Definition of Ligatures. Meaning of Ligatures. Synonyms of Ligatures

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Ligatures. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Ligatures and, of course, Ligatures synonyms and on the right images related to the word Ligatures.

Definition of Ligatures

Ligature
Ligature Lig"a*ture (l[i^]g"[.a]*t[-u]r; 135), n. [L. ligatura, fr. ligare, ligatum, to bind: cf. F. ligature. Cf. Ally, League, Legatura, Liable, Ligament.] 1. The act of binding. 2. Anything that binds; a band or bandage. 3. (Surg.) (a) A thread or string for tying the blood vessels, particularly the arteries, to prevent hemorrhage. (b) A thread or wire used to remove tumors, etc. 4. The state of being bound or stiffened; stiffness; as, the ligature of a joint. 5. Impotence caused by magic or charms. [Obs.] 6. (Mus.) A curve or line connecting notes; a slur. 7. (Print.) A double character, or a type consisting of two or more letters or characters united, as [ae], [filig], [ffllig].
Ligature
Ligature Lig"a*ture (l[i^]g"[.a]*t[-u]r), v. t. (Surg.) To ligate; to tie.
ligature
Logotype Log"o*type, n. [Gr. ? word + -type.] (Print.) A single type, containing two or more letters; as, [ae], [AE], [filig], [fllig], [ffllig], etc.; -- called also ligature.

Meaning of Ligatures from wikipedia

- Ligature may refer to: Ligature (medicine), a piece of suture used to shut off a blood vessel or other anatomical structure Ligature (orthodontic) Ligature...
- combinations that, over time, gradually evolve from ligatures into separately recognizable characters. Ligatures figure prominently in many historical m****cripts...
- In surgery or medical procedure, a ligature consists of a piece of thread (suture) tied around an anatomical structure, usually a blood vessel or another...
- ligatures are graphic combinations of the letters of the Gr**** alphabet that were used in medieval handwritten Gr**** and in early printing. Ligatures...
- around 800 to 1650 AD. Ligatures are characteristic of neumatic (chant) and mensural notation. The notation and meaning of ligatures has changed significantly...
- specific subjects that traditionally use ligatures in loanwords, ligatures are seldom used in modern English. The ligatures æ and œ were until the 19th century...
- the mechanism used: Hanging—Suspension from a cord wound around the neck Ligature strangulation—Strangulation without suspension using some form of cord-like...
- Algonquin, "w" is preferred. An ou ligature much different in form (with the two letters side-by-side as in most ligatures, as opposed to one on top of the...
- vibration and not distort the reed. Ligatures are most commonly made out of metal and plated in nickel, silver, or gold. Ligatures are also made out of wire, wire...
- spellings replace ligatured vowels with a single letter; for example, gynæcology or gynaecology is spelled gynecology. The fl and fi ligatures, among others...
Loading...