pictograph

[ pik-tuh-graf, -grahf ]SEE DEFINITION OF pictograph
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First, it is simply a representation of an object or a phenomenon, that is, a pictograph.

Such a figure occurs in the pictograph under consideration, where it occupies the position of the head.

Then, he drew with painstaking care a series of diagrams that repeated the information in pictograph form.

The pictograph cut into a rock or tree, or painted upon a buffalo-skin tent, was our only record of current or past events.

For example, the pictograph for mouth combined with pictograph for vapour expressed words.

It is printed with a sort of movable type, and each character is a pictograph or hieroglyph.

Anyone could read a document written in this pictograph form, if he had ever seen the objects to which the pictures referred.

Fig. 214 is an Ojibwa pictograph found in Schoolcraft, I, pl.

The Ojibwa pictograph for sun is seen in Fig. 169, taken from Schoolcraft, loc.

Fig. 211 is an Ojibwa pictograph taken from Schoolcraft, loc.

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