1. a combination or set of one or more units of sound in a language that must consist of a sonorous element (a sonant or vowel) and may or may not contain less sonorous elements (consonants or semivowels) flanking it on either or both sides.
2. (in the writing systems of certain languages, especially ancient ones) a symbol or set of symbols standing for a syllable
3. the least mention in speech or print
4. to pronounce syllables of (a text); articulate5. (trans.) to write down in syllables
Unable to syllable
If not in a song