History of the Spanish language - Internal history - Syncope

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Syncope Syncope in the history of Spanish refers to the loss of an unstressed vowel from the syllable immediately preceding or following the stressed syllable. Early in its history, Spanish lost such vowels where they preceded or followed R or L, and between S and T.

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