noun so·no·vox \ˈsōnəˌväks\

Definition of sonovox



  1. :  a device that transmits to the larynx recorded human or nonhuman sound whose vibrations substitute prosthetically or for unusual effect for those of the vocal cords

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Origin and Etymology of sonovox

son- + Latin vox voice — more at voice

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