sesquisyllabic

Burmese vs Sesquisyllabic - What's the difference?

burmese | sesquisyllabic |


As adjectives the difference between burmese and sesquisyllabic

is that burmese is of, from, or pertaining to burma (or myanmar), the burmese people or the burmese language while sesquisyllabic is describing a word that consists of a minor (reduced) syllable plus a full syllable, or a language such as cambodian or burmese that is characterized by such words.

As a noun burmese

is a person from myanmar or of burmese descent.

As a proper noun burmese

is the sino-tibetan official language of the country myanmar also known as myanmar (which is the name preferred by the country's current government).

Cambodian vs Sesquisyllabic - What's the difference?

cambodian | sesquisyllabic |


As adjectives the difference between cambodian and sesquisyllabic

is that cambodian is of, from, or pertaining to cambodia, the cambodian people, or the khmer language while sesquisyllabic is describing a word that consists of a minor (reduced) syllable plus a full syllable, or a language such as cambodian or burmese that is characterized by such words.

As a noun cambodian

is a person from cambodia or of cambodian descent.

As a proper noun cambodian

is the language of the cambodian people.