Phonography

Definition of Phonography

Pho`nog´ra`phy
n.1.A description of the laws of the human voice, or sounds uttered by the organs of speech.
2.A representation of sounds by distinctive characters; commonly, a system of shorthand writing invented by Isaac Pitman, or a modification of his system, much used by reporters.
They also serve who only stand and wait.
- Milton.
3.The art of constructing, or using, the phonograph.
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