phonasthenia

phonasthenia

[foh-nas-thee-nee-uh]
noun Medicine/Medical.
difficult or abnormal voice production; vocal weakness.

Origin:
phon- + asthenia

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phonasthenia pho·nas·the·ni·a (fō'nās-thē'nē-ə)
n.
Difficult or abnormal voice production characterized by enunciation that is too high, too loud, or too hard.

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