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  • adj. Consisting of a single letter.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Consisting of one letter only.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Consisting of a single letter: as, Y is the uniliteral name of some moths.


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  • House and most of the other letters were not uniliteral glyphs in Egyptian: the Semitic alphabet is not derived from the existing Egyptian alphabet, but rather from the full set of hieratic hieroglyphs.

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  • And if you are going to devalue the meaning of words, Mr Buckroyd, what's wicked is the contribution people such as you make to the ongoing British uniliteral educational disarmament.


  • Thus, like them, he distinguishes triliteral, biliteral, and even uniliteral roots; but contrary to them, he maintains that contracted and quiescent verbs are triliteral and not biliteral.


  • The vulture hieroglyph was the uniliteral sign used for the glottal sound including words such as mother, prosperous, grandmother, and ruler.

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