phono..., Phono...
phono..., Phono..., vor Selbstlauten meist: phon..., Phon... [zu gr. ϕωνή = Laut; Ton; Stimme]:
Bestimmungswort von Zusammensetzungen mit der Bedeutung „Schall, Laut; Ton; Stimme“; z. B. : Phonometer, Phonasthenie

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