Proclitic vs Proclitically - What's the difference?

proclitic | proclitically |


As a noun proclitic

is (linguistics) a clitic which phonetically joins with the following word in english, the dialectal form t' is an example in arabic, conjunctions and prepositions that have only one letter, such as , always attach as a prefix to the following word.

As an adverb proclitically is

in a proclitic way.

proclitic

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (linguistics) A clitic which phonetically joins with the following word. In English, the dialectal form t' is an example. In Arabic, conjunctions and prepositions that have only one letter, such as , always attach as a prefix to the following word.
  • See also

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    proclitically

    English

    Adverb

    (-)
  • In a proclitic way.