ETYM Latin encliticus, Greek egklitikos, from egklinein to incline; en in + klinein to bend. Related to In, and Lean.
A word which is joined to another so closely as to lose its proper accent, as the pronoun 'thee' in 'prithee' (pray thee).
Dependent, especially of word or particle attached to preceding word in pronunciation.
Nenaglašen; up. enkllitika.