noun pa·sig·ra·phy \pəˈsigrəfē\

Definition of pasigraphy



  1. :  any of various proposed international written languages using signs (as mathematical symbols) to represent ideas rather than words; broadly :  an artificial international written language

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Origin and Etymology of pasigraphy

Greek pasi for all (dative plural of pant-, pas all) + -graphy — more at pan-

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