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orthographic (adj.)

1660s, in reference to a type of perspective in drawings, etc., from ortho- "true, correct" + -graphic "of or pertaining to drawing" (see graphic (adj.)). Meaning "belonging to the writing of words with proper letters, relating to the spelling of words" is by 1709, from orthography + -ic. Related: Orthographically (used from 1610s in reference to spelling).

updated on August 27, 2022

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Definitions of orthographic from WordNet

orthographic (adj.)
of or relating to or expressed in orthography;
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