phonemic

phonemic
phonemic [fō nē′mik, fənē′mik]
adj.
1. of, characterized by, or based on phonemes
2. of phonemics
phonemically
adv.
phonemiazation
n.
phonemicize
vt.
phonemicized, phonemicizing

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