laryngophony etymology

English word laryngophony comes from English -phony (Forms nouns related to sound or musical structure.), English laryngo- (Of the throat or larynx.)

Detailed word origin of laryngophony

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-phony English (eng) Forms nouns related to sound or musical structure.
laryngo- English (eng) Of the throat or larynx.
laryngophony English (eng) The sound of the voice as heard through a stethoscope placed upon the larynx.

Words with the same origin as laryngophony

Descendants of -phony
Anglophony anthrophonic anthrophony autophony biophonic biophony bronchophony echophony egophony euphonic euphonious euphony geophonic holophony homophony micropolyphonic nonpolyphonic orthophony photophony pleophony polyphonic polyphonically polyphony stereophony
Descendants of laryngo-
chondrolaryngoplasty laryngocele laryngofissure laryngograph laryngographic laryngologic laryngology laryngomalacia laryngoparalysis laryngopharynx laryngoplasty laryngoplegia laryngorrhoea laryngoscopy laryngospasm laryngospastic laryngostroboscope laryngotome laryngotracheal laryngotracheobronchitis laryngotracheobronchopneumonitis laryngotracheotomy otorhinolaryngologist otorhinolaryngology