phonogram

[n] - any written symbol standing for a sound or syllable or morpheme or word
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Phonogram

Pho'no·gram noun [ Phono- + -gram .] 1. A letter, character, or mark used to represent a particular sound. « Phonograms are of three kinds: (1) Verbal signs, which stand for entire words; (2) Syllabic signs, which stand for the articulations of which words are compos...
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phonogram

1. A letter, character, or mark used to represent a particular sound. 'Phonograms are of three kinds: (1) Verbal signs, which stand for entire words; (2) Syllabic signs, which stand for the articulations of which words are composed; (3) Alphabetic signs, or letters, which represent the elementary sounds into which the syllable can be resolved.' (I....
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phonogram

noun any written symbol standing for a sound or syllable or morpheme or word
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phonogram

(fo´no-gram) a graphic record of a sound.
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Phonogram

• (n.) A record of sounds made by a phonograph. • (n.) A letter, character, or mark used to represent a particular sound.
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phonogram

(from the article `hieroglyphic writing`) ...has two basic features: first, representable objects are portrayed as pictures (ideograms) and, second, the picture signs are given the phonetic ...
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phonogram

phonogram, phonogramic 1. A graphic curve depicting the duration and intensity of a sound. 2. A written character or symbol representing a spoken sound; as in shorthand. 3.The tracing produced by a phonoautograph.4. A telegram that the sender dictates over the telephone.
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phonogram

Type: Term Pronunciation: fō′nō-gram Definitions: 1. A graphic curve depicting the duration and intensity of a sound.
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Phonogram

[linguistics] A phonogram is a grapheme (written character) which represents a phoneme (speech sound) or combination of phonemes, such as the letters of the Latin alphabet or the Japanese kana. For example, `igh` is an English-language phonogram that represents the hard `I` sound in `high.` Whereas the word phonics refers to the sounds, the...
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Phonogram

A written symbol that indicates a spoken sound. Students should not confuse this term with a gramoph
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phonogram

any written symbol standing for a sound or syllable or morpheme or word
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