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Writing in English
act of marking on a substance with symbols or letters; literary work; document, manuscript; handwriting, penmanship; something written; style of writing mark with symbols and letters on a surface (with a pen, pencil, etc.); record, register; compose; carve, engrave; record data onto a storage medium (Computers)

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Writing in Greek
συγγραφή, γραφή, έγγραφο, γράψιμο, σύνθεση, αναγραφή, σύγγραμμα συγγράφω, συνθέτω, γράφω

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Writing in Chinese (s)
笔迹, 著述, 作品 书写, 写, 著述; 写, 写信, 写字

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Writing in Chinese (t)
筆跡, 著述, 作品 書寫, 寫, 著述; 寫, 寫信, 寫字

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Writing in Arabic
كتابة; عمل أدبي; خط; أسلوب الكتابة كَتَبَ; خَطَّ; ألف; سجل, دوّن; وضع الألحان

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Writing in Spanish
escritura, artículo, escrito, grafismo escribir, redactar, tomar apuntes, anotar; enviar un escrito

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Writing in Russian
писание; почерк; письменность; письмо, документ; литературное произведение; стиль, форма; манера письма писать, написать, записывать, выписать; сочинять; диктовать на машинку, печатать на машинке; выражать; показывать, вводить информацию

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Writing in Dutch
geschrift; literair werk; correspondent; handschrift; het geschreven woord; schrijfstijl schrijven; opschrijven; op schrift stellen, componeren

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Writing in Portuguese
escrita; composição; manuscrito; escrito; estilo de escrita escrever; anotar; compor; inscrever

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Writing in Turkish
yazı yazma, yazarlık, yazı, makale, kitap, yazı şekli, el yazısı, yazı kâğıdı, kitabe yazı yazan, yazı yazmak, kaleme almak, kâğıda dökmek, yazı yazmak; bestelemek, yazarlık yapmak; mektup yazmak

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Writing in Italian
scrittura, lo scrivere; forma scritta; scritto; grafia, calligrafia; il fare lo scrittore scrivere; comporre; riempire, compilare; scrivere a; incidere, iscrivere; imprimere, fissare; (Inform) introdurre

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Writing in French
écriture, écrits de; écriture manuscrite; style écrire, inscrire; composer; tailler, sculper; graver; enregister; enregistrer des donnés dans un ordinateur (Informatique)

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Writing in German
Poesie; Text; Manuskript; Handschrift, druckend, schreibend schreiben; aufschreiben; (eine Symphonie verfassen); ein Gesetz erlassen

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Writing in Japanese
書くこと; 執筆; 書簡; 筆跡; 書かれた物; 書き方 書く(ペン, 鉛筆など); 記録する; 作曲する; 刻む; 記憶装置に記録する(コンピュータ)

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Writing in Hebrew
כתיבה; יצירה ספרותית; כתב; כתב-יד; דבר כתוב; סגנון כתיבה לכתוב; לרשום; לחבר (יצירה); לחקוק, לגלף; לרשום מידע באמצעי אחסון (מחשבים)

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Writing in Korean
집필; 문학작품; 서류; 필기; 글이 적혀 있는 것; 문체 글을 쓰다; 기록하다; 작문하다, 작곡하다; 새기다; (컴퓨터) 저장 매체에 정보를 기록하다

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Writing in Swedish
skrivande; verk; skrift; handstil; inskrift; stil skriva; skriva ned; författa (verk); rista

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Writing in English
Devanagari (Sanskrit) "Divine city writing," the alphabetic script of Aryan India, in which the Sanskrit language is usually written. The Devanagari alphabet and the art of writing it were kept secret for ages, and the dvijas (twice-born) and the dikshitas (initiates) alone were originally permitted to use this literary art. In India, as in many other countries which have been the seat of archaic civilizations, sacred and secret records were committed to the tablets of the mind, rather than to material tablets. Alone the priesthood invariably had, in addition to the mnemonic records, an ideographic or syllabic script which was used when considered convenient or necessary, mainly for intercommunication between themselves and brother-initiates speaking other tongues. This applied to ideographic characters which can be read with equal facility by those acquainted with them, whatever their spoken mother-tongue may be, and to written characters imbodying an archaic or sacred language, as was the case with the ancient Sanskrit. This is the main reason why these ancient peoples have so few allusions -- and sometimes no allusions at all -- to writing; in the civilizations of those far past times writing was not found to be a need and was kept as a sacred art for the temple scribes.
"Devanagari is as old as the Vedas, and held so sacred that the Brahmans, first under penalty of death, and later on, of eternal ostracism, were not even allowed to mention it to profane ears, much less to make known the existence of their secret temple libraries" (Five Years of Theosophy 360).
to be continue "Devanagari2 " Speech The vocal expression of thought in language, which implies the existence of mind which has reached self-consciousness on this plane, was not fully developed in mankind until the fourth root-race. The first root-race was devoid of mind on our plane; the second had a sound language of vowels, and its speech was largely onomatopoetic in character; the third developed in its beginning a speech which was little better than what are now known as animal sounds, but towards its end the first approximately fully developed human beings had monosyllabic speech, after the awakening of their minds by the manasaputras. Before that there was communication by what may be called thought-transference. After this monosyllabic speech, came the agglutinative, spoken by some Atlantean races, and then the inflectional language of the fifth root-race, represented by Sanskrit and its derivatives, and closely related languages such as Greek and Latin.
The great number and variety of languages is evidence of the great antiquity of the human race and its extensive division and subdivision. The elaborateness of languages spoken by so-called primitive peoples, especially their frequently highly complicated and extensive vocabulary, for which their modern representatives have but little use, shows that they are remnants of once highly civilized peoples.
That the priests of Atlantis addressed their gods in the language of those gods, is a mystical statement: they addressed the regents of the elements in the sound-language appropriate to the particular element. Vach is the mystic speech by which occult knowledge is communicated to man. See also LOGOS; MANTRAS; SOUND


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writing
\writ"ing\ (?), n.
1. the act or art of forming letters and characters on paper, wood, stone, or other material, for the purpose of recording the ideas which characters and words express, or of communicating them to others by visible signs.
2. anything written or printed; anything expressed in characters or letters; as: (a) any legal instrument, as a deed, a receipt, a bond, an agreement, or the like. (b) any written composition; a pamphlet; a work; a literary production; a book; as, the writings of addison. (c) an inscription. and pilate wrote a title and the writing was, jesus of nazareth, the king of the jews. xix. 19.
3. handwriting; chirography.
writing
book, a book for practice in penmanship.
writing
desk, a desk with a sloping top for writing upon; also, a case containing writing materials, and used in a similar manner.
writing
lark (zo?l.), the european yellow-hammer; -- so called from the curious irregular lines on its eggs. [prov. eng.]
writing
machine. same as typewriter.
writing
master, one who teaches the art of penmanship.
writing
obligatory (law), a bond.
writing
paper, paper intended for writing upon with ink, usually finished with a smooth surface, and sized.
writing
school, a school for instruction in penmanship.
writing
table, a table fitted or used for writing upon.
writing
n
1. the act of creating written works; "writing was a form of therapy for him"; "it was a matter of disputed authorship" [syn: authorship, composition, penning]


2. the work of a writer; anything expressed in letters of the alphabet (especially when considered from the point of view of style and effect); "the writing in her novels is excellent"; "that editorial was a fine piece of writing" [syn: written material, piece of writing]


3. (usually plural) the collected work of an author; "the idea occurs with increasing frequency in hemingway's writings"
4. letters or symbols written or imprinted on a surface to represent the sounds or words of a language; "he turned the paper over so the writing wouldn't show"; "the doctor's writing was illegible"
5. the activity of putting something in written form: "she did the thinking while he did the writing" [syn: committal to writing ]


writing
the art of writing must have been known in the time of the early pharaohs. moses is commanded "to write for a memorial in a book" (ex. 17:14) a record of the attack of amalek. frequent mention is afterwards made of writing (28:11, 21, 29, 36; 31:18; 32:15, 16; 34:1, 28; 39:6, 14, 30). the origin of this art is unknown, but there is reason to conclude that in the age of moses it was well known. the inspired books of moses are the most ancient extant writings, although there are written monuments as old as about b.c. 2000. the words expressive of "writing," "book," and "ink," are common to all the branches or dialects of the semitic language, and hence it has been concluded that this art must have been known to the earliest semites before they separated into their various tribes, and nations, and families. "the old testament and the discoveries of oriental archaeology alike tell us that the age of the exodus was throughout the world of western asia an age of literature and books, of readers and writers, and that the cities of palestine were stored with the contemporaneous records of past events inscribed on imperishable clay. they further tell us that the kinsfolk and neighbours of the israelites were already acquainted with alphabetic writing, that the wanderers in the desert and the tribes of edom were in contact with the cultured scribes and traders of ma'in [southern arabia]

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There is no account in the Bible of the origin of writing. That the Egyptians in the time of Joseph were acquainted with writing of a certain kind there is evidence to prove, but there is nothing to show that up to this period the knowledge extended to the Hebrew family. At the same time there is no evidence against it. Writing is first distinctly mentioned in (Exodus 17:14) and the connection clearly implies that it was not then employed for the first time but was so familiar as to be used for historic records. It is not absolutely necessary to infer from this that the art of writing was an accomplishment possessed by every Hebrew citizen. If we examine the instances in which writing is mentioned in connection with individuals, we shall find that in all cases the writers were men of superior position. In (Isaiah 29:11,12) there is clearly a distinction drawn between the man who was able to read and the man who was not, and it seems a natural inference that the accomplishments of reading and writing were not widely spread among the people, when we find that they are universally attributed to those of high rank or education-kings, priests, prophets and professional scribes. In the name Kirjathsepher (book-town), (Joshua 15:15) there is an indication of a knowledge of writing among the Phoenicians. The Hebrews, then, a branch of the great Semitic family, being in possession of the art of writing, according to their own historical records, at a very early period, the further questions arise, what character they made use of, and whence they obtained it. Recent investigations have shown that the square Hebrew character is of comparatively modern date, and has been formed from a more ancient type by a gradual process of development. What then was this ancient type? Most probably the Phoenician. Pliny was of opinion that letters were of Assyrian origin. Dioderus Siculus (v. 74) says that the Syrians invented letters, and from them the Phoenicians, having learned them transferred them to the Greeks. According to Tacitus (Ann. xi. 14,, Egypt was believed to be the source whence the Phoenicians got their knowledge. Be this as it may, to the Phoenicians, the daring seamen and adventurous colonizers of the ancient world the voice of tradition has assigned the honor of the invention of letters. Whether it came to them from an Aramean or an Egyptian source can at best he but the subject of conjecture. It may, however, be reasonably inferred that the ancient Hebrews derived from or shared with the Phoenicians the knowledge of writing and the use of letters. The names of the Hebrew letters indicate that they must have been the invention of a Shemitic people, and that they were moreover a pastoral people may be inferred from the same evidence. But whether or not the Phoenicians were the inventors of the Shemitic alphabet, there can be no doubt of their just claim to being its chief disseminators; and with this understanding we may accept the genealogy of alphabets as given by Gesenius, and exhibited in the accompanying table. The old Semitic alphabets may he divided into two principal classes:
→ The Phoenician as it exists in the inscriptions in Cyprus, Malta, Carpentras, and the coins of Phoenicia and her colonies. From it are derived the Samaritan and the Greek character.
→ The Hebrew-Chaldee character; to which belong the Hebrew square character; the which has some traces of a cursive hand; the Estrangelo, or ancient Syriac; and the ancient Arabic or Cufic. It was probably about the first or second century after Christ that the square character assumed its present form; though in a question involved in so much uncertainty it is impossible to pronounce with great positiveness. The alphabet .-The oldest evidence on the subject of the Hebrew alphabet is derived from the alphabetical psalms and poems: Psal 25,34,37,111,112,119,145; (Proverbs 31:10-31; Lamentations 1:1-4) From these we ascertain that the number of the letters was twenty-two, as at present. The Arabic alphabet originally consisted of the same number. It has been argued by many that the alphabet of the Phoenicians at first consisted of only sixteen letters. The legend, as told by Pliny (vii. 56), is as follows; Cadmus brought with him into Greece sixteen letters; at the time of the Trojan war Palamedes added four others, theta, epsilon, phi, chi, and Simonides of Melos four more dzeta, eta, psi, omega. Divisions of words.-Hebrew was originally written, like most ancient languages, without any divisions between the words. The same is the case with the Phoenician inscriptions, The various readings in the LXX. show that, at the version was made, in the Hebrew MSS. which the translators used the words were written in a continuous series. The modern synagogue rolls and the MSS. of the Samaritan Pentateuch have no vowel-points, but the words are divided, and the Samaritan in this respect differs hut little from the Hebrew. Writing materials, etc.-The oldest documents which contain the writing of a Semitic race are probably the bricks of Nineveh and Babylon, on which are impressed the cuneiform Syrian inscriptions. There is, however, no evidence that they were ever used by the Hebrews. It is highly probable that the ancient as well as the most common material which the Hebrews used for writing was dressed skin in some form or other. We know that the dressing of skins was practiced by the Hebrews, (Exodus 25:5; Leviticus 13:48) and they may have acquired the knowledge of the art from the Egyptians, among whom if had attained great perfection, the leather-cutters constituting one of the principal subdivisions of the third caste. Perhaps the Hebrews may have borrowed among their either acquirements, the use of papyrus from the Egyptians, but of this we have no positive evidence. In the Bible the only allusions to the use of papyrus are in (2 John 1:12) where chartes (Authorized Version "paper") occurs, which refers especially to papyrus paper, and 3 Macc. 4:20, where charteria is found in the same sense. Herodotus, after telling us that the Ionians learned the art of writing from the Phoenicians, adds that they called their books skins, because they made use of sheep-skins and goat-skins when short of paper. Parchment was used for the MSS. of the Pentateuch in the time of Josephus, and the membranae of (2 Timothy 4:13) were skins of parchment. It was one of the provisions in the Talmud that the law should be written on the skins of clean animals, tame or wild, or even of clean birds. The skins when written upon were formed into rolls (megilloth). (Psalms 40:7) comp. Isai 34:4; Jere 36:14; Ezek 2:9; Zech 5:1 They were rolled upon one or two sticks and fastened with a thread, the ends of which were sealed. (Isaiah 29:11; Daniel 12:4; Revelation 5:1) etc. The rolls were generally written on one side only, except in (Ezekiel 2:9; Revelation 5:1) They were divided into columns (Authorized Version "leaves,") (Jeremiah 36:23) the upper margin was to be not less than three fingers broad, the lower not less than four; and a space of two fingers breadth was to be left between every two columns. But besides skins, which were used for the more permanent kinds of writing, tablets of wood covered with wax, (Luke 11:63) served for the ordinary purposes of life. Several of these were fastened together and formed volumes. They were written upon with a pointed style, (Job 19:24) sometimes of iron. (Psalms 45:1; Jeremiah 8:8; 17:1) For harder materials a graver, (Exodus 32:4; Isaiah 8:1) was employed. For parchment or skins a reed was used. (3 John 1:13) 3 Macc. 5:20. The ink, (Jeremiah 36:18) literally "black," like the Greek melan, (2 Corinthians 3:3; 2 John 1:12; 3 John 1:13) was of lampblack dissolved in gall-juice. It was carried in an inkstand which was suspended at the girdle, (Ezekiel 9:2,3) as is done at the present day in the East. To professional scribes there are allusions in (Ezra 7:8; Psalms 45:1) 2 Esdr. 14:24.
  

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n. pIqaD

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Writing is a medium of communication that represents language through the inscription of signs and symbols. In most languages, writing is a complement to speech or spoken language. Within a language system, writing relies on many of the same structures as speech, such as vocabulary, grammar and semantics, with the added dependency of a system of signs or symbols, usually in the form of a formal alphabet. The result of writing is generally called text, and the recipient of text is called a reader. Motivations for writing include publication, storytelling, correspondence and diary. Writing has been instrumental in keeping history, dissemination of knowledge through the media and the formation of legal systems. Under the influence of technologies such as data storage and computer networks, the pace of correspondence and potential for collaboration increased.

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Meaning
An unavoidable disaster is foretold.
Origin
From The Bible. Daniel 5.5. In the same hour came forth fingers of a man's hand, and wrote over against the candlestick upon the plaster of the wall of the king's palace: and the king saw the part of the hand that wrote.

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Noun
1. the act of creating written works; "writing was a form of therapy for him"; "it was a matter of disputed authorship"
(synonym) authorship, composition, penning
(hypernym) verbal creation
(hyponym) drafting
(derivation) write, compose, pen, indite
(class) write, compose, pen, indite
2. the work of a writer; anything expressed in letters of the alphabet (especially when considered from the point of view of style and effect); "the writing in her novels is excellent"; "that editorial was a fine piece of writing"
(synonym) written material, piece of writing
(hypernym) written communication, written language
(hyponym) bowdlerization, bowdlerisation
(part-meronym) epilogue, epilog
3. (usually plural) the collected work of an author; "the idea occurs with increasing frequency in Hemingway's writings"
(hypernym) written communication, written language
(hyponym) patristics, patrology
(classification) plural, plural form
4. letters or symbols written or imprinted on a surface to represent the sounds or words of a language; "he turned the paper over so the writing wouldn't show"; "the doctor's writing was illegible"
(hypernym) written communication, written language
(hyponym) orthography, writing system
5. the activity of putting something in written form; "she did the thinking while he did the writing"
(synonym) committal to writing
(hypernym) activity
(hyponym) cryptography, coding, secret writing
(derivation) write
Verb
1. produce a literary work; "She composed a poem"; "He wrote four novels"
(synonym) compose, pen, indite
(hypernym) create verbally
(hyponym) draw
(entail) spell
(see-also) write out, write up
(verb-group) publish
(derivation) writer, author
(classification) writing, authorship, composition, penning
2. communicate or express by writing; "Please write to me every week"
(hypernym) communicate, intercommunicate
(hyponym) write in
(verb-group) drop a line
(derivation) writer
3. have (one's written work) issued for publication; "How many books did Georges Simenon write?"; "She published 25 books during her long career"
(synonym) publish
(hypernym) create verbally
(verb-group) compose, pen, indite
(derivation) writer, author
4. communicate (with) in writing; "Write her soon, please!"
(synonym) drop a line
(hypernym) correspond
(derivation) writer
5. communicate by letter; "He wrote that he would be coming soon"
(hypernym) communicate, intercommunicate
(verb-group) drop a line
(derivation) writer
6. write music; "Beethoven composed nine symphonies"
(synonym) compose
(hypernym) make, create
(hyponym) counterpoint
(classification) music
7. mark or trace on a surface; "The artist wrote Chinese characters on a big piece of white paper"
(hypernym) trace, draw, line, describe, delineate
(hyponym) stenograph
(derivation) writer
8. record data on a computer; "boot-up instructions are written on the hard disk"
(hypernym) record, tape
(hyponym) overwrite
(classification) computer science, computing
9. write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word); "He spelled the word wrong in this letter"
(synonym) spell
(hyponym) hyphenate, hyphen


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To dream that you are writing, foretells that you will make a mistake which will almost prove your undoing.

To see writing, denotes that you will be upbraided for your careless conduct and a lawsuit may cause you embarrassment.

To try to read strange writing, signifies that you will escape enemies only by making no new speculation after this dream.

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Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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Ysgnfiad = n. a writing Ysgrif = n. a notch; a writing Ysgrifen = n. a piece of writing Ysgrifeniad = n. a writing

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Fear of writing or handwriting Fear of writing in public Fear of words

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Derrida 's term for any human production that stays around after the "author" has left to continue to influence the way in which we think or act even though we cannot interact with the author about the written work.  See, especially, Of Grammatology, p. 11.

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(p. pr. & vb. n.)
of Write
   (n.)
The act or art of forming letters and characters on paper, wood, stone, or other material, for the purpose of recording the ideas which characters and words express, or of communicating them to others by visible signs.
   (n.)
Handwriting; chirography.
   (n.)
Anything written or printed; anything expressed in characters or letters
   (n.)
Any written composition; a pamphlet; a work; a literary production; a book; as, the writings of Addison.
   (n.)
Any legal instrument, as a deed, a receipt, a bond, an agreement, or the like.
   (n.)
An inscription.
  

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The act or art of tracing or inscribing on a surface letters or ideographs.

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The art of writing must have been known in the time of the early Pharaohs. Moses is commanded "to write for a memorial in a book" (Ex. 17:14) a record of the attack of Amalek. Frequent mention is afterwards made of writing (28:11, 21, 29, 36; 31:18; 32:15, 16; 34:1, 28; 39:6, 14, 30). The origin of this art is unknown, but there is reason to conclude that in the age of Moses it was well known. The inspired books of Moses are the most ancient extant writings, although there are written monuments as old as about B.C. 2000. The words expressive of "writing," "book," and "ink," are common to all the branches or dialects of the Semitic language, and hence it has been concluded that this art must have been known to the earliest Semites before they separated into their various tribes, and nations, and families. "The Old Testament and the discoveries of Oriental archaeology alike tell us that the age of the Exodus was throughout the world of Western Asia an age of literature and books, of readers and writers, and that the cities of Palestine were stored with the contemporaneous records of past events inscribed on imperishable clay. They further tell us that the kinsfolk and neighbours of the Israelites were already acquainted with alphabetic writing, that the wanderers in the desert and the tribes of Edom were in contact with the cultured scribes and traders of Ma'in [Southern Arabia], and that the 'house of bondage' from which Israel had escaped was a land where the art of writing was blazoned not only on the temples of the gods, but also on the dwellings of the rich and powerful.", Sayce. (See DEBIR ¯T0000995; PHOENICIA.) The "Book of the Dead" was a collection of prayers and formulae, by the use of which the souls of the dead were supposed to attain to rest and peace in the next world. It was composed at various periods from the earliest time to the Persian conquest. It affords an interesting glimpse into the religious life and system of belief among the ancient Egyptians. We learn from it that they believed in the existence of one Supreme Being, the immortality of the soul, judgement after death, and the resurrection of the body. It shows, too, a high state of literary activity in Egypt in the time of Moses. It refers to extensive libraries then existing. That of Ramessium, in Thebes, e.g., built by Rameses II., contained 20,000 books. When the Hebrews entered Canaan it is evident that the art of writing was known to the original inhabitants, as appears, e.g., from the name of the city Debir having been at first Kirjath-sepher, i.e., the "city of the book," or the "book town" (Josh. 10:38; 15:15; Judg. 1:11). The first mention of letter-writing is in the time of David (2 Sam. 11:14, 15). Letters are afterwards frequently spoken of (1 Kings 21:8, 9, 11; 2 Kings 10:1, 3, 6, 7; 19:14; 2 Chr. 21:12-15; 30:1, 6-9, etc.).

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WRITING - The act of forming by the hand letters or characters of a particular kind on paper or other suitable substance, and artfully putting them together so as to co nvey ideas. It differs from printing, which is the formation of words on paper or other proper substance by means of a stamp. Sometimes by writing ii understood printing, and sometimes printing and writing mixed.

Many contracts are required to be in writing; all deeds for real estate must be in writing, for it cannot be conveyed by a contract not in writing, yet it is the constant practice to make deeds partly in printing, and partly in writing. Wills, except nuncupative wills, must begin writing, and signed by the testator; and nuncupative wills must be reduced to writing by the witnesses within a limited time after the testator's death.

Records, bonds, bills of exchange and many other engagements, must, from their nature, be made in writing.

WRITING OBLIGATORY - A bond; an agreement reduced to writing, by which the party becomes bound to perform something, or suffer it to be done.
   

This entry contains material from Bouvier's Legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

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Writing in Greek
γράψιμο ανάγνωση και γραφή

Dictionary source: Tapsis English Greek dictionary
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(Lex**) γραφές

Dictionary source: English-Greek Technical Dictionary
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Ουσ. γραφή, γράψιμο//
συγγραφή//
στύλ γραφής, ύφος γραφής//
γραφικός χαρακτήρας//
το σύνολο της παραγωγης συγραφέα//
σύγγραμμα
Ρημ. γράφω//
γράφω επιστολή, επικοινωνώ με γράμμα//
συγγράφω//
αποθηκεύω σε υπολογιστή δεδομένα

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Writing in Esperanto
n. skribajxo, skribo, verkajxo


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skribajxo, skribo, verkajxo

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Writing in Afrikaans
skrif

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Writing in Luxembourgish
nn - Schreiwen; nf - Schrëft (pl. Schrëften)

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Writing in Interlingua
scriptura, scripto scriptorio bloco papiro de scriber, papiro de litteras

Dictionary source: Concise English Interlingua Dictionary
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Writing in Arabic

N
كتابة خط رسالة ، مذكرة كتاب ، مؤلف قطعة موسيقية صك ، عقد اسلوب ادبى او موسيقى صناعة الكتابة اوالتأليف

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اسْم : كتابة . خطّ . كتاب . مؤلَّف . صناعة الكتابة أو التأليف

فِعْل : يكتب . يؤلّف . ينظم
ورق الكتابة

Dictionary source: Concise English-Arabic Dictionary
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كِتابَة

Dictionary source: English to Arabic Medical Dictionary
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ألاسم

أسْلُوب ( التَّعْبِيرِ , الكِتَابَةِ , التَّأْلِيف ; إِعْراب ( عن ) ; تَعْبِيرٌ ( عَنْ ) ; خَطّ ; سِيَاق ; صَوْغ ; صِيَاغَة ; كِتَابَة

الفعل

حَبَّرَ ; خَطَّ ; خَطَّطَ ; دَوَّنَ ; سَجَّلَ ; سَطَرَ ; سَطَّرَ ; قَيَّدَ ; كَتَبَ ; نَصَّ


ethar1@yahoo.com

Dictionary source: English to Arabic Dictionary
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Writing in Visayan
pagsulat

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Writing in Czech
psaní, písmo, spis, zaznamenání, zápis

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Writing in Indonesian
karangan

Dictionary source: English - Indonesian Dictionary
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menulis
my child #23

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tulisan

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Writing in Spanish
escritos | obra escrita | trabajo escrito | ensayo | verso | poesía | drama | escritura | redacción | autoría | composición | creación | produción | manuscrito v.- escribir | redactar | formular (recetas médicas) | componer

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escritura

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vender o lanzar una opción lanzamiento de una call option sin la especie presagio de desgracia, advertencia de peligro, lo que se avecina, lo que se prepara despacho

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(v.) = escribir, redactar, confeccionar.

Def: Verbo irregular: pasado wrote, participio written.
Ex: A paraphrase is an interpretation of the concepts featured in a document, written in the language of the writer of the paraphrase.
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* be nothing to write home (to mom) about = no valer gran cosa, no ser nada del otro mundo, no ser nada especial, no estar/ser (como) para tirar cohetes.
* co-write [cowrite] = escribir en colaboración.
* rewrite [re-write] = nueva redacción, reescribir, volver a escribir, volver a formular, reformular.
* underwrite = financiar.
* write about = escribir sobre.
* write + agreement = firmar acuerdo.
* write + a paper = escribir un artículo.
* write down = escribir.
* write + essay = escribir un trabajo.
* write + grant = solicitar una subvención.
* write-once = de una sola escritura.
* write-once-read-many (WORM) = WORM (de una grabación y de lectura múltiple).
* write + piece = escribir un artículo.
* write + proposal = redactar una petición de subvención.
* write + reams (and reams) = escribir un montón de, escribir una pila de, escribir volúmenes y volúmenes, escribir páginas y páginas.
* write + screeds (and screeds) = escribir volúmenes y volúmenes, escribir páginas y páginas.
* write + sense = escribir con sentido.
* write up = escribir, redactar.
(n.) = composición, escritura, redacción.
Ex: This is a project for collaboration in formal report writing based on current social theories of writing.
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* academic writing = composición académica, composición científica.
* at the time of writing = en el momento de escribir estas líneas.
* book-writing machine = máquina de escribir libros.
* brain-writing = composición por confrontación de ideas.
* collaborative writing = autoría en colaboración, autoría conjunta.
* creative writing = creatividad literaria, composición original, escritura creativa.
* fiction writing = narrativa.
* grant writing = solicitud de subvenciones.
* hack writing = escritura barata.
* handwriting = escritura a mano, letra de mano.
* imaginative writing = literatura de ficción.
* in writing = por escrito, escrito.
* letter writing = redacción de cartas, escritura de cartas.
* playwriting = dramática, arte y técnica de escribir obras de teatro.
* report writing = elaboración de informes, redacción de informes.
* research writing = redacción científica.
* résumé writing = redacción de CVs.
* rewriting [re-writing] = reelaboración.
* scientific writing = redacción científica.
* script-writing [scriptwriting] = redacción de guiones, programación.
* selected writings = selección de textos.
* songwriting [song-writing] = composición de canciones, componer canciones.
* technical writing = redacción de informes técnicos, redacción científica.
* the (hand)writing + be + on the wall = ver Algo venir, anticipar Algo, ver lo que + avecinarse, ser algo inevitable, tener los días contados, verle las orejas al lobo, las cosas + estar + claras.
* the writing on the wall = la evidencia, las pruebas, indicio.
* typewriting = mecanografía, escritura a máquina.
* writing aid = herramienta de ayuda a la escritura.
* writing board arm = brazo de silla para escribir.
* writing desk = escritorio, mesa de despacho, mesa de trabajo.
* writing homework = deberes escritos.
* writing paper = papel de escribir.
* writing skills = técnicas de redacción, técnicas de composición escrita.
* writing style = estilo, estilo literario, forma de escribir.
* writing system = sistema de escritura.
* writing tools = ayudas para la escritura.
* writing workshop = taller de trabajo sobre composición.
(n.) = escrito, producción.
Ex: His library, a rare survival of the Graeco-Roman period, comprised his own writings and philosophical readings.
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* research writings = producción científica.


Dictionary source: English Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 7.7
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escritura, letra

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Writing in Russian
[n.]
1)
писание
in ~ в письменной форме
to commit to ~ записать
2) (литературное) произведение, книга, статья
3) документ
4) (attr.) писчий, для письма, письменный [v.] ([past.] wrote
[p.p.] written)
писать
to ~ large (small) крупно (мелко) писать {термин}
to ~ down
_.а) записывать
_.б) плохо отзываться в печати (о ком-л.)
_.в) описывать, изображать
to ~ off
_.а) легко и быстро (о)писать
_.б) послать письмо
_.в) аннулировать, списывать со счёта
to ~ out выписывать полностью
to ~ oneself исписаться, выдохнуться (о писателе)
to ~ up
_.а) подробно описывать
_.б) заканчивать, дописывать, доводить до сегодняшнего дня
_.в) рекламировать, расхваливать (в печати)

Dictionary source: English-Russian Dictionary (Morteza)
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(n) записка; почерк; продажа опциона; произведение

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разборчивый почерк
письмена на стене; зловещее предзнаменование (о словах, написанных на стене во дворце Валтасара)
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Надпись на стене сделана указательным пальцем, обмакнутым в кровь.
Синоним: handwriting on the wall

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писчий

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1. n. 1. писание - at the present writing - in writing в письменной форме - writing down 2. (литературное) произведение; the writings of Jonathan Swift - произведения Джонатана Свифта 3. документ 4. почерк 5. стиль, форма (литературного произведения); манера письма - the writing on the wall 2. a. писчий; для письма; письменный

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Writing in Dutch
geschrift, schriftuur

Dictionary source: English-Dutch Online Dictionary
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schrift inlezen; opnemen in programma; schrijven

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Writing in Portuguese
arte de escrever, literatura, ato de escrever, produção literária, atividade literária, redação (writing skill)
Sopa no Mel antever os acontecimentos fatais (alusão a Daniel 5:5, 25-8)
Sopa no Mel (=writing table) escrivaninha
Sopa no Mel balcão de escrever
Sopa no Mel

Dictionary source: Ivo Korytowski's English-Portuguese Translator's Dictionary
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escrita

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Writing in Turkish
n.yazı:v.yaz:prep.yazarak

Dictionary source: English Turkish Dictionary
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yazi; yazma; yazarlik; el yazisi

Dictionary source: English Turkish Dictionary (M. Yildiz)
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i. 1. el yazısı. 2. yazılı eser, yazı. 3. yazı yazma.

Dictionary source: Saja English Turkish Dictionary
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i. 1. el yazısı. 2. yazılı eser, yazı. 3. yazı yazma.

Dictionary source: English Turkish Dictionary (Magnetron)
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Yazılan:(MAC)

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n.yazı:v.yaz:prep.yazarak

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Writing in Thai
ns. ไร้ติง (บังคับ)
1. การเขียน : He is busy with his writing.
2. ลายลักษณ์อักษร ตัวหนังสือ ลายมือ
3. หนังสือ บทประพันธ์ : We have read all of his writing.

Dictionary source: English - Thai Dictionary (Loy)
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(ไร'ทิง) n. การเขียน,การเขียนหนังสือ,การเขียนจดหมาย,การแต่งหนังสือ,สิ่งที่เขียน,แบบเขียน,การเขียน,ตัวหนังสือ,ตัวเขียน,หนังสือสลัก,จดหมาย,เอกสาร -Phr. (writing on the wall คัดลายมือ เครื่องเตือนสติ) คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: calligraphy

Dictionary source: Eci English Thai Dictionary
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การเขียน,ลายลักษณ์อักษร,ลายมือ,หนังสือ

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Writing in Vietnamese

['raitiɳ]

◊ danh từ

▪ sự viết, sự viết tay, sự viết lách

◦ to be busy in writing : bận viết

▪ kiểu viết, lối viết; chữ viết

▪ bản viết tay; bản ghi chép, tài liệu

◦ the evidence was put down in writing : bằng chứng được ghi bằng tài liệu giấy tờ

▪ tác phẩm, sách, bài báo

◦ the writings of Shakespeare : tác phẩm của Sếch-xpia

▪ nghề viết sách, nghề viết văn, nghiệp bút nghiên

▪ thuật viết, thuật sáng tác

▫ the writing on the wall

▪ điềm gở



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Writing in Italian
tratto, scrittura

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vergare, scrittura

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Writing in Romanian
scriere

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1. scris , scriere ; caligrafie ; fel de a scrie
2. scris , activitate scriitoriceasca
3. scriere , opera , lucrare
4. inscriptie
5. stil , mod de a scrie

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(gen) scris de mână
   (poligr) mapă de scrisori
  

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scris; scriere

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conventie scrisa; document scris; inscriptie; lucrare, opera, scriere; scris, fel de a scrie; stil

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Writing in Catalan
s escriptura
Informàtica
Def. del Termcat: Acció i efecte de fixar una informació en un dispositiu de memòria o en un suport. v escriure
Informàtica
Def. del Termcat: Fixar una informació en un dispositiu de memòria o en un suport.

Dictionary source: English Catalan Neologism Dictionary
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f escripturaloc s'està escrivint

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s escriptura
Informàtica
Def. del Termcat: Acció i efecte de fixar una informació en un dispositiu de memòria o en un suport. v escriure

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Writing in Polish
pisanie

Dictionary source: English Polish Dictionary
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manuskrypt; tekst; rękopis; poezjapisząc; wydając pisać; napisać; zredagować

Dictionary source: English Polish Dictionary 0.15
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Writing in French
writing ['raNtNE] n
(a)(action) écriture f;
the art of writing, l'art de l'écriture;
I'm very bad about letter writing, je suis très mauvais correspondant;
at the time of writing, au moment où j'écris ou il écrit etc;
Journ at the time of writing, à l'heure où nous rédigeons ceci;
that's my writing, (handwriting) c'est mon écriture;
his writing is bad, (illegible) il écrit mal;
Fig the writing on the wall, un avertissement (d'une catastrophe imminente);
the writing is on the wall, la catastrophe est imminente;
the writing was on the wall for the Roman Empire, la fin de l'empire romain était imminente;
in writing, (coucher, répondre) par écrit;
agreement in writing, convention par écrit;
to put something in writing, mettre quelque chose par écrit;
can I have that in writing?, est-ce que vous pouvez me mettre cela par écrit?;
to commit the facts to writing, consigner les faits par écrit;
to take up writing, (of author) se mettre à l'écriture;
writing case, correspondancier m;
writing desk or table, pupitre m, bureau m, secrétaire m;
writing pad, bloc correspondance m, pl blocs correspondance;
writing paper, papier m à lettres;
(b)(work) ouvrage m littéraire;
the writings of an author, les écrits mpl ou l'œuvre m d'un auteur;
a fine piece of writing, (passage) un beau morceau; (work) une œuvre bien écrite;
(c)(style) style m, manière f d'écrire;
his writing has matured, son style a mûri.

Dictionary source: English French Dictionary (Kelkouli Rédha)
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écrit, écrivant, écriture

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Writing in Bulgarian
писане; пишещ; писание; написване;

Dictionary source: English-Bulgarian Dictionary
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['raiti¶] n 1. писане; in ~ писмено, в писмена форма; to put

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['raiti¤] n 1. писане; in ~ писмено, в писмена форма; to put in ~ записвам; 2. pl литературни произведения, трудове, съчинения, писания; 3. писмен документ; 4. почерк; 5.маниер на писане; стил; 6. attr писателски; at this (present) ~ сега, когато пиша тези редове; the ~ on the wall прен. зловещo предзнаменование.

Dictionary source: English Bulgarian Dictionary
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Writing in Croatian
pisaći

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pisanje , pismo , rukopis , ono što je napisano , članak , književno djelo , grafija

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dokument

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Writing in German
schreibend, schreiben, schreibend, schreibenden

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Writing in Persian
نوشتن تشخيص دست نوشته

Dictionary source: English Persian Computer Dictionary
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خط، دستخط، نوشته‌، نوشتجات‌، نويسندگي‌ميز تحرير حكم‌، نوشته‌، ورقه‌، سند

Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Text )
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اين پيام هنگامي ظاهر مي‌گردد كه چاپگر شما يا پيكربندي آن با مشكلي مواجه شده است‌. چند راه حل اين مشكل عبارتند از:
مطمئن شويد كه چاپگر شما روشن و منتظر دريافت‌ اطلاعات‌ است‌.
مطمئن شويد كه چاپگر شما كاغذ دارد، در غير اين صورت‌، سيني كاغذ را پر كنيد.
مطمئن شويد كه كاغذ در چاپگر شما گير نكرده است‌.
تمامي اتصالات‌ كابل چاپگر را امتحان كنيد و اطمينان حاصل كنيد كه دو سر آن محكم بسته شده‌اند.
اگر اين راه حل‌هاي ساده مشكل شما را حل نكرد، پيكربندي چاپگرتان را امتحان كنيد


Dictionary source: English Persian Computer Encyclopedia
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Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Graphics)
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دستخط،نوشته ،نوشتجات ،نويسندگى ،ميز تحرير
 کلمات مرتبط(22)  کلمات مرتبط(writing):



بازگشت به واژه writing


an illegible writing 
automatic writing 
 cramp hand writing 
 he has a good writing 
i am strange to that writing 
 i am weary of writing 
in his own hand writing 
 in writing 
 leetter writing 
letter-writing 
 mirror writing 
mirror writing shadow reading 
 picture writing 
picture-writing 
 that writing is strange to me 
tired of writing 
 to commit to writing 
to reduce to writing 
writing desk 
 writing obligatory 
writing pad 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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خط‌ ، دستخط‌ ، نوشته‌ ، نوشتجات‌ ، نويسندگي‌ كتبا با اين‌خط‌ اشنا نيستيم‌ ميز تحرير نوك‌ نويسنده‌ دسته‌يادداشت‌،زيردستي‌،زير مشقي‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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üً¢÷¨‏ّ÷ ٹ –‘›—ھّ÷ ٹ ù—ھّ÷ ٹ ¯،—¨¢ ٹ ¯،an illegible w.=–¨‏÷ ‘÷گّ،ùîü¯،cramp hand w.=ôû¤“ ّ ôû¤¢ ¯،in w.=‘“—îleetter w.=ü¨‏ّ÷ £è‘îٹ‘ھ÷گٹü¨‏ّ÷ ùُ‘÷ٹ‎¤‘ً÷ùُ‘÷picture w.=‎¤‏ّ¬— ¯، ٹ ‎¤‘ً÷ ¤‏ّ¬—that w. is stra=ô‏—¨‏÷ ‘÷ھگ ¯،ِ‏گ ‘“tired of w.=ِ—ھّ÷ ¥گù—¨،to commit to w.=ِ¢¤ّگ £è‘î üّ¤to reduce to w.=ِ¢¤î –“™ٹِ¢¤î ¯“®ٹِ¢¤ّگ £è‘î ‎ّ¤ٹِ—ھّ÷ ‘“—î ô‏—¨‏÷ ‘÷ھگ ¯،ِ‏گ ‘“ ¤‏¤ں— ¥‏ُ ù¢÷¨‏ّ÷ يّ÷ üىھُ ¤‏¥ٹü—¨¢¤‏¥ٹ–ھگ¢¢‘‏ù—¨¢

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Writing in Hmong
v. Tab tom sau ntawvn. Chav xyaum sau ntawv; kev tab tom sau ntawv

Dictionary source: English Hmong Dictionary
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Writing in Hungarian
írásmód, írásművészet, irodalmi alkotás, írás, mű

Dictionary source: English-Hungarian Dictionary
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irat; mű; írás; írásmű

Dictionary source: English-Hungarian Dictionary (Száraz)
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írás

Dictionary source: English Hungarian Dictionary (Csorvassy)
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Writing in Serbian
Pismeno-Knjizevno Delo-Dokument-Zvanic. Isprava-Pisanje

Dictionary source: English Serbian Dictionary
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Writing in Albanian
duke shkruar

Dictionary source: English-Albanian Dictionary (ARDi X)
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[raiting] n.,adj. -n 1. shkrim; I couldn't read your writing s'ta mora dot vesh shkrimin; put something in writing hedh në letër diçka; get sb's permission in writing ia marr me shkrim lejën dikujt. 2. shënim, shkrim (në mur etj). 3. shkrime; punë shkrimtari; earn a lot from writing fitoj mjaft nga shkrimet. 4. shkrime, vepra; the writings of Barletti veprat e Barletit. 5. të shkruar, shkrim (i një libri etj)./-adj. shkrimi.

writing case [raiting keis] n. Br. takëm shkrimi
writing desk [raiting desk] n. tryezë shkrimi, tavolinë pune
writing pad [raiting pæd] n. bllok shënimesh
writing paper [raiting 'peipë:(r)] n. letër shkrimi
writing table [raiting teibël] n. tryezë shkrimi, tavolinë pune
[rait] v. (wrote; written) 1. shkruaj; how is it written? si shkruhet kjo (fjalë)? 2. let. shkruaj (libër etj); hartoj, bëj (fjalor); he writes for 'The Guardian' ai shkruan për gazetën 'The Guardian'. 3. muz. kompozoj. 4. (for) shkruaj letër (për të kërkuar diçka); we had written for a form patëm kërkuar me letër të na dërgonin një formular.

write away for [rait ë'wei fo:] treg. etj. porosis me letër, dërgoj porosi me shkrim (për një mall, formular)
write back [rait bæk] kthej përgjigje
write down [rait daun] a) shkruaj; b) shënoj, mbaj shënim; c) fig. quaj, konsideroj; d) treg. i ul çmimin
write in [rait in] a) përfshij, fus, shtoj (në listë); b) amer. pol. shënoj emrin e një kandidati (që nuk figuron në fletën e votimit); c) dërgoj (letër) për një ankesë, kërkesë, sugjerim)
write-in ['raitin] adj.,n. amer. pol. -adj. i shtuar në fletën e votimit./-n. kandidat i shtuar në fletën e votimit (nga vetë votuesi)
write off [rait of] a) porosis me letër; kërkoj me letër; b) shkruaj shpejt-e-shpejt; c) fin. shlyej, i heq vizë, kaloj në humbjet (një borxh); d) fig. e quaj të humbur, i heq vizë; e) gj.fol. shpartalloj, bëj rrangallë (makinën etj. në një aksident)
write-off [raitof] n 1. treg. humbje, para të humbura; b) fin. zbritje nga taksat; c) rrangallë; d) fig. humbje kohe: the whole day was a write-off e gjithë dita shkoi dëm
write out [rait aut] a) shkruaj (emrin, adresën, faturën); b) mbush (çekun); c) kopjoj, hedh në të pastër
write up [rait ap] a) kërkoj/porosis me letër; b) freskoj, azhurnoj (shënimet); c) bëj relacion, relatoj; d) bëj një shkrim lavdërues
write-up ['raitap] n 1. përshkrim. 2. raport, relacion. 3. reçensë, shkrim kritik; the film got a good write-up u botua një shkrim vlerësues për filmin
writer ['raitë:] n 1. autor; shkrimtar. 2. letërshkrues. 3. artikullshkrues. • be a good writer a) jam shkrimtar i mirë; b) kam shkrim të mirë
writing [raiting] n.,adj. -n 1. shkrim; I couldn't read your writing s'ta mora dot vesh shkrimin; put something in writing hedh në letër diçka; get sb's permission in writing ia marr me shkrim lejën dikujt. 2. shënim, shkrim (në mur etj). 3. shkrime; punë shkrimtari; earn a lot from writing fitoj mjaft nga shkrimet. 4. shkrime, vepra; the writings of Barletti veprat e Barletit. 5. të shkruar, shkrim (i një libri etj)./-adj. shkrimi
writing case [raiting] n. Br. takëm shkrimi
writing desk [raiting desk] n. tryezë shkrimi, tavolinë pune
writing pad [raiting pæd] n. bllok shënimesh
writing paper [raiting 'peipë:(r)] n. letër shkrimi
writing table [raiting teibël] n. tryezë shkrimi, tavolinë pune
written ['ritën] adj 1. i shkruar; written English anglishte e shkruar. 2. me shkrim
written exam ['ritën ig'zæm] n. provim me shkrim
written evidence ['ritën 'evidëns] n. prova, dokumente




Dictionary source: English-Albanian Dictionary (Bujar.S)
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të shkruarit

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Writing in Mongolian
n. 1. ном зохиол. 2. бичиг баримт. writing-paper n. бичгийн цаас. writing-table n. бичгийн ширээ. written see write.

Dictionary source: Temuka's English-Mongolian Dictionary
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үсэг, бичиг, гарын үсэг, зохиол, ном, баримт

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Writing in Swedish
skrift, skrivning, skriftligt

Dictionary source: English-Swedish Geology Dictionary
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skriver, skrift

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Writing in Urdu
n. dast aaweyz/êbaarat/kitaab/kitaabat/naamah/nawiSHt/sabt/tasniif/taeHriir

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n.
1. the act ليکھ- لکھت- تحرير- نوشت- کتابت- لکھائي
2. anything written تصنيف- انشا- عبارت- نسخہ
3. (Law) نوشتہ- تحرير- دستاويز- قبالہ- تمسک- خط- کاغذ- وثيقہ- سند
4. a book کتاب- گرنتھ- پوتھي- پشتک
5. an inscription کتبہ


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Writing in Ukrainian
(n) почерк

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(n) процес створевання потенційного рельєфу

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