: a document wholly in the handwriting of its author
: the handwriting itself
- I own the holograph of Albert Jay Nock's marvelous book on Jefferson, and there are fewer corrections on an average page than I write into a typical column.
- —William F. Buckley Jr.
- But there's a stronger proof of humility in this particular copy, which carries an inscription in the author's holograph: "I am told there is a great deal of tosh in this book."
- —Eric Korn
or less commonly