anybody of several message sounds that considered variants of the identical phoneme including the p sounds of pin and spin tend to be allophones of p plus the t noises of toe end and catnip are allophones of t
- (linguistics) any of different acoustically different forms of the same phoneme
In Quebec, an allophone is some body whose first language or language of use is neither English nor French. The definition of can also be sometimes found in other parts of Canada. Its created from the Greek roots allos, meaning various other, and phone, indicating noise or vocals.Compare the terms anglophone and francophone, which designate men and women whose very first or adoptive languages are English and French, respectively.One is said to be an allophone if they talks neither french nor english acquainted with the household or "on the device".