Grammalogue

• (n.) Literally, a letter word; a word represented by a logogram; as, it, represented by |, that is, t. pitman.
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Grammalogue

Gram'ma·logue (grăm'mȧ*lŏg) noun [ Greek gra`mma letter + lo`gos word. Confer Logogram .] (Phonography) Literally, a letter word ; a word represented by a logogram; as, it , represented by - , that is, t . Pitman.
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grammalogue

grammalogue Shorthand; a word represented by a single sign; also, a letter or character representing a word (more correctly called a logogram). Examples of grammalogues include: &, #, ©, ®, ¶, and @. Although & is called an ampersand (meaning 'and'), there is also a new symbol which is called a questpersand which is pronounced: 'and?' —Sou...
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grammalogue

word represented by a single sign; logogram
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