orthography

[ US /ɔɹˈθɑɡɹəfi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a method of representing the sounds of a language by written or printed symbols
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  • Language issues focus on the return of phonetics, purged from Soviet Ukrainian orthography by Russification, and on the macaronic Russo / Ukrainian surzhyk.
  • Accuracy is thus particularly relevant when testing reading in a pointed orthography, which involves attention to both letters and diacritics in different linguistic contexts.
  • With the support of the Igloolik Research Centre, the names were transcribed into the syllabic orthography, and a parallel database using syllables was created.
  • The orthography of Interlingua is based on the 26 letters of the Roman alphabet with no diacritical or accent marks.
  • Countenance, more literally, colour, complexion; the more correct orthography seems to _blea_ -- yellow. A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Volume 1
  • Per normal English orthography / pronunciation rules, one would expect to pronounce ‘leafleter’ ‘leaf-leeter.’
  • American and English orthography are very much alike.
  • More substantial still was Miguel Azguime's (ThS) inking Survival Kit, the eccentric orthography of whose title heralded a work of imagination but almost wilful obscurity. Evening Standard - Home
  • [142] The proper orthography of this expression is deoch-an-doruis Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character
  • This does not deny the importance of work by linguists on problems of orthography.
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