Definition of Phonologies
1. phonology [n] - See also: phonology
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phonologies
Literary usage of Phonologies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia (1856)
"The Achean, the ancient Mai ay u and other mixed phonologies possessing a considerable degree of harshness, were thus formed. In an era subsequent to the ..."
2. A Middle English Reader by Oliver Farrar Emerson (1915)
"Differences due to the different phonologies of the dialects have been sufficiently exemplified in the part on Phonology. ..."
3. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain). (1887)
"A compromise became forcibly the natural outlet of the contending phonologies in the languages of the intermingled populations. ..."
4. The Journal of the Polynesian Society by Polynesian Society (N.Z.) (1896)
"In re the phonologies, ideologies, and glossaries, of the languages of East Africa, Asia, and Australasia, as far as then known, his work was marvellous. ..."
5. Report of the Annual Meeting (1891)
"At the time when this description was written, I had formed no opinion as to the origin of these contrasted phonologies. I am. now inclined to believe that ..."
6. The Origin and History of the English Language: And of the Early Literature by George Perkins Marsh (1892)
"... or a very closely analogous, sound in a language already known to the student; but in our inquiries into extinct phonologies we have no such guide, ..."