Definition of Diagraph. Meaning of Diagraph. Synonyms of Diagraph

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Definition of Diagraph

Diagraph
Diagraph Di"a*graph, n. [Gr. ? to draw: cf. F. diagraphe. See Diagram.] A drawing instrument, combining a protractor and scale.

Meaning of Diagraph from wikipedia

- Digraph may refer to: Digraph (orthography), a pair of characters used together to represent a single sound, such as "sh" in English Typographical ligature...
- represented the voiced palato-alveolar sibilant /ʒʷ/. This was replaced by the diagraph Жә. Ж ж : Cyrillic letter Zhe Cyrillic characters in Unicode...
- an Rs digraph, but Microsoft Sans Serif uses the quantity-neutral "Rp" diagraph instead. The following Unicode-related do****ents record the purpose and...
- replaced by 'k' and 'z' respectively. 'C' is not used apart from in the diagraph, ch, where it stands for [ʃ] (the word for horse is chouval, similar to...
- alphabetical charactersutilizing the trouble-free mechanism of single, diagraph, diphthong, twinning and grapheme methods. Alphabetical characters denoting...
- frequency-modulated VHF test transmitter. 1950: Rohde & Schwarz develops the Zg diagraph, the first complex network analyzer for vector network analysis. 1955:...
- include: "Próhnica" instead of "Próchnica" (meaning "tooth decay") etc. The diagraph "ch" represents a voiceless velar fricative whereas the graph "h" is an...
- A digraph or digram (from the Gr****: δίς dís, "double" and γράφω gráphō, "to write") is a pair of characters used in the orthography of a language to write...
- to form a band called NG (pronounced as en-ji and derived from the Ng diagraph of the Filipino alphabet) with percussionist Renmin Nadela. Abay and Gancio...
- most environments, is written ⟨v⟩. The velar nasal is written with the diagraph ⟨ng⟩. A long vowel is written with a macron over the vowel: ⟨ā, ē, ī, ō...