
(1) double consonant :: dwbl cytsain
1. accordant ::
2. concordant ::
3. conformable ::
4. agreeable ::
1. inharmonious ::
2. unbalanced ::
Different Formsconsonant, consonantly, consonants
English to Welsh Dictionary: consonant
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