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اس صفحہ پر اب تک کوئی گفتگو نہیں ہوئی۔

اِس کیلئے اگر (انگریزی لفظ telephone کو مدّنظر رکھتے ہوئے) اِصطلاح ‘‘بعید سماع’’ اِستعمال کی جائے تو بہتر رہے گا، جیسا کہ television کیلئے ‘‘بعید نُما’’ اُردو ویکی پر مستعمل ہے. --محبوب عالم 19:51, 4 جنوری 2009 (UTC)


  • یہاں phone ، سماع کے لیۓ نہیں بلکہ آواز یا کلام کے لیۓ آتا ہے اس لیۓ درست لفظی ترجمہ ہی کرنا ہے تو وہ ------ بعید تکلم ------ ہوگا اور آپ کو اس ویکیپیڈیا پر متعدد جگہوں پر لکھا ہوا مل بھی جاۓ گا، مثال کے طور پر Plate T دیکھیۓ۔ اور یا پھر ------ بعید گو ------ بھی کیا جاسکتا ہے مگر انکی جمع کیسے بنے گی، اس پر بھی غور کرنا ہوگا۔ ویسے میرے خیال میں ہاتف استعمال میں آسان بھی ہے اور موجود بھی اور یہی بہتر رہے گا۔ باقی دیگر ساتھیوں سے مشورہ کر لیجیۓ یا دیوان عام میں بات کو پہنچادیجیۓ۔ --سمرقندی 09:02, 25 ستمبر 2008 (UTC)
  • بعید تکلم زیادہ مناسب لفظ ہے اور اردو وکیپیڈیا پر عرصہ سے استعمال میں ہے۔ مثلاً اگر مختلف ممالک پر صفحات دیکھے جائیں تو ٹیلیفون کوڈ کی جگہ رمزِ بعید تکلم لکھا گیا ہے۔--سید سلمان رضوی 16:29, 25 ستمبر 2008 (UTC)
  • Phone کیلئے ایک اَور لفظ ‘‘ گفتہ ’’ بھی استعمال کیا جاسکتا ہے. اِس طرح اِس سے مزید اِصطلاحات بھی آسانی سے بن سکتے ہیں جیسے: telephone کیلئے بعیدگفتہ یا دُورگفتہ، microphone کیلئے خردگفتہ، earphone کیلئے کان گفتہ، headphone کیلئے سرگفتہ، cellphone کیلئے خلوی گفتہ وغیرہ. گفتہ فارسی کا لفظ ہے جس کا مطلب ہے جملہ یا کلمہ، لیکن چونکہ یہ اُردو میں کسی اَور مقصد کیلئے استعمال نہیں ہوتا لہٰذا اسے اس اِصطلاح کیلئے استعمال کیا جاسکتا ہے. --محبوب عالم 19:51, 4 جنوری 2009 (UTC)
  • فون (بطور آلہ یا اختراع) کیلئے ایک نہایت موزوں لفظ ’’مصوت‘‘ ہوسکتا ہے اور اِس کی جمع ’’مصوات‘‘ یا ’’مصوتات‘‘ کی جاسکتی ہے، اِس سے درج ذیل اِصطلاحات بن سکتی ہیں:

دُور مصوت / بعید مصوت یا صرف مصوت : Telephone or just Phone

خلوی مصوت یا مختصراً خلمصوت : Cellular Phone

کان مصوت : Earphone

سر مصوت : Headphone

خرد مصوت: Microphone

کبیر مصوت: Megaphone

وصولۂ مصوت: Telephone Receiver

محمول مصوت / متنقل مصوت : Mobile Phone حوالہ اوّل، حوالہ دوم، حوالہ سوم ۔۔۔۔ --محبوب عالم 05:59, 16 جولا‎ئی 2011 (UTC)



اِس مقالہ کے لیے ہاتف کی بجائے گفتہ کی اِصطلاح کی تجویز بھی دی گئی ہے، جس کے بارے میں آپ یہاں اپنی رائے دے سکتے ہیں!


Alexander Bell meet Thomas Watson at an electrical machine shop, Watson and Alexander formed a friendship after Alexander told him of his idea about transmitting speech over a wire. On June 2, 1875, while working in the transmitting room Watson produced a twang when trying to loosen up a wire. Alexander working on the transmitter was able to send sounds that resembled that of a human voice. Next, Alexander discovered that a wire vibrated by speech when placed in a conducting liquid, like mercury and would produce a current. Basically speech could be transmitted by wire. On March 10, 1876 Alexander and Watson were working on the machine when Alexander knocked over battery acid. He shouted, “Mr. Watson, come here. I need you!” and Watson working in the receiver room heard his voice coming through the wire.

Later, the Bell Company was formed, which --27.255.60.242 18:13, 22 فروری 2012 (UTC)

Alexander Graham Bell was born in 1847. As a child He took after his grandfather who was an actor who entertained people with his voice. Alexander’s mother, who was deaf, would have people talk to her through her ear tube, which amplifies speech by talking through an object that looked like a horn. Alexander chose to talk to his mother by speaking in low tones very close to her forehead. Alexander thought that his mother would be able to “hear” him by the vibrations his voice put on her forehead. Alexander at about the age of 14 and his brother, Melville, created a contraption that had a fake mouth, tongue, and lungs that you could force air out of. This contraption could make human-like sounds. After this Alexander manipulated his dog’s vocal cords and mouth to change growls to words. By the time Alexander was sixteen he was teaching music at a boy’s boarding school

Alexander Bell meet Thomas Watson at an electrical machine shop, Watson and Alexander formed a friendship after Alexander told him of his idea about transmitting speech over a wire. On June 2, 1875, while working in the transmitting room Watson produced a twang when trying to loosen up a wire. Alexander working on the transmitter was able to send sounds that resembled that of a human voice. Next, Alexander discovered that a wire vibrated by speech when placed in a conducting liquid, like mercury and would produce a current. Basically speech could be transmitted by wire. On March 10, 1876 Alexander and Watson were working on the machine when Alexander knocked over battery acid. He shouted, “Mr. Watson, come here. I need you!” and Watson working in the receiver room heard his voice coming through the wire.

Later, the Bell Company was formed, which --27.255.60.242 18:13, 22 فروری 2012 (UTC)

Alexander Graham Bell was born in 1847. As a child He took after his grandfather who was an actor who entertained people with his voice. Alexander’s mother, who was deaf, would have people talk to her through her ear tube, which amplifies speech by talking through an object that looked like a horn. Alexander chose to talk to his mother by speaking in low tones very close to her forehead. Alexander thought that his mother would be able to “hear” him by the vibrations his voice put on her forehead. Alexander at about the age of 14 and his brother, Melville, created a contraption that had a fake mouth, tongue, and lungs that you could force air out of. This contraption could make human-like sounds. After this Alexander manipulated his dog’s vocal cords and mouth to change growls to words. By the time Alexander was sixteen he was teaching music at a boy’s boarding scho

Alexander Graham Bell (March 3, 1847 – August 2, 1922) was an eminent scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator who is credited with inventing the first practical telephone.[N 1] Bell's father, grandfather, and brother had all been associated with work on elocution and speech, and both his mother and wife were deaf, profoundly influencing Bell's life's work.[2] His research on hearing and speech further led him to experiment with hearing devices which eventually culminated in Bell being awarded the first US patent for the telephone in 1876.[N 2] In retrospect, Bell considered his most famous invention an intrusion on his real work as a scientist and refused to have a telephone in his study.[4] Many other inventions marked Bell's later life, including groundbreaking work in optical telecommunications, hydrofoils and aeronautics. In 1888, Alexander Graham Bell became one of the founding members of the National Geographic Society.[5] Bell has been described as one of the most influential figures in human history.[6]

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