- n. A kind of organ pipe.
- n. A sound signal which produces sound by means of a slotted piston moved back and forth by compressed air.
- n. linguistics A particular dialectal variant of a phoneme.
- n. All the dialectal variants of a phoneme, considered as a whole.
- n. a foghorn that makes a signal consisting of two tones
- Dia(lect) + phone (Wiktionary)
““Delia Hopkins,” by another name, could be diaphone silk, akin polished, oedipal knish.”
“Delia Hopkins," by another name, could be diaphone silk, akin polished, oedipal knish.”
“The 32-foot open diaphone is located behind the picture screen.”
“Like the lighthouse keeper who could not sleep when the diaphone did not wrneeee-hrnawwww for five seconds of each and every minute, Jerry”
“The DRLPS has received a matching fund grant to rehabilitate the DeTour Reef Light's original diaphone foghorn system, to its 1931 configuration.”
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A sound garden.
I sound my barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world. --Walt Whitman
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