[ dis-foh-nee-uh ]
/ dɪsˈfoʊ ni ə /
any disturbance of normal vocal function.
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Origin of dysphonia
OTHER WORDS FROM dysphoniadys·phon·ic [dis-fon-ik] /dɪsˈfɒn ɪk/, adjective
Words nearby dysphonia
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British Dictionary definitions for dysphonic
/ (dɪsˈfəʊnɪə) /
any impairment in the ability to speak normally, as from spasm or strain of the vocal cords
Derived forms of dysphoniadysphonic (dɪsˈfɒnɪk), adjective
Word Origin for dysphonia
C18: New Latin, from Greek: harshness of sound, from dys- + -phōnia -phony
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Medical definitions for dysphonic
[ dĭs-fō′nē-ə ]
Difficulty in speaking, usually evidenced by hoarseness.
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