pleophony etymology

English word pleophony comes from English -phony (Forms nouns related to sound or musical structure.), English pleo- (Supernumerary; many.)

Detailed word origin of pleophony

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-phony English (eng) Forms nouns related to sound or musical structure.
pleo- English (eng) Supernumerary; many.
pleophony English (eng) (phonology) The phenomenon by which the Late Proto-Slavic "liquid diphthongs", formed from a vowel followed by a liquid *r or *l, become disyllabic -oro-, -ere- and -olo- reflexes in East Slavic languages.

Words with the same origin as pleophony

Descendants of -phony
Anglophony anthrophonic anthrophony autophony biophonic biophony bronchophony echophony egophony euphonic euphonious euphony geophonic holophony homophony laryngophony micropolyphonic nonpolyphonic orthophony photophony polyphonic polyphonically polyphony stereophony
Descendants of pleo-
pleocellular pleomorphism