A letter, character, or mark used to represent a particular sound.
A record of sounds made by a phonograph.
(a) Graphic character representing sound(s). (b) In particular, a pictogram representing not the meaning of its object but the sound of its name in a particular language. Examples: pictograms of Egyptian hieroglyphs when used to represent phonetic values, e.g. ¨ (a seat) for p, the initial sound of the word for `seat'.
A written sign which represents a sound
A sign that records a sound.
a sound recording on a respective carrier (magnetic film or magnetic disk, gramophone record, laser disk, etc) of any performance or other sounds, except for sounds in the form of recording, which are a part of audiovisual work
A letter-sound combination that includes more than one grapheme or phoneme. Examples of common phonograms are ole (in hole, mole, role) and ake (as in make, bake, lake). Another term sometimes used for phonograms is word family.
As used in this lesson, usually a vowel followed by a consonant sound; can be an entire syllable or part of a syllable. Examples: ab, ing, ed.
any written symbol standing for a sound or syllable or morpheme or word
a letter or set of letters used to represent one or more of these sounds
a picture that stands not for its image, but for a sound or set of sounds
a signs that stands for a syllable, in general a two or three letter combination
a single letter (like /a/) or fixed combination of letters (such as ch or th) that symbolizes the sounds of speech
a single letter or a combination of letters that represents a single sound
a word part that contains a group of letters that are often found together (ight, ell, ought, ook, oop, ump, uss)
A character or symbol used in lieu of a word. The famous @ sign is a phonogram.
Often called word families, phonograms end in high-frequency rimes that require only a beginning consonant sound to make a word.
a symbol or picture which represents the sound of a word
Also referred to as rime or word family. All the sounds (after the onset) from the vowel to the end of the word.
A graphic character or symbol that may represent a phonetic sound, phoneme, or word; in word recognition, a graphic sequence composed of a vowel grapheme and an ending consonant grapheme, such as -ed in red, bed, fed.
A phonogram is a group of letters which share the same letter combination associated with a sound, such as rhyming words.