Etymology
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phonogram (n.)

1845, "a written symbol or graphic character representing the sound of the human voice," from phono- "sound, voice" + -gram "a writing, recording." From 1879 as "a sound recording produced by a phonograph." Related: Phonogramic.

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Definitions of phonogram

phonogram (n.)
any written symbol standing for a sound or syllable or morpheme or word;
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