impairment of the ability to produce speech sounds, as because of hoarseness
Origin of dysphoniaModern Latin from Classical Greek dysph?nia from dys-, dys- + ph?n?, voice: see phono-
Difficulty in speaking, usually evidenced by hoarseness.
Origin of dysphoniaNew Latin dys- Greek -phōniā -phony
(countable and uncountable, plural dysphonias)
From Ancient Greek δυσ- (dus, “ill, hard”) + φωνή (phōnē, “sound, voice”).