Definition of Phonemic system
1. Noun. The system of phonemes recognized in a language.
Generic synonyms: Language System
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Literary usage of Phonemic system
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1. From Latin to Spanish by Paul M. Lloyd (1987)
"For one thing, scribes were unlikely to record purely phonetic changes that did not affect the phonemic system or which violated the established rules of ..."
2. From Latin to Spanish by Paul M. Lloyd (1987)
"... affect the phonemic system or which violated the established rules of spelling. At the beginning of the voicing of the intervocalic /t/ in the western ..."
3. Teaching Children to Be Literate: A Reflective Approach by Anthony V. Manzo, Ula Casale Manzo (1995)
"The next method is based on a slightly larger definition of vocabulary building. It addresses some of the challenges inherent in the English phonemic system ..."
4. Literary Disorders: Holistic Diagnosis and Remediation by Ula C. Manzo, Anthony V. Manzo (1993)
"It also discussed the "perversity" of the English phonemic system, and how this interacts with the process of learning to decipher words and constructing a ..."
5. Uralic and Altaic Seriesby Indiana University by Indiana University (1799)
"Gustav Hasselbrink, Alternative Analyses of the phonemic system in Central South-Lappish (1965). S4. 50. ..."