diplophonia

diplophonia
diplophonic /dip'leuh fon"ik/, adj.
/dip'leuh foh"nee euh/, n. Pathol.
a condition in which the voice simultaneously produces two sounds of different pitch.
Also called diphonia, diphthongia.
[ < NL, equiv. to diplo- DIPLO- + Gk phon(é) sound, tone, voice + L -ia -IA]

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