Ponograph definition, an instrument for graphically recording pain or muscular fatigue. See more.
Definition of phonograph. : an instrument for reproducing sounds by means of the vibration of a stylus or needle following a spiral groove on a revolving disc or cylinder.
Phonograph definition, any sound-reproducing machine using records in the form of cylinders or discs. See more.
phonograph - machine in which rotating records cause a stylus to vibrate and the vibrations are amplified acoustically or electronically record player audio system , sound system - a system of electronic equipment for recording or reproducing sound
Phonograph (noun) an instrument for the mechanical registration and reproduction of audible sounds, as articulate speech, etc. It consists of a rotating cylinder or disk covered with some material easily indented, as tinfoil, wax, paraffin, etc., above which is a thin plate carrying a stylus.
A phonograph, in its later forms also called a gramophone (as a trademark since 1887, as a generic name in the UK since 1910) or since the 1940s called a record player, is a device for the mechanical and analogue recording and reproduction of sound.
Alt. Meaning. P is for patience, the best of you! O is for openness, it's refreshing! N is for natural, the genuine side of you. O is for original, one of a kind! G is for genial, a pleasing personality. R is for recreation, time to take some! P is for passion, your fire! H is for honor, your most valuable possession.
pho·nog·ra·phy. (fə-nŏg′rə-fē, fō-) n. 1. The science or practice of transcribing speech by means of symbols representing elements of sound; phonetic transcription. 2. A system of shorthand based on phonetic transcription. pho·nog′ra·pher, pho·nog′ra·phistn.