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id·e·o·graph

 (ĭd′ē-ə-grăf′)
n.

id′e·o·graph′ic adj.
id′e·o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.

ideographic

(ˌɪdɪəˈɡræfɪk)
adj
(Linguistics) of or relating to ideographs or ideography
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Adj.1.ideographic - of or relating to or consisting of ideograms
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ideographic

[ˌɪdɪəˈgræfɪk] ADJideográfico
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The digital is ideographic in nature, just like a significant portion of Chinese characters.
The sheer number of characters (5000-8000 commonly used), the number of strokes and stroke combinations, the complex interplay between meaning and pronunciation, pictorial and ideographic representations, plus cognitive and affective challenges are powerful disincentives to the study and mastery of characters.
In order to accomplish these, the study adopted a triangulation of methodology - nomothetic and ideographic approaches.
Entailing verbal (oral and written language) and non-verbal signs (facial expressions, gestures, body movements, signs in the Portuguese language, sign language, pictures, drawings, systems of pictographic and ideographic symbols), the AAC enables such manifestations when being put to work in the language, and taken as a semiotic activity/task, they are meaningful and can be interpreted.
The author covers the historic antecedents of the movement, the question of heritage in terms of where the movement fits in the larger scheme of Western art history, the ideographic picture, the process of painting, and many other related subjects.
This theory asserts that the great body of the characters of the Chinese system of writing are not ideographic, or that they are so in part only, while they are also phonetic; that is, that they have been formed upon the plan of denoting the sound of the spoken words [.
Chapter Four examines the transmission of medical knowledge through different linguistic registers: primarily Nom, the ideographic script of Vietnamese, but also classical Chinese, and quoc ngu, the Romanized Vietnamese script.
Studies with the PQS follow two distinct, but complementary, lines: that of the prototypes, which adopts a nomothetic perspective for examining the relationship between the adherence of psychotherapies to ideal models (constructed through the responses to the items of the PQS of experts from different theoretical orientations) and the results of the treatment; and that of the interaction structures, which adopts an ideographic perspective for revealing the ways in which the patient and therapist interact over the course of the treatment (Smith-Hansen, Levy, Seybert, Erhardt, & Ablon, 2012).
The current study attempted to address this issue by employing a similar method and procedure to that of the previous study, except that instead of using generic words referring to "failures" and "successes," ideographic IRAPs were created based on the answers given by participants on the questionnaire that assessed behavior problems (see Appendix Table 1).
Here, the gods speak to humans through the artifice of a written language, which is in a strong sense ideographic.
However, the multiculturally competent counselor also must recognize that clients present with unique, ideographic manifestations of their cultural values that may differ from assumed cultural norms.
These communities' relationship with the human environment consists primarily of the way they, from certain value systems, ideographic, transcendental, subconscious and with an objective character "motives" (Durkheim, 1911: 437-453), which some are impossible to directly discern in the actual realities, but which are leading and necessarily presented in all conscious experiences of their members, give sense, appreciate and judge their personal situations or the collective facts of life.