Diphthongal
Diphthongal Diph*thon"gal (?; 115), a. Relating or belonging to a diphthong; having the nature of a diphthong. -- {Diph*thon"gal*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster]

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  • diphthongal — diph·thon·gal || dɪf θɒŋgl adj. having nature of a diphthong …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diphthongal — diph·thong·al …   English syllables

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