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).

burmese

English

(Burmese language)

Adjective

(-)
  • Of, from, or pertaining to Burma (or Myanmar), the Burmese people or the Burmese language.
  • Noun

    (Burmese)
  • A person from Myanmar or of Burmese descent.
  • A medium size, short hair domestic cat breed, originating in Thailand.
  • Synonyms

    * Burman

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • The Sino-Tibetan official language of the country Myanmar. Also known as Myanmar (which is the name preferred by the country's current government).
  • The script in which the Myanmar language is written. Also known as Myanmar.
  • See also

    * Language list

    sesquisyllabic

    English

    (Minor syllable)

    Adjective

    (-)
  • 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.