phoneticization

phoneticization

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phoneticisation

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phonetization

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phonetisation

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1. (Phonetics & Phonology) the representation of speech in writing using a system in which individual symbols reflect speech sounds in a regular manner
2. (Phonetics & Phonology) the increase of representing written language using symbols or letters that reflect more directly or in a more regular manner the sounds of the spoken language
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Put differently, phoneticization here depends on the designation of an object via the marking of the trait.
Those songs with Gaelic texts have a quasi phoneticization on the line below the text line.
(8) Na'vi is a phoneticization of the Hebrew word for "prophet."
Two crucial points are 1) that errors are visible to us only at the stage of production, represented by tablets, and tablets that serve as media of transmission, storage, or reproduction are indistinguishable on the basis of error analysis alone; 2) that phoneticization would have accompanied even a purely textual process of transmission; that is, in order to learn and reproduce graphic signs one must sound them out, so that Hittite scribes (for example) would necessarily have phoneticized Sumerograms and Akkadograms in the process of learning and teaching them.