voice
The sound made by vibration of the vocal folds caused by air passing out through the larynx and upper respiratory tract, the vocal folds being approximated. SYN: vox. [L. vox]
- amphoric v. a v. sound having a hollow, blowing character, heard over a pulmonary cavity when the patient speaks or whispers. SYN: amphorophony.
- cavernous v. the hollow or metallic v. sound heard over a pulmonary cavity.
- epigastric v. the delusion of a v. proceeding from the epigastrium.
- eunuchoid v. high-pitched v. in the adult male resembling the v. of a young boy; usually functional in origin.
- myxedema v. the forced, rough, raucous v. of subjects of myxedema, probably due to myxedematous thickening of the vocal folds.

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voice 'vȯis n
1) sound produced by vertebrates by means of lungs, larynx, or syrinx esp sound so produced by human beings
2) the faculty of utterance: SPEECH
voice vt, voiced; voic·ing

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(vois) [L. vox voice] a sound produced by the larynx and modified by the vocal cords and other structures in the pharynx and oral cavity.

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  • Voice — Voice, n. [OE. vois, voys, OF. vois, voiz, F. voix, L. vox, vocis, akin to Gr. ? a word, ? a voice, Skr. vac to say, to speak, G. erw[ a]hnen to mention. Cf. {Advocate}, {Advowson}, {Avouch}, {Convoke}, {Epic}, {Vocal}, {Vouch}, {Vowel}.] 1.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • voice — [vois] n. [ME < OFr vois < L vox (gen. vocis), a voice < IE base * wekw , to speak > Sans vákti, (he) speaks, Gr ossa, ōps, voice, OE woma, noise] 1. sound made through the mouth, esp. by human beings in talking, singing, etc. 2. the… …   English World dictionary

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  • Voice — Voice, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Voiced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Voicing}.] 1. To give utterance or expression to; to utter; to publish; to announce; to divulge; as, to voice the sentiments of the nation. Rather assume thy right in silence and . . . then… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • voice — (n.) late 13c., sound made by the human mouth, from O.Fr. voiz, from L. vocem (nom. vox) voice, sound, utterance, cry, call, speech, sentence, language, word, related to vocare to call, from PIE root *wekw give vocal utterance, speak (Cf. Skt.… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Voice —   [englisch, vɔɪs], Stimme …   Universal-Lexikon

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