phonogram definition

  • noun:
    • A character or logo, as in a phonetic alphabet, representing a word or phoneme in speech.
    • A group of letters which share the same letter combo connected with a sound, eg rhyming terms.
    • A letter, personality, or level regularly express a particular noise.
    • accurate documentation of sounds created by a phonograph.
    • A graphic personality representing a sound associated with the human voice.
    • The record of noise made by a phonograph, and/or sheet of tin-foil or cylinder of wax by which its produced.
    • any written symbol standing for an audio or syllable or morpheme or word

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