Phonotypy

Definition of Phonotypy

Pho`not´y`py
n.1.A method of phonetic printing of the English language, as devised by Mr. Pitman, in which nearly all the ordinary letters and many new forms are employed in order to indicate each elementary sound by a separate character.
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