Motographic
Motograph Mo"to*graph, n. [L. movere, motum, to move + -graph.] (Elec.) A device utilized in the making of a loud-speaking telephone, depending on the fact that the friction between a metallic point and a moving cylinder of moistened chalk, or a moving slip of paper, on which it rests is diminished by the passage of a current between the point and the moving surface. [obsolescent] -- {Mo`to*graph"ic}, a. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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