in the order of the letters of the :
pertaining to, expressed by, or using an :
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Indian Fairy Tales Anonymous
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Cooking and Dining in Imperial Rome Apicius
Deciding that the language of the signs was written in alphabetic characters, he found himself obliged to call a halt.
Myths & Legends of Babylonia & Assyria Lewis Spence
All this is alphabetic, and we might go deeper and get lost, but there is no occasion.
The Court of Cacus Alexander Leighton
As in the preceding chapter, alphabetic arrangement will be employed.
The Elements of Blowpipe Analysis Frederick Hutton Getman
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Needlework As Art Marian Alford
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Pawnee Hero Stories and Folk-Tales George Bird Grinnell
That is to say, no college had ever supplied him an alphabetic appendage.
Little Journeys To The Homes Of Great Teachers Elbert Hubbard
The Chinese language is by all means the counterpart of the alphabetic stock.
The Problem of China Bertrand Russell
Wheatstone patented his alphabetic printing telegraph, and telegraph wires were strung as far as Glasgow.
A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year Edwin Emerson
in the conventional order of the letters or symbols of an alphabet
of, characterized by, or expressed by an alphabet
1560s, from alphabet + -ical. Related: Alphabetically.
- Alphabetic language
alphabetic language human language A written human language in which symbols reflect the pronunciation of the words. Examples are English, Greek, Russian, Thai, Arabic and Hebrew. Alphabetic languages contrast with ideographic languages. I18N Encyclopedia (http://i18ngurus.com/encyclopedia/alphabetic_language.html). (2004-08-29) Historical Examples This is as incorrect as to call a language an alphabetic language. The English Language Robert Gordon […]
in the order of the letters of the : alphabetical arrangement. pertaining to, expressed by, or using an : alphabetical writing. Contemporary Examples Below, listed in alphabetical order by author, are 12 of the best columns from 2012. John Avlon’s Picks for 12 Best Opinion Columns of 2012 John Avlon December 30, 2012 Historical Examples […]
to put or arrange in order. to express by or furnish with an . verb (transitive) to arrange in conventional alphabetical order to express by an alphabet v. 1866, from alphabet + -ize. Related: Alphabetized; alphabetizing.
alphaeus (1.) The father of James the Less, the apostle and writer of the epistle (Matt. 10:3; Mark 3:18; Luke 6:15; Acts 1:13), and the husband of Mary (John 19:25). The Hebrew form of this name is Cleopas, or Clopas (q.v.). (2.) The father of Levi, or Matthew (Mark 2:14). Historical Examples And as he […]