glos


glos
glos·si·ly;
glos·si·na;
glos·si·ness;
glos·sin·i·dae;
glos·si·pho·nia;
glos·si·pho·ni·idae;
glos·si·tis;
glos·sog·ra·pher;
glos·sog·ra·phy;
glos·so·hy·al;
glos·soid;
glos·so·kinesthetic;
glos·so·la·lia;
glos·so·log·i·cal;
glos·sol·o·gist;
glos·sol·o·gy;
glos·so·palatine;
glos·so·pal·a·ti·nus;
glos·sop·a·thy;
glos·so·pet·ra;
glos·soph·a·ga;
glos·soph·a·gine;
glos·so·pharyngeal;
glos·soph·o·ra;
glos·so·pode;
glos·so·po·di·um;
glos·sop·ter·is;
glos·so·py·ro·sis;
glos·so·the·ri·um;
gym·no·glos·sa;
hip·po·glos·sus;
hyo·glos·sus;
hy·po·glos·sal;
hy·po·glos·sus;
id·io·glos·sia;
mac·ro·glos·sia;
odon·to·glos·sum;
ophio·glos·sa·ce·ae;
ophio·glos·sa·les;
ophio·glos·sum;
opis·tho·glos·sa;
os·te·o·glos·si·dae;
os·te·o·glos·soi·dea;
os·te·o·glos·sum;
pal·a·to·glos·sus;
para·glos·sia;
phan·er·o·glos·sa;
pha·ryn·go·glos·sus;
pro·rhip·i·do·glos·so·mor·pha;
pteno·glos·sa;
ra·chi·glos·sa;
rhip·i·do·glos·sa;
rhip·to·glos·sa;
saco·glos·sa;
sal·pi·glos·sis;
steno·glos·sa;
steno·glos·sate;
sty·lo·glos·sus;
tachy·glos·sal;
tachy·glos·si·dae;
tachy·glos·sus;
tae·nio·glos·sa;
tox·i·glos·sa;
tox·o·glos·sa;
xeno·glos·sy;
za·glos·sus;
het·ero·glos·sia;
cer·a·to·glos·sal;
di·glos·sia;
dis·co·glos·sid;
glos·si·pho·ni·id;
os·te·o·glos·sid;
tachy·glos·sid;
di·glos·sic;
dis·co·glos·soid;
doc·o·glos·san;
doc·o·glos·sate;
er·i·glos·sate;
glos·se·mic;
gym·no·glos·sate;
ophio·glos·sa·ceous;
opis·tho·glos·sal;
opis·tho·glos·sate;
phan·er·o·glos·sal;
phan·er·o·glos·sate;
pteno·glos·sate;
ra·chi·glos·sate;
rhip·i·do·glos·sal;
rhip·i·do·glos·sate;
tachy·glos·sate;
tae·nio·glos·sate;
tox·o·glos·sate;

English syllables. 2014.

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