from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of abecedarium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of abecedarium.
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McCarthy has started a blog called abecedaria; in her post " Why Abecedaria?" she says: I could have called this The Writing Sytem Blog but it seemed a little too presumptuous.
Did Xerxes, the king of abecedaria, ever write anything? mtte
I was putting off posting about Vai on abecedaria until I researched more on morae, - there you have it.
Now there's a proposal for encoding the rather complex script; you can read all about it at abecedaria.
I guess abecedaria is about characters in a writing system being primarily glyphs and secondarily abstract codepoints.
Scandinavian countries, it consisted of twenty-four letters, all of which occur in abecedaria in England.
I love abecedaria and I’ve wikified the following abecedarium by Peter Wollen: “An Alphabet of Cinema,” which was posted over at Girish‘s.