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Definition of the noun abecedary
What does abecedary mean as a name of something?
- The alphabet, written out in a teaching book, or carved on a wall
- [rare] A primer; the first principle or rudiment of anything.
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by Tremper III Longman
An abecedary is a tablet on which the cuneiform alphabet is written. The Ugaritic alphabet contained thirty signs in roughly the same order as the Hebrew alphabet, largely the same in content as the English alphabet. In addition to Ugaritic ...
Origins of the Alphabet (2015)
Proceedings of the First Polis Institute Interdisciplinary Conference by Christophe Rico, Claudia Attucci
The abecedary is a type of writing exercise, documented on stone and pottery in ...
by Joan M. Reitz
ABC book See: abecedary and alphabet ...
ABC book : abecedary and alphabet book. Abebooks : A leading online market place for used, rare, and out of print books, Abebooks provides a list of over 40 million titles available from a network of over 10,000 booksellers. Abebooks ...
Poetry Dictionary (2006)
by John Drury
ABECEDARIUM (ab'-eh-suh-dare'-ee-um; Latin, "alphabet" or "primer," from the letters ABCD; plural, abecedaria; also called abecedarius, abecedary, alphabet poem) A poem arranged according to the alphabet, so that the first line begins ...
Dictionary of Early English (1955)
by Joseph T. Shipley
abecedary; absey-bo-0k. abecedary. An alphabet book; a primer. Used from the 15th to the 18th century; also abscedary, absedary. ABCDary; accent on the see.
A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship by Tremper Longman III, Peter Enns
Therefore, the abecedary was likely used by an Israelite villager who was writing and reading the alphabet.
The Standard American Encyclopedia of Arts, Sciences, History, Biography, Geography, Statistics, and General Knowledge (1898)
by John Clark Ridpath
— Abecedary ,t a-be-sO'da-ri, a. Pertaining to or funned by the letters of the alphabet.— n. A first principle or element; nidi ment. Abed, a-bed' , adv.
by S. J. Herrtage, John A. Williams, Robert Hunter
Abecedary Volubility. Acacia Friendship. Acacia, rose or white Elegance. Acacia, yellow Secret love. Acalia Temperance. Acanthus The fine arts, artifice. Achillea Millefolia War. Achimenes Cuprcata Such worth is rare.
An English expositour, or Compleat dictionary: teaching the interpretation of the hardest words, and most usefull terms of art used in our language. First set forth by J. B. Dr of Physick ... And now the sixth time revised, corrected, and very much augmented ... By a lover of the arts. The author named in the preface as John Bulloker (1684)
„Abecedary. The Alphabet 5 or cross row. - „ Abequitation. A ridings-- way. - :::::::- A taking away, destroying , or abolishing. Cabominate.
Dictionary of Lexicography (2002)
by R. R. K. Hartmann, Gregory James
abecedary An archaic general term for 'alphabet primer' or 'dictionary'. abridged (dictionary) A shortened ...
1450 to 2000 by Peter Beal
sometimes italicized as abecedarium or rendered as 'abecedary', means a tablet or book containing the alphabet.
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Scrabble value of A1B3E1C3E1D2A1R1Y4
The value of this 9-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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