Phonotype
Phonotype Pho"no*type, n. [Phono- + -type.] A type or character used in phonotypy. [1913 Webster]

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  • phonotype — [fō′nə tīp΄] n. [ PHONO + TYPE] a phonetic symbol or character, as used in printing …   English World dictionary

  • phonotype —   n. printing type of phonetic alphabet; a character of phonotype.    ♦ phonotypic, a.    ♦ phonotypy, n. transcription into phonetic spelling advocated for ordinary use …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • phonotype — phonotypic /foh neuh tip ik/, phonotypical, adj. phonotypically, adv. /foh neuh tuyp /, n. Print. a piece of type bearing a phonetic character or symbol. [1835 45; PHONO + TYPE] * * * …   Universalium

  • phonotype — pho•no•type [[t]ˈfoʊ nəˌtaɪp[/t]] n. pri a piece of type bearing a phonetic character or symbol • Etymology: 1835–45 pho no•typ′ic ˈtɪp ɪk pho no•typ′i•cal, adj. pho no•typ′i•cal•ly, adv …   From formal English to slang

  • phonotype — /ˈfoʊnətaɪp/ (say fohnuhtuyp) noun 1. a type bearing a phonetic character or symbol. 2. phonetic type or print …   Australian English dictionary

  • phonotype — phonotypic /foh neuh tip ik/, phonotypical, adj. phonotypically, adv. /foh neuh tuyp /, n. Print. a piece of type bearing a phonetic character or symbol. [1835 45; PHONO + TYPE] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • phonotypic — See phonotype. * * * …   Universalium

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