Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • An improper form of cuneiform.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of cuneiform.

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Examples

  • It was also mentioned in sacred texts of India and Egypt, and in Sumerian and Babylonian cuniform writings dating as far back as 2100 BC.

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  • It was also mentioned in sacred texts of India and Egypt, and in Sumerian and Babylonian cuniform writings dating as far back as 2100 BC.

    Honey: A sweet Maya legacy

  • It's got some very old things (the oldest is a 4000 year old cuniform tablet, plus lots of illuminated manuscripts), some very beautiful things, and some very interesting things.

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  • It's got some very old things (the oldest is a 4000 year old cuniform tablet, plus lots of illuminated manuscripts), some very beautiful things, and some very interesting things.

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  • Re: Writen now in Arabic (plus four letters) rather than the former cuniform script of ancient Persian and having significant swaths of vocabulary consisting of Arabic words and phrases.

    Jerry Falwell: Romney's Mormonism "Will Not Be A Factor"

  • Writen now in Arabic (plus four letters) rather than the former cuniform script of ancient Persian and having significant swaths of vocabulary consisting of Arabic words and phrases.

    Jerry Falwell: Romney's Mormonism "Will Not Be A Factor"

  • Re: Writen now in Arabic (plus four letters) rather than the former cuniform script of ancient Persian and having significant swaths of vocabulary consisting of Arabic words and phrases.

    Jerry Falwell: Romney's Mormonism "Will Not Be A Factor"

  • We are expecting a complete discourse, from cuniform writing on clay tablets comma to the actual as well as published account books of the Halliburton Co.

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  • Bricks here were a bit different from those at Ur, they were about one foot square by four inches thick made of sun baked straw reinforced mud and in their centres many carried an imprint in cuniform characters that I was told translated into This was built by King

    Coming of Age: 1939-1946

  • Here were found a number of statues bearing cuniform inscriptions, Hittite inscriptions and two long Aramean inscriptions of the VIII or IX century B.C. M. Helévy, the well-known French Orientalist, was sent by the

    The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1

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