orthoepist

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See also: orthoëpist

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From orthoepy +‎ -ist.

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orthoepist (plural orthoepists)

  1. An expert at orthoepy: a person who studies the pronunciation of words, especially (historical) one of the orthoepists, 16th- and 17th-century linguists who tried to establish standard English pronunciations and spellings.

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