aphonia[ā fō′nē ə]
Origin: Modern Latin ; from Classical Greek aphōnia ; from aphōnos, voiceless ; from a-, without plush phōnē, sound, voice ; from phanai, to say: see phono-
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Origin: New Latin aphōnia, from Greek aphōniā, speechlessness, from aphōnos, voiceless : a-, without; see a-1 + phōnē, voice; see bhā-2 in Indo-European roots.
- a·phonˈic adjective
aphonia - Medical Definition
- aphonic adjective