noun, verb (used with or without object), phoned, phoning.
short for telephone
(phonetics) a single uncomplicated speech sound
1884, shortening of telephone (n.). Phone book first recorded 1925; phone booth 1927; phone bill 1901.
“elementary sound of a spoken language,” 1866, from Greek phone (see fame (n.)).
1884, from phone (n.). Related: Phoned; phoning.
flip phone, hold the phone
[foh-noh] /ˈfoʊ noʊ/ noun, plural phonos. Informal. 1. . 1. a combining form meaning “sound,” “voice,” used in the formation of compound words: phonology. combining form 1. indicating a sound or voice: phonograph, phonology word-forming element meaning “sound, voice,” from Greek phono-, comb. form of phone “voice, sound” (see fame (n.)). phono- or phon- pref. […]
phonoangiography pho·no·an·gi·og·ra·phy (fō’nō-ān’jē-ŏg’rə-fē) n. The recording and analysis of the frequency-intensity components of the bruit of turbulent arterial blood flow that are audible through an atherosclerotic stenotic lesion.
[foh-nuh-kahr-dee-uh-gram] /ˌfoʊ nəˈkɑr di əˌgræm/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. the graphic record produced by a phonocardiograph.
[foh-nuh-kahr-dee-uh-graf, -grahf] /ˌfoʊ nəˈkɑr di əˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. an instrument for graphically recording the sound of the heartbeat. phonocardiograph pho·no·car·di·o·graph (fō’nə-kär’dē-ə-grāf’) n. A device consisting of microphones and recording equipment used to monitor and record heart sounds and murmurs. pho’no·car’di·og’ra·phy (-ŏg’rə-fē) n.