Definition of Phonological system
1. Noun. The system of phones used in a particular language.
Specialized synonyms: Tonal System, Tone System
Generic synonyms: Language System
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Literary usage of Phonological system
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1. From Latin to Spanish by Paul M. Lloyd (1987)
"... THE LATIN LANGUAGE THE phonological system OF LATIN The Vowel System Phonology The vowel system of early Latin, as reflected in the variety of language ..."
2. From Latin to Spanish by Paul M. Lloyd (1987)
"CHAPTER 2 THE LATIN LANGUAGE THE phonological system OF LATIN The Vowel System Phonology The vowel system of early Latin, as reflected in the variety of ..."
3. Read It Again!: Revisiting Shared Reading by Brenda Parkes (2000)
"Graphophonic information draws on two sources of information: the phonological system and the orthographic system. The phonological system is concerned with ..."
4. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain). (1888)
"The latter have preserved to a most remarkable extent a common phonological system, a common structure, a common grammar, and a common stock of words. ..."
5. Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians by Theodore Baker (1919)
"... la musique (Paris, 1812), and phonological system for acquiring extraordinary facility on all musical instruments as well as in singing (London, 1830). ..."
6. A Reference Grammar of Classical Tamil Poetry by V. S. Rajam (1992)
"... GENERAL: Classical Tamil reflects a phonological system that contains significant contrasts absent in many non-Indic languages. ..."
7. A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary: For the Use of Studentsby John R. Clark Hall by John R. Clark Hall (1894)
"Then again, lest the student should suffer from the words not being arranged on a uniform and consistent phonological system, I have given him frequent ..."