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valsi toxsotiseira
type fu'ivla
creator krtisfranks
time entered Wed Feb 1 09:24:58 2017

Definition #69200 - Preferred [edit]
definition x1 is arranged and to be traced/read in the manner of reading modern Latin script for English (from side to side along a line segment, then suddenly jumping back to the original side but on a nonintersecting coparallel line segment and proceeding in the same direction, with gross movement being perpendicular to each of these line segments and in a constant direction), starting at point x2, jumping at points x3 (ordered list of pairs, the first term of which is the end point of one line segment and the second term of which is the starting point of the immediately following line segment), and ending at point x4.
notes No mention of "left-to-write, top-to-bottom", etc. (although these are examples). See also: bolstropfedo.
gloss words
created by krtisfranks
vote information 1
time Wed Feb 1 09:30:01 2017


krtisfranksGreek "τοξότης σειρά" (English translation "archer array/series/line"); syllable stress was lost; intentional use of "xs".[edit]
Simple English
Definition #69203 [edit]
definition x1 is arranged in parallel rows/lines, all read in the same direction, starting at x2, via jumps x3, ending at x4
notes x3 is a list of line-end, line-start pairs.
created by lalxu
vote information 1
time Thu Feb 2 20:57:02 2017


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