Definition of audiphone
: an instrument consisting of a diaphragm or plate that is placed against the teeth and conveys sound vibrations to the inner ear enabling persons with certain types of deafness to hear more or less distinctly
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Origin and Etymology of audiphone
audi- (from Latin audire to hear) + -phone
First Known Use: 1880
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