orthoepy differs from orthography by determining how words are spoken, whereas orthography decides how they are spelt.
The following list is from Nares' orthoepy, a work to which the reader is referred.
The orthography is according to Jack's orthoepy, for there are various spellings of the word.
It is so arranged as to teach orthography and orthoepy simultaneously.
Many of the words in most books on orthoepy are very rarely mispronounced, and they serve only to cumber the work.
In matters of orthoepy it is the usual custom to appeal to one of the following standards.
It has a certain crude and primitive grammar, but in point of orthoepy is extremely difficult.
Orthography addresses itself to the eye, orthoepy to the ear.
orthoepy, a word derived from the Greek orthon (upright), and epos (a word), signifies the right utterance of words.
In this case it is opposed to orthoepy, orthography, syntax, and the other parts of grammar.