enchorial definition

  • adjective:
    • Indigenous, local.
    • Of, concerning, or written in the vulgar kind of old Egyptian hieratic writing.
    • owned by, or found in, a country; indigenous; domestic; preferred; typical; -- stated particularly for the written figures utilized by the common people of old Egypt, in difference from the hieroglyphics. See demotic.
    • Indigenous, local.
    • Of, relating to, or printed in the vulgar type of old Egyptian hieratic writing.
    • owned by, or utilized in, a country; indigenous; domestic; well-known; typical; -- stated especially for the written figures utilized by the normal individuals of old Egypt, in difference from hieroglyphics. See demotic.
    • Indigenous, native.
    • Of, associated with, or printed in the vulgar as a type of ancient Egyptian hieratic writing.
    • Belonging to, or used in, a country; local; domestic; popular; common; -- stated particularly of this written characters used by the most popular individuals of ancient Egypt, in difference from the hieroglyphics. See demotic.
  • others:
    • Belonging to or found in a certain country; local; indigenous; demotic: particularly placed on written characters: since, an enchorial alphabet. See demotic.
    • Belonging to or found in a specific country; indigenous; native; demotic: especially put on written characters: since, an enchorial alphabet. See demotic.
    • owned by or found in a specific nation; local; indigenous; demotic: particularly placed on written characters: because, an enchorial alphabet. See demotic.

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