Autogram

An autogram (Greek: αὐτός = self, γράμμα = letter) is a sentence that describes itself in the sense of providing an inventory of its own characters. They were invented by Lee Sallows, who also coined the word `autogram`. An essential feature is the use of full cardinal number names such as `one`, `two`, etc., in recording charact...
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autogram

A wheal-like lesion on the skin following pressure by a blunt instrument or by stroking. ... Origin: auto-+ G. Gramma, something written ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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autogram

autogram, autographism, dermographia, dermographism The marking of the skin, usually in red, white, or black wheals. It is most often seen after rubbing the skin frimly with a blunted point
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autogram

Type: Term Pronunciation: aw′tō-gram Definitions: 1. A wheallike lesion on the skin produced by pressure from a blunt instrument or by stroking.
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