Glossography

Glos'sog'ra·phy noun [ See Glossographer .] The writing of glossaries, glosses, or comments for illustrating an author.
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glossography

The writing of glossaries, glosses, or comments for illustrating an author. ... See: Glossographer. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Glossography

• (n.) The writing of glossaries, glosses, or comments for illustrating an author.
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glossography

(from the article `Isidore of Sevilla, Saint`) ...last of the Western Latin Fathers, archbishop, and encyclopaedist, whose Etymologies, an encyclopaedia of human and divine subjects, was one of ...
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glossography

glossography 1. The writing of glosses or commentaries; the compiling of glossaries. 2. A written description of the tongue. A description or grouping of languages. 3. An instrument for recording the movements of the tongue when speaking.
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glossography

writing of glossaries; written description of a language
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