Primary Base *

Child Elements  


Name/Link ¶ Type Source/Type Consumption Date




libr* Book
qram* Description
sermon* Dissertation Formal discourse in speech or writing.
* The Drama
* Writing



[[en:respect|Respects]]] Show of respect through writing or token. Regards, duty.

Writer (generative/executive of writing)

Scribe, amanuensis, scrivener, secretary, clerk, penman, copyist, transcriber, quill driver [humorous]; stenographer, brachygrapher, tachygrapher, phonographer, logographer, cipherer, cryptographer or cryptographist, steganographist; typewriter, typist; writer for the press (author) [See Book]; chirographer, cerographist; monographist, graphomaniac; calligraphist, calligrapher; cacographer; graphologist.


Chirography, stelography [rare], monography, stylography, cerography, graphology; pencraft, penmanship; quill driving [humorous]; typewriting.
Line; headline.


SHORTHAND; stenography, brachygraphy, tachygraphy; secret writing, writing in cipher; cryptography, steganography; phonography, pasigraphy, polygraphy [rare], logography.

COPY; transcript, rescript; rough -, fair- copy; rough draft.

HANDWRITING; signature, sign manual, mark, autograph, monograph, holograph; hand, fist [colloq.].

Calligraphy (good writing).

Cacography (bad writing), griffonage [F.], barbouillage [F.]; scribble &c. v.; pattes de mouche [F.], fly tracks; ill-formed letters; pothooks and hangers.

STATIONERY; pen, reed, quill, goose quill; pencil, style, stylograph, stylographic pen, fountain pen; paper, foolscap, parchment, vellum, papyrus, tablet, block, pad, notebook, memorandum book, copybook, commonplace-book; slate, marble, pillar, table; blackboard; ink-bottle, inkhorn, inkpot, inkstand, inkwell; typewriter.

COMPOSITION, authorship; caco√ęthes scribendi [L.]; graphomania; lucubration, production, work, preparation; screed, article, paper, pamphlet; book [See Book]; essay, theme, thesis; novel, textbook, poem, book of poems, book of verse; compilation, anthology; piece of music, morceau [F.] (musical composition) [See Music].

transcription (copy); inscription (record); superscription (indication).