syllabicate |
to divide (a word) into syllables; syllabify. |

syllabify |
to divide (a word) into syllables; syllabicate. |

syllable |
a segment of speech formed with a single uninterrupted pulse of air pressure, usu. consisting of a single vowel or diphthong with or without surrounding consonants. [3 definitions] |

syllabub |
a beverage or dessertlike dish of cream or milk, sweetened and mixed with wine or liquor and sometimes gelatin. |

syllabus |
an outline of the contents of a curriculum, lecture series, text, or the like. |

syllogism |
in logic, a type of deductive reasoning based on a major and a minor premise, whose conclusion must be true if the two premises are true. [2 definitions] |

sylph |
in myth, any of a group of beings that inhabit the air. [2 definitions] |

sylvan |
pertaining to or characteristic of woods or forests. [3 definitions] |

sym- |
together. |

symbiont |
an organism that lives in a symbiotic relationship with another. |

symbiosis |
a close association, usu. a mutually beneficial relationship, between two dissimilar organisms. |

symbol |
something that represents something else, esp. a material sign or object that stands for a complex or abstract concept. [2 definitions] |

symbolic |
of, relating to, or represented by a symbol. [3 definitions] |

symbolic logic |
a modern kind of formal logic employing a system of symbols to represent relationships, quantities, or propositions. |

symbolism |
the practice of expressing things, as in art or literature, by means of symbols. [3 definitions] |

symbolist |
one who uses, studies, or interprets symbols or symbolism. [2 definitions] |

symbolize |
to be a symbol of. [2 definitions] |

symbology |
the study or explanation of symbols or symbolism. [2 definitions] |

symmetric |
variant of "symmetrical." |

symmetrical |
having a form, structure, effect, or parts such that there is an equal and corresponding distribution on each side of a central line or position; having symmetry. |

symmetry |
a state in which parts on opposite sides of a plane, line, or point display the same size, form, or arrangement. [2 definitions] |