bigram


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Noun1.bigram - a word that is written with two letters in an alphabetic writing system
written word - the written form of a word; "while the spoken word stands for something, the written word stands for something that stands for something"; "a craftsman of the written word"
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Although I and the Word Ways references haven't, you might also include in your search other official USPO overseas and Canadian bigram abbreviations, as did the wordnik website, adding aa, ab, ae, ap, as, be, cz, DC, fm, gu, mb, mp, nb, nl, nt, ns, nu, on, pe, pi, pr, pw, qc, sk, tt, yt and vi to your arsenal.
Three forms of Ngram are currently popular and include: unigram, bigram and trigram.
The statement reminded with various crimes against humanity and human rights that were committed by the United States in Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan as well as the American heinous crimes committed at Guantanamo, Bigram, Abu-Gheraib and other places, besides the victims of the American embargoes and interventions.
I asked Shaykh Sajid, Allah have mercy on his soul, to task brother Ilyas to prepare two groups - one in Pakistan and the other in the Bigram area of Afghanistan - with the mission of anticipating and spotting the visits of Obama or Petraeus to Afghanistan or Pakistan to target the aircraft of either one of them," bin Laden wrote.
Adjectives Type of Word Orthographic Bigram sentence frequency neighbors frequency wH oH 167.
The Bigram Indexing (BI) method as implemented in the Febrl record linkage system allows for fuzzy blocking.
They were there along with Russell Crowe and his brother Bigram [Zayas].
This means that a discussion of the bigram ka kua will precede the treatment of ka kua ga and ka kua go, and likewise a discussion of the bigram ka mo will precede the treatment of ka mo ga and ka mo go.
the 30 A words in Condition 1 and the 30 U words in Condition 2) chosen such that they were equal in number of letters, number of syllables, number of phonemes, Kucera and Francis (1967) frequency of occurrence, familiarity (Gernsbacher, 1984), and bigram frequency of the larger set they were drawn from.
These versions were matched for surface and lemma frequencies of the words, and for bigram frequency of the nonwords.
For example, for the unigram "externality" the y-axis would display "externality" as a percentage of all unigrams, whereas the bigram "negative externality" is displayed as a percentage of all bigrams.