Syllabics

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Syllabics may refer to:

  • Canadian Aboriginal syllabics, a writing system for Inuit and Cree
  • Abugida, a writing system in which consonant graphemes are inherently associated with a default vowel
  • Syllabic verse, a poetic form having a fixed number of syllables per line or stanza

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