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  • signary — n. (pl. ies) a list of signs constituting the syllabic or alphabetic symbols of a language. Etymology: L signum SIGN + ARY(1), after syllabary …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Espanca script — The Espanca script (Castro Verde, Baixo Alentejo, Portugal) is the only complete signary known of the Paleohispanic scripts. Is made over a little piece of slate (48 x 28 x 2 cm.). This signary is double. The signs in the first line are much well …   Wikipedia

  • Paleohispanic scripts — The Paleohispanic scripts are the writing systems created in the Iberian peninsula before the Latin alphabet became the dominant script. Most of them are typologically very unusual in that they are semi syllabic rather than purely alphabetic,… …   Wikipedia

  • Ogham — Type Alphabet …   Wikipedia

  • Iberian scripts — The Iberian scripts are the Paleohispanic scripts that were used to represent the extinct Iberian language. Most of them are typologically very unusual in that they are semi syllabic rather than purely alphabetic. The oldest Iberian inscriptions… …   Wikipedia

  • Celtiberian script — The Celtiberian script is a paleohispanic script that was the main mean of written expression of the Celtiberian language, an extinct Continental Celtic language, also expressed in Latin alphabet. This script is a direct adaptation of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Japanese manual syllabary — The Japanese Sign Language syllabary (Japanese: 指文字 yubimoji , literally finger letters ) is a system of manual kana used as part of Japanese Sign Language (JSL). It is a signary of 45 signs and 4 diacritics representing the phonetic syllables of …   Wikipedia

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