xenophonia

xenophonia

 [zen″o-fo´ne-ah]
alteration in the quality of the voice.
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xen·o·pho·ni·a

(zen'ō-fō'nē-ă),
A speech defect marked by an alteration in accent and intonation.
[xeno- + G. phōnē, voice]
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xenophonia

(zen″ŏ-fōn′ē-ă, zēn″) [ xeno- + phono- + -ia]
Alteration in accent and intonation of a person's voice resulting from a speech defect.
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