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Actinophone
Actinophone Ac*tin"o*phone, n. [Gr. ?, ?, ray + ? voice.] (Physics) An apparatus for the production of sound by the action of the actinic, or ultraviolet, rays.
Aerophone
Aerophone A"["e]r*o*phone`, n. [A["e]ro- + Gr. ? voice.] (a) A form of combined speaking and ear trumpet. (b) An instrument, proposed by Edison, for greatly intensifying speech. It consists of a phonograph diaphragm so arranged that its action opens and closes valves, producing synchronous air blasts sufficient to operate a larger diaphragm with greater amplitude of vibration.
Antiphone
Antiphone An"ti*phone, n. (Mus.) The response which one side of the choir makes to the other in a chant; alternate chanting or signing.
Antiphoner
Antiphoner An*tiph"o*ner, n. [F. antiphonaire. See Antiphon.] A book of antiphons. --Chaucer.
Audiphone
Audiphone Au"di*phone, n. [L. audire to hear + Gr. ? sound.] An instrument which, placed against the teeth, conveys sound to the auditory nerve and enables the deaf to hear more or less distinctly; a dentiphone.
Auxetophone
Auxetophone Aux*e"to*phone, n. [Gr. ? that may be increased + ? sound, voice.] A pneumatic reproducer for a phonograph, controlled by the recording stylus on the principle of the relay. It produces much clearer and louder tones than does the ordinary vibrating disk reproducer.
Biophotophone
Biophotophone Bi`o*pho"to*phone, n. [Gr. bi`os life + photo + fwnh` sound, voice.] An instrument combining a cinematograph and a phonograph so that the moving figures on the screen are accompanied by the appropriate sounds.
Dentiphone
Dentiphone Den"ti*phone, n. [L. dens, dentis, tooth + Gr. ? sound.] An instrument which, placed against the teeth, conveys sound to the auditory nerve; an audiphone. --Knight.
Dictaphone
Dictaphone Dic"ta*phone, n. [Dictate + -phone, as in telephone.] A form of phonographic recorder and reproducer adapted for use in dictation, as in business.
Ecphonema
Ecphonema Ec`pho*ne"ma, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? a thing called out, fr. ? to cry out; ? out + ? voice.] (Rhet.) A breaking out with some interjectional particle.
Ecphoneme
Ecphoneme Ec"pho*neme, n. [See Ecphonema.] A mark (!) used to indicate an exclamation. --G. Brown.
Ecphonesis
Ecphonesis Ec`pho*ne"sis, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ?. See Ecphonema.] (Rhet.) An animated or passionate exclamation. The feelings by the ecphonesis are very various. --Gibbs.
Electrophone
Electrophone E*lec"tro*phone, n. [Electro- + Gr. ? sound.] (Physics) An instrument for producing sound by means of electric currents.
Epiphoneme
Epiphoneme E*piph"o*neme, n. Epiphonema. [R.]
Gramophone
Gramophone Gram"o*phone, n. [Gr. ? a thing drawn or written (fr. ? write) + -phone, as in telephone.] An instrument for recording, preserving, and reproducing sounds, the record being a tracing of a phonautograph etched in some solid material. Reproduction is accomplished by means of a system attached to an elastic diaphragm.
Graphophone
Graphophone Graph"o*phone, n. [Gr. ? to write + -phone, as in telephone.] A kind of photograph.
Homophone
Homophone Hom"o*phone, n. [Cf. F. homophone. See Homophonous.] 1. A letter or character which expresses a like sound with another. --Gliddon. 2. A word having the same sound as another, but differing from it in meaning and usually in spelling; as, all and awl; bare and bear; rite, write, right, and wright.
Kaleidophone
Kaleidophon Ka*lei"do*phon, Kaleidophone Ka*lei"do*phone, [Gr. ? beautiful + ? appearance, form + ? sound.] (Physics.) An instrument invented by Professor Wheatstone, consisting of a reflecting knob at the end of a vibrating rod or thin plate, for making visible, in the motion of a point of light reflected from the knob, the paths or curves corresponding with the musical notes produced by the vibrations.
Kinetophone
Kinetophone Ki*ne"to*phone, n. [See Kinetic, Phone.] A machine combining a kinetoscope and a phonograph synchronized so as to reproduce a scene and its accompanying sounds.
Megaphone
Megaphone Meg"a*phone, n. [Mega- + Gr. ? voice.] A device to magnify sound, or direct it in a given direction in a greater volume, as a very large funnel used as an ear trumpet or as a speaking trumpet.
Metallophone
Metallophone Me*tal"lo*phone, n. [L. metallum metal + Gr. ? sound.] (Music) (a) An instrument like a pianoforte, but having metal bars instead of strings. (b) An instrument like the xylophone, but having metallic instead of wooden bars.
Microphone
Microphone Mi"cro*phone, n. [Micro- + Gr. ? sound, voice: cf. F. microphone.] (Physics) An instrument for intensifying and making audible very feeble sounds. It produces its effects by the changes of intensity in an electric current, occasioned by the variations in the contact resistance of conducting bodies, especially of imperfect conductors, under the action of acoustic vibrations.
Osteophone
Osteophone Os"te*o*phone, n. [Gr. ? bone + ? voice.] An instrument for transmission of auditory vibrations through the bones of the head, so as to be appreciated as sounds by persons deaf from causes other than those affecting the nervous apparatus of hearing.
Phoneidoscope
Phoneidoscope Pho*nei"do*scope, n. [Phono- + Gr. ? form + -scope.] (Physics) An instrument for studying the motions of sounding bodies by optical means. It consists of a tube across the end of which is stretched a film of soap solution thin enough to give colored bands, the form and position of which are affected by sonorous vibrations.
Phonetically
Phonetically Pho*net"ic*al*ly, adv. In a phonetic manner.
Phonetician
Phonetician Pho`ne*ti"cian, n. One versed in phonetics; a phonetist.
Phonetics
Phonetics Pho*net"ics, n. 1. The doctrine or science of sounds; especially those of the human voice; phonology. 2. The art of representing vocal sounds by signs and written characters.
Phonetism
Phonetism Pho"ne*tism, n. The science which treats of vocal sounds. --J. Peile.
Phonetist
Phonetist Pho"ne*tist, n. 1. One versed in phonetics; a phonologist. 2. One who advocates a phonetic spelling.
Phonetization
Phonetization Pho`ne*ti*za"tion, n. The act, art, or process of representing sounds by phonetic signs.

Meaning of Phone from wikipedia

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