- son|o|graph
**son|o|graph**«SON uh graf, -grahf»,__noun.__**1.****a)**a device for producing a graphic representation of sounds.**b)**the representation, usually in the form of phonetic characters, produced by this device.**2.**»= sonogram. (There is a sonograph…showing a six-month-old human fetus in utero

*(New York Times).*__Cf.__↑sonogram)**3.**a three-dimensional picture produced by acoustical holography; an acoustical hologram.

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