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phonogram
phonogramic
phonograph
phonograph album
phonograph needle
phonograph record
phonograph recording
phonograph recording disk
phonographer
phonographic
Phonographical
phonographically
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Phonolite
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phonologically
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phonography definitions

Merriam Webster's

noun Date: 1701 1. spelling based on pronunciation 2. a system of shorthand writing based on sound

Oxford Reference Dictionary

n. 1 writing in esp. shorthand symbols, corresponding to the sounds of speech. 2 the recording of sounds by phonograph. Derivatives: phonographic adj.

Webster's 1913 Dictionary

Phonography Pho*nog"ra*phy, n. [Phono- + -graphy.] 1. A description of the laws of the human voice, or sounds uttered by the organs of speech. 2. A representation of sounds by distinctive characters; commonly, a system of shorthand writing invented by Isaac Pitman, or a modification of his system, much used by reporters. Note: The consonants are represented by straight lines and curves; the vowels by dots and short dashes; but by skilled phonographers, in rapid work, most vowel marks are omitted, and brief symbols for common words and combinations of words are extensively employed. The following line is an example of phonography, in which all the sounds are indicated:




 


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