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audiographic (adjective) : relating to recording or remembering sound
Jon's audiographic memory allowed him to instantly recognize the Dave Matthews song.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Jul. 24, 2006 00:25
audioization (noun) : the formation of mental audio impressions
Submitted by: Keith Mitchell from California on Sep. 12, 2012 03:05
audiomentary (noun) : an audio documentary, commentary or adaptation.
In Brooke Olsen’s audiomentary “Through the Ear” you heard the voices of Rob Shepard and Shane Halloway.
Submitted by: Khumo from United Kingdom on Jul. 11, 2007 07:45
audion (noun) : auditory imagery, audualization, auditory vision, mental sound
The audion I am trying to audualize is the sound of light. —J. Nabarro, book draft, unpublished
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 05, 2008 10:06
audiospatial (adjective) : of, relating to, or being thought processess that involve auditory and spatial awareness
Recent evidence suggests that musicians and others with keen innate or developed auditory talents perceive subtleties and nuances that others miss, not only in music, but in spoken speech and even natural soundscapes and in terms of audiospatial awareness. —jonathan keith sheriff, studying books, just now
Submitted by: jonathan keith sheriff from California on Oct. 25, 2005 21:55
audiosyncrasy (noun) : an activity consisting of the substitution of alternate music or sounds for the original soundtrack of a film or television program.
Probably the most famous example of audiosyncrasy is watching the Wizard of Oz while listening to Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon.
Submitted by: Erica Pannen from New Jersey on Sep. 07, 2008 15:15
(noun) : 1.The belief that one is superior because he/she can hear. 2.To behave like someone who can hear.
Submitted by: Timothy from Kansas on Mar. 05, 2008 13:04
(noun) : the conscious or subconscious discrimination against an individual or group of individual based on the ability to hear.
Submitted by: Daniel from Pennsylvania on Feb. 14, 2007 11:07
(noun) : 1.The belief that life without hearing is miserable, that hearing loss is a tragedy and that deaf people should struggle to be as much like hearing people as possible. 2.The notion that one is superior based on one's ability to hear or behave in the manner of one who hears.
Submitted by: Walter R. Taylor from Michigan on Nov. 15, 2006 21:22
(noun) : "The notion that one is superior based on one's ability to hear or to behave in the manner of one who hears" (Tom Humphries, 1975)
Deaf people’s accounts of their workplace experiences, then, include evidence of what could be described as institutional audism. —Graham H. Turner, http://www.online-conference.net/downloads/..., 2003
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 07, 2006 13:40
(noun) : discrimination against an individual based on their ability to hear
Audism is on a par with racism
Submitted by: Daniel from Pennsylvania on Feb. 27, 2006 10:56
audist (noun) : Persons who practice audism. These persons may be hearing or deaf.
Some interpreters may not realize or recognize their behaviours as audist in nature when interacting, interpreting and socializing with Deaf persons. —Gary Malkowski, http://www.audism.org/us-audism.org/GaryMalkowski/..., (c) 2003
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 07, 2006 13:50
auditation (adjective) : The mental patient heard a voice that was not really there, he had an auditation. As opposed to hallucination, seeing something that is not really there.
I made it up.
Submitted by: Theresa from Arizona on Feb. 09, 2006 16:28
audualize (verb) : to imagine a sound in your mind. to recreate sounds or audio from memory.
I can still audualize the sound of the noon whistle in the village where I lived as a child. —none, just me, none
Submitted by: Kevin Larke from Michigan on Aug. 05, 2007 12:03