At 08:56 AM 2/25/00 -0500, Bill Fisher wrote:
> konstantina stamou wrote: Dear All, I am trying to find a syllable
>dictionary on the web but my efforts have been fruitless so far. Do you
>happen to know if such a thing exists, first of all, and if it does could
>you possibly help me to locate it?I would like to thank you in advance.
> In English at least, the set of syllables is practically the same as the
> ignoring accidental gaps, so you could get
>one of the regular pronunciation dictionaries, such as CMU's,
>(http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/cgi-bin/pronounce) and filter
>out all polysyllabic items. - Bill F.
And the English Pronouncing Dictionary available for institutional sales
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