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- n. Plural form of idiogram.
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He did many comparisons of Mayan and Aztec idiograms with those of Asia in the first milleium B.C.
Tipping each arm was a circle, within which he drew the four idiograms of the ancient gods, the secret signs of earth, air, water, and fire.
Once the Indian tribes flourished, they may even have had a written language, of which now only a few idiograms remain.