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phonology (n.)

"the science of the sounds uttered by the human voice or used in a particular language, phonetics; that part of grammar which treats of pronunciation; the system of sounds and of their combinations in a language," 1799, from phono- + -logy. Related: Phonologist; phonologic.

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Definitions of phonology

phonology (n.)
the study of the sound system of a given language and the analysis and classification of its phonemes;
Synonyms: phonemics
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