From Academic Kids
The word voice can mean:
- The human voice.
- The register of a line of counterpoint, including soprano, alto, tenor, bass. These terms come from the section of the choir to which a line would be given (the soprano voice would have been given to the soprano voices).
- The tone of a piece of writing, influenced by its point of view.
- In phonetics and phonology, a phone or phoneme is said to be voiced if it is produced with the vocal folds vibrating. See phonation.
- In grammar, voice is a verb-form that indicates the relationship between the subject and the action expressed by the verb. See grammatical voice
- Voices was the Hall & Oates album released in 1980. One of its singles was the #1 hit "Kiss On My List", and it is considered by many to be the starting point of the duo's major success in the 80's.
- DICT Development Group entry on "voice" (http://www.dict.org/bin/Dict?Form=Dict2&Database=*&Query=Voice)