Re: Anthropophony redux
Fri Jun 27, 2014 3:50 pm ((PDT))
The geek in me came forth and I looked in several online dictionaries.
The partial noun "anthropo-" is defined as a prefix mesning "pertaining to
man" (or mankind), and "-phony" is a dictionary defined suffix indicating a
type of sound. These partials can be combined to produce the noun
"anthropophony", so it has the blessing of dictionary definitions as "human
This would appear to include sounds ranging from church choirs to
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