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comment Word for “letter or letter-like character”?
Frankly, the fact that you are excluding numbers (or more exactly digits) from your definition, makes it completely arbitrary and therefore very unlikely to match any existing denomination. For an example of why that is, take the case of Japanese/Chinese, were digits are kanji/hanzi and vice-versa. Where does the kanji for '5' go in your definition?
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comment Is 'compatriate' really an English word?
Good to know. Although I can't really see a good reason for including outright misspellings (given usage stats, we are way beyond prescriptivist/descriptivist debates here) with only a mention of "alternative spelling". By that reasoning, "its" should be labelled "alternative spelling" for "it's" and so on. Multiple authorship seems to work fine for Wikipedia, not sure why it fails Wiktionary.
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accepted Is 'compatriate' really an English word?
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comment Word for “letter or letter-like character”?
I think a glyph would be any type of character, including punctuation or numbers.
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asked Is 'compatriate' really an English word?
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