Definition of Palaeotype. Meaning of Palaeotype. Synonyms of Palaeotype

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Definition of Palaeotype

Palaeotype
Palaeotype Pa"l[ae]*o*type, n. [Pal[ae]o- + -type.] (Phon.) A system of representing all spoken sounds by means of the printing types in common use. --Ellis. -- Pa`l[ae]*o*typ"ic*al, a. -- Pa`l[ae]*o*typ"ic*al*ly, adv.

Meaning of Palaeotype from wikipedia

- Palaeotype is a monotypic moth genus in the family Erebidae erected by George Hampson in 1918. Its single species, Palaeotype submarginata, was first...
- The Palaeotype alphabet is a phonetic alphabet used by Alexander John Ellis to describe the pronunciation of English. It was based on the theory of Bell's...
- Ellis's "palaeotype" transliteration to indicate retracted pronunciation U+2E37 ⸷ DAGGER WITH RIGHT GUARD - used in Alexander John Ellis's "palaeotype" transliteration...
- digits 180° to create new symbols. This was done for example with the Palaeotype alphabet, the International Phonetic Alphabet, the Fraser script, and...
- a phonetic alphabet proposed by Henry Sweet. It descends from Ellis's Palaeotype alphabet and English Phonotypic Alphabet, and is the direct ancestor of...
- vowel at the end of the German name Gabe. Alexander John Ellis, in his palæotype alphabet, used it for the similar English sound in but /bʌt/. The symbol...
- in other languages, including Syriac and Thaana ⸲ U+2E32 TURNED COMMA Palaeotype transliteration symbol; indicates nasalization ⸴ U+2E34 RAISED COMMA ⹁...
- phonemic transcription of any language Time period since 1888 Parent systems Palaeotype alphabet Romic alphabet Phonotypic alphabet International Phonetic Alphabet...
- in turn was based on the Phonotypic Alphabet of Isaac Pitman and the Palæotype of Alexander John Ellis. The alphabet has undergone a number of revisions...
- Alphabet (together with Isaac Pitman), which used many new letters, and the Palaeotype alphabet, which replaced many of these with turned letters (such as ⟨ə⟩...
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