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n.
A phonetic symbol; a letter.
n.
Same as Ideogram.
a.
Alt. of Ideographical
a.
Of or pertaining to an ideogram; representing ideas by symbols, independently of sounds; as, 9 represents not the word \"nine,\" but the idea of the number itself.
n.
The system of writing in ideographic characters; also, anything so written.
n.
The representation of ideas independently of sounds, or in an ideographic manner, as sometimes is done in shorthand writing, etc.
a.
Of or pertaining to ideology.
n.
One who treats of ideas; one who theorizes or idealizes; one versed in the science of ideas, or who advocates the doctrines of ideology.
n.
The science of ideas.
n.
A theory of the origin of ideas which derives them exclusively from sensation.
n.
An ideo-motor movement.
a.
Applied to those actions, or muscular movements, which are automatic expressions of dominant ideas, rather than the result of distinct volitional efforts, as the act of expressing the thoughts in speech, or in writing, while the mind is occupied in the composition of the sentence.
n. pl.
The fifteenth day of March, May, July, and October, and the thirteenth day of the other months.
A combining form from the Greek /, meaning private, personal, peculiar, distinct.
n.
An individual cell, differing greatly from its neighbours in regard to size, structure, or contents.
n.
Idiocracy.
pl.
of Idiocracy
n.
Peculiarity of constitution; that temperament, or state of constitution, which is peculiar to a person; idiosyncrasy.
a.
Alt. of Idiocratical
a.
Peculiar in constitution or temperament; idiosyncratic.

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