[graf-eem] /ˈgræf im/
a minimal unit of a writing system.
a unit of a writing system consisting of all the written symbols or sequences of written symbols that are used to represent a single phoneme.
(linguistics) one of a set of orthographic symbols (letters or combinations of letters) in a given language that serve to distinguish one word from another and usually correspond to or represent phonemes, e.g. the f in fun, the ph in phantom, and the gh in laugh
1937, American English, from graph “letter, symbol” (see -graphy) + -eme “unit of language structure.”
[gra-fee-miks] /græˈfi mɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) Linguistics. 1. the study of writing systems and of their relation to speech.
/ˈɡræfiːn/ noun 1. a nanomaterial consisting of one-atom-thick sheets of carbon atoms, with the atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice structure
[graf-ik] /ˈgræf ɪk/ adjective, Also, graphical 1. giving a clear and effective picture; vivid: a graphic account of an earthquake. 2. pertaining to the use of diagrams, graphs, mathematical curves, or the like; diagrammatic. 3. of, relating to, or expressed by writing: graphic symbols. 4. written, inscribed, or drawn. 5. depicted in a realistic or […]
noun 1. any mark written above a letter, especially one indicating stress in pronunciation, as in Spanish rápido.