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  • noun Plural form of grammalogue.


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  • The phonetic symbols are abbreviated by grammalogues and contractions, and this proceeds in accordance with a principle unconsciously recognised but which really depends on the same inherent necessity to preserve in a consistent form the expression of the radical vocables of Speech.

    Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge

  • The reason why I was so profoundly interested to be a witness of the scene was that they were deaf and dumb, and the whole conversation was carried on by signs; not by the alphabet that one learnt at school in order to communicate during class, but a rapid synthetic improvement upon it, where two or three lightning-quick movements -- gesture grammalogues -- sufficed to convey whole sentences of meaning.

    A Boswell of Baghdad With Diversions


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