Thuh EengLish Wrd Speld "P h o n e T i c" Iz:
1: Sownded OwT Az F oh n ee T i k, Thoh
2: BaeesT Fruhm Thuh EhTihmoLLuhjee Uhv Thuh Greek Wrd [[φωνητῐκός]], Thuh RooT Uhv Wich Iz TruhdishuhnuLLee PronownsT F-oh-n-eh-T-ih-k.

Thuh EengLish Wrd PhoneTic Wuz BaeesT Fruhm Thuh OhridjihnuL Sohrss EhTihmoLLuhjee Uhv Thuh Greek Wrd [[φωνητῐκός]] .

NeksT TekST Fruhm:

Etymology
Borrowed from Latin phōnēticus, from Ancient Greek φωνητῐκός (phōnētikós).

Thuh RooT Uhv Wich Iz TruhdishuhnuLLee PronownsT F-oh-n-eh-T-ih-k.

NexT TekST Wuhz Fruhm:

phonetic (adj.)

"representing vocal sounds," 1803, from Modern Latin phoneticus (1797), from Greek phonetikos "vocal," from phonetos "to be spoken, utterable," verbal adjective of phonein "to speak clearly, utter," from phone "sound, voice," from PIE root *bha- (2) "to speak, tell, say" (see fame (n.)).

See: FohnehTik EengGLish Voeess Sownd Chahrz