[hap-log-ruh-fee] /hæpˈlɒg rə fi/
the accidental omission of a letter or letter group that should be repeated in writing, as in Missippi for Mississippi.
noun (pl) -phies
the accidental writing of only one letter or syllable where there should be two similar letters or syllables, as in spelling endodontics as endontics
the accidental omission of letters, lines that should be repeated, such as ‘mispell’ instead of ‘misspell’
haplo- ‘single’ + -graphy ‘writing’
antonym is dittography
scribal error of writing only once a letter that should have been written twice; see haplo- + -graphy.
[hap-luh-groop] /ˈhæp ləˌgrup/ noun 1. Genetics. a set of similar haplotypes inherited together, or a group who shares a set of similar haplotypes, used to understand genetic lineages.
[hap-loid] /ˈhæp lɔɪd/ adjective, Also, haploidic 1. single; simple. 2. Biology. pertaining to a single set of chromosomes. noun 3. Biology. an organism or cell having only one complete set of chromosomes, ordinarily half the normal diploid number. /ˈhæplɔɪd/ adjective 1. (esp of gametes) having a single set of unpaired chromosomes noun 2. a haploid […]
haploidy (hāp’loi’dē) The state or condition of being haploid.
[hap-lol-uh-jee] /hæpˈlɒl ə dʒi/ noun, Linguistics. 1. the omission of one of two similar adjacent syllables or sounds in a word, as in substituting morphonemic for morphophonemic or in the pronunciation [prob-lee] /ˈprɒb li/ (Show IPA) for probably. /hæpˈlɒlədʒɪ/ noun 1. omission of a repeated occurrence of a sound or syllable in fluent speech, as […]