n. (plural of phoneme English)
Usage examples of "phonemes".
The English phonemes sounded starkly alien as they echoed through his mind, and he wondered if he was even getting them right.
The phonemes formed more easily on their tongues now and their command of syntax had improved, but both of them still struggled with vocabulary.
Furthermore, they seemed unable to grasp the idea that an arrangement of phonemes could always have the same meaning regardless of pitch.
Compared with the paltry few dozen phonemes available in human languages, the richness of the Cygnan language must be beyond belief!
It fit the context and contained, within a cloud of embellishments, the set of phonemes that denoted something that was small in size or a model for something larger.