• Definition for "glossography"
    • The collection of glosses or glossaries.
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glossography definition

  • noun:
    • The collection of glosses or glossaries.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The collection of glosses or glossaries.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or feedback for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory reviews on a text.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or comments for illustrating an author.
    • The compilation of glosses or glossaries.
    • The compilation of glosses or glossaries.
    • In structure, a description for the tongue.—
    • The compilation of glosses or glossaries.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory responses on a text.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or remarks for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or opinions for illustrating an author.
    • In anatomy, a description for the tongue.—
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or responses for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory commentary on a text.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory reviews on a text.
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory commentary on a text.
    • In structure, a description for the tongue.—
    • In structure, a description for the tongue.—
    • The compilation of glosses or glossaries.
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • In anatomy, a description of the tongue.—
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or reviews for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory feedback on a text.
    • In anatomy, a description for the tongue.—
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The compilation of glosses or glossaries.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or opinions for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory reviews on a text.
    • In structure, a description associated with the tongue.—
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The collection of glosses or glossaries.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or opinions for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory commentary on a text.
    • In structure, a description of tongue.—
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The compilation of glosses or glossaries.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or comments for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory responses on a text.
    • In anatomy, a description associated with tongue.—
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The collection of glosses or glossaries.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or feedback for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory comments on a text.
    • In anatomy, a description of this tongue.—
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The collection of glosses or glossaries.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or opinions for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory opinions on a text.
    • In structure, a description associated with tongue.—
    • A description and grouping of languages.
    • The collection of glosses or glossaries.
    • The writing of glossaries or glosses.
    • The writing of glossaries, glosses, or comments for illustrating an author.
    • The writing of glosses or explanatory responses on a text.
    • In physiology, a description of tongue.—
    • A description and grouping of languages.
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