from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Carved, sculpted.
- adj. Pertaining to glyphs.
- n. A glyph.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to sculpture or carving of any sort, esp. to glyphs.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a glyph or glyphs; pertaining to carving or sculpture.
- n. A picture or figure by which a word is implied; a hieroglyphic.
- Of the nature of a glyph or ideograph: as, glyphic words.
His concept of "glyphic" continuum is unexplained, but, according to McLeod, "can be understood if researched," and viewed side-by-side with the film.
At first this parade of fantastic figures and elaborate glyphic symbols marching throughout the Dresden and other codices seems quite alien to our way of thinking.
For example, Codex Azcatitlan, Codex Aubin (Ms. de 1576), and Codex Boturini all treat the same theme by means of pictorial narrative in the form of painted images and glyphic signs.
This historical account of the origin and the migration of the Aztecs contains a genealogy of their rulers and a brief account of Conquest and post-Conquest events with the usual painted images and glyphic signs.
The glyphic symbols recorded by Landa stand for the actual sounds of the Mayan language as spoken in Yucatan at that time, although their true phonetic value was not firmly established until much later.
Heinrich Berlin managed to identify some glyphic symbols of place names.
The typical Mesoamerican painted book is a screenfold of skin or bark paper (amate) covered with a thin coat of lime and then painted with pictographs, glyphic signs, etc.
In addition to being a stunning achievement in sequential art and glyphic storytelling, these comics also make for a great investment in these financially-troubled times.
While the Dallas Tablet was thought possibly to have come from the ruins of El Perú (anciently named Waka '), about 45 miles west of the great Maya city of Tikal, its glyphic texts make clear that it came from a site named Sak Nikte', or "White Flower."
How was a glyphic comparison of the phonic symbols of both languages made in substantiation of the oral comparison?