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See also: aegophonic



ægophonic (not comparable)

  1. Obsolete form of egophonic.
    • 1876, John Syer Bristowe, James H. Hutchinson, A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Medicine, Henry C. Lea; Part II., page 366:
      In support of this view may be mentioned the fact that the ægophonic sound, though apparently clearer, is often distinctly feebler than the normal voice‐resonance to be heard over the healthy lung.