American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See logogram.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A written word; a character or series of characters representing a word. See logographic, 1, and logography, 1.
- n. A word-writer; an instrument for recording spoken sounds.
- To print with logotypes.
- n. a single written symbol that represents an entire word or phrase without indicating its pronunciation
- logo- + graph (Wiktionary)
“When the first faint glimpses of the rings of Saturn floated hazily in the field of his imperfect telescope, he was misled into the belief that three large bodies composed the then most distant light of the system, -- a conclusion which, in 1610, he communicated to Kepler in the following logograph: --”
“[Footnote B: This logograph Newton afterwards rendered as follows: "Una methodus consistit in extractione fluentis quantitatis ex aequatione simul involvente; altera tantùm in assumptione seriei pro quantitate incognitâ ex quâ ceterae commodè derivari possunt, et in collatione terminonim homologorum aequationis resultantis ad eruendos terminos seriei assumptae."]”
“The logograph had traced all the curves of speech with ink on paper; and it only remained to impress them on a solid surface in such a manner as to regulate the vibrations of an artificial tympanum or drum.”
“He is a specialist in logograph and has participated in several exhibitions and workshops.”
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