Definition of acoumeter in English:

acoumeter

(also acouometer)

noun

historical Medicine
rare
  • Any of various devices or instruments used to test or measure the sense of hearing.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal. From ancient Greek ἀκούειν to hear + -meter, originally after French acoumètre.

Pronunciation:

acoumeter

/əˈkuːmɪtə/