Definition of holograph
: a document wholly in the handwriting of its author; also : the handwriting itself
holographicplay \ˌhō-lə-ˈgra-fik, ˌhä-\ adjective
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The team hopes to push the material to produce video quality holographs in the next two years, and the technology could be ready for your living room within the decade.
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Origin and Etymology of holograph
Late Latin holographus, from Late Greek holographos, from Greek holos whole, complete + graphein to write
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