sono-, son-, sona-, -sonous, -sonic, -sonically

(Latin: sound, that which is heard; noise)

assonance
assonant
auscultatory sounds
A rale (intermittent crackling or bubbling sound produced by fluid in the air passages and air sacs of the lungs), murmur (soft blowing or fluttering sound), bruit (significant sound heard inside the body caused by turbulent blood flow within the heart or blood vessels), fremitus (vibration or tremor, resulting from a physical action such as speaking or coughing, felt by hand and used to assess whether the chest is affected by disease), or other sounds heard during the auscultation examinations of the chest or abdomen.
biosonar
1. The use of ultrasonic instruments to analyze and map parts of the body.
2. The use by certain animals of echoes of sounds they produce to locate objects in the perceptual field as with bats as they move around.
consonance
consonant
consonantly
consonantness
dissonance
dissonant
dissonantly
horrisonant (adjective), more horrisonant, most horrisonant
Characteristic of something that sounds dreadful or which produces terrible sounds: "The misbehavior of the children resulted in the mother yelling horrisonant words at them."
hypersonic (high" pur SAHN ik)
1. Much faster than the speed of sound.
2. Relating to speeds five or more times than that of the normal speed of sound in the air; such as, rockets, certain air currents, aircraft, etc.
infrasonic
infrasound

Related information at "Oceanic Sounds in a Realm of Silence".