phonogram

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Etymology[edit]

phono- +‎ -gram

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Noun[edit]

phonogram (plural phonograms)

  1. (linguistics) A character or symbol (grapheme) that represents a sound, as opposed to logograms and determinatives.
  2. (law) An audio recording, regardless of physical format.

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