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hieroglyphics

noun   /ˌhaɪə.rəˈɡlɪf.ɪks/
a system of writing that uses pictures instead of words, especially as used in ancient Egypt escritura jeroglífica 1193
(Definition of hieroglyphics from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hieroglyphics

noun plural /haiərəˈɡlifiks/
(linguistics ) a form of writing used eg in ancient Egypt, in which pictures represent words and sounds. jeroglífico
hieroglyph noun
(linguistics) a picture or symbol that represents a sound, syllable, or word, used especially in Ancient Egyptian writing. jeroglífico
(Definition of hieroglyphics from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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