Diaphoneme

In linguistics, a diaphoneme or diaphone is an abstract phonological unit that identifies a correspondence between related sounds of two or more varieties. For example, the vowel that constitutes the English word eye /aɪ/ is pronounced differently depending on dialect ([aɪ̯] or [ʌɪ̯] in RP and General American, [ae̯] or [əi̯] in Scottish ...
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diaphoneme

diaphoneme, diaphonous A category or a member of a category consisting of the entire range of dialectal variants of an allophone.
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