phonism


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phonism

 [fo´nizm]
a sensation of hearing produced by the effect of something seen, felt, tasted, smelled, or thought of.
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phonism

(fo'nizm) [? + -ismos, condition]
An auditory sensation occurring when another sense is stimulated.
See: synesthesia
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