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Writing

Who Author Writer
What Writing
Etymology γράφέίν = graphein = Writing -graph -graphic -graphy -writer
 
History In India, the invention of writing is linked with Sarasvati. In China, it is associated with River Lo Writing. In the West, writing = γράφέίν = graphein = Writing becomes linked with the the suffixes -graphy (noun for a science) , -graph (noun for an object) and -graphic (adjective).
 
Broader Terms
Narrower Terms Library of Congress
Scope Note Narrower Term: Abbreviations
Narrower Term: Agraphia
Narrower Term: Autographs
Narrower Term: Calligraphy
Narrower Term: Children Writing
Narrower Term: Chinese language Cursive writing
 
See Also: Ciphers
Narrower Term: Cryptography
Narrower Term: Cuneiform writing
Narrower Term: English language Writing
Narrower Term: Graphemics
Narrower Term: Graphology
Narrower Term: Hieroglyphics
Narrower Term: Japanese language Cursive writing
Narrower Term: Language and languages Orthography and spelling
Narrower Term: Library handwriting
Narrower Term: Mirror-writing
Narrower Term: Numerals, Writing of
Narrower Term: Paleography
Narrower Term: Pasigraphy
See Also: Penmanship
Narrower Term: Picture-writing
Narrower Term: Shorthand
Narrower Term: Signatures (Writing)
Narrower Term: Stoichedon inscriptions
Narrower Term: Transcription
Narrower Term: Keyboarding
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