Словарь лингвистических терминов. – М.: Издательство иностранной литературы. . 1960.

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  • Haplography — is the act of writing once what should be written twice. For example, the English word idolatry , the worship of idols, comes from the Greek eidololatreia , but one syllable has been lost through haplography. Other examples are endontics for… …   Wikipedia

  • haplography — scribal error of writing only once a letter that should have been written twice; see HAPLO (Cf. haplo ) + GRAPHY (Cf. graphy) …   Etymology dictionary

  • haplography — noun Accidental omission of a letter or letter group that should be repeated in writing, for example, mispell for misspell. In the apparatus of Trounces edition, dittography occurs at line 266, haplography at line 352, and there are numerous… …   Wiktionary

  • haplography — /hap log reuh fee/, n. the accidental omission of a letter or letter group that should be repeated in writing, as in Missippi for Mississippi. Cf. dittography. [1885 90; HAPLO + GRAPHY] * * * …   Universalium

  • haplography — n. accidental omission of a letter or group of letters that should be repeated …   English contemporary dictionary

  • haplography — [hap lɒgrəfi] noun the inadvertent omission of a repeated letter or letters in writing (e.g. writing philogy for philology) …   English new terms dictionary

  • haplography — hap·log·ra·phy …   English syllables

  • haplography —  Пропуск букв, слогов …   Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • haplography — /hæpˈlɒgrəfi/ (say hap logruhfee) noun the omission of a word, syllable, or letter in writing, where it occurs twice in succession, as in hippotamus for hippopotamus …   Australian English dictionary

  • haplography —   n. accidental omission of letters, words or lines in copying …   Dictionary of difficult words

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