The Collaborative International Dictionary
Aphonia \A*pho"ni*a\, Aphony \Aph"o*ny\, n. [NL. aphonia, Gr. ?, fr. ? voiceless; 'a priv. + ? voice: cf. F. aphonie.] (Med.) Loss of voice or vocal utterance.
n. (dated form of aphonia English)
Usage examples of "aphony".
For one thing, if there was a terrorist connection they would probably use aphony name.