Syllabary



noun, plural syllabaries.
1.
a list or catalog of syllables.
2.
a set of written symbols, each of which represents a syllable, used to write a given language:
the Japanese syllabary.
noun (pl) -baries
1.
a table or list of syllables
2.
a set of symbols used in certain writing systems, such as one used for Japanese, in which each symbol represents a spoken syllable

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