phonographist

phonography

[foh-nog-ruh-fee]
noun, plural phonographies for 2.
1.
phonetic spelling, writing, or shorthand.
2.
a system of phonetic shorthand, as that invented by Sir Isaac Pitman in 1837.

Origin:
1695–1705; phono- + -graphy

phonographer, phonographist, noun
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phonography (fəʊˈnɒɡrəfɪ)
 
n
1.  Compare logography a writing system that represents sounds by individual symbols
2.  the employment of such a writing system
 
pho'nographer
 
n
 
pho'nographist
 
n

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