logogram

[n] - a single symbol that represents an entire word or phrase
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Logogram

a symbol or character which represents a morpheme or word. A logographic system contrasts with an alphabetic-phonetic system, such as English, in which symbols relate to sounds rather than meaning. There are a number of logograms which would be instantly recognisable to those using alphabetic systems, for example £, &, %.
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Logogram

Log'o·gram noun [ Greek lo`gos word + -gram .] A word letter; a phonogram, that, for the sake of brevity, represents a word; as, - , i. e., t , for it . Confer Grammalogue .
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logogram

logograph noun a single written symbol that represents an entire word or phrase without indicating its pronunciation; `7 is a logogram that is pronounced `seven` in English and `nanatsu` in Japanese`
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Logogram

• (n.) A word letter; a phonogram, that, for the sake of brevity, represents a word; as, |, i. e., t, for it. Cf. Grammalogue.
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logogram

(from the article `Dotremont, Christian`) ...Blue Sky`). With the establishment of COBRA, which is known chiefly as a visual arts phenomenon, Dotremont began a private quest for a pure, ...
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logogram

written or pictorial symbol intended to represent a whole word. Writing systems that make use of logograms include Chinese, Egyptian hieroglyphic ... [4 related articles]
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logogram

logogram, logogrammatic 1. A sign or character representing a word. 2. A symbol or character used, alone or in combination, as the graphic representation of a whole word as a single letter (¢, $, £, ¥, ™®). 3. A symbol, as found on road-signs, advertising, etc., designed to represent in simple graphic form an object, con...
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logogram

logogram, logograph A symbol that represents the meaning of a whole word or phrase; that is, the symbols used in shorthand or the symbols: $, #, &, %, £, ¶, ©, etc.
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logogram

Symbol or character representing a morpheme or a word, but which is not a word itself. Logograms are an alternative to the alphabetic-phonetic system. Some logograms are in common use, including £ and &
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Logogram

A logogram, or logograph, is a grapheme which represents a word or a morpheme (the smallest meaningful unit of language). This stands in contrast to phonograms, which represent phonemes (speech sounds) or combinations of phonemes, and determinatives, which mark semantic categories. Logograms are commonly known also as `ideograms`. Strictly speak.....
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logogram

single sign standing for word or phrase
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