орфограмма

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EtymologyEdit

From Greek ὀρθός ‎(ὀrthós) (straight, right, true) and γράμμα ‎(grámma) (letter, writing).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ɐrfɐˈɡram(ː)ə]

NounEdit

орфогра́мма ‎(orfográmmaf inan ‎(genitive орфогра́ммы, nominative plural орфогра́ммы)

  1. A spelling that is in accordance with orthographic rules, usually etymological or historical rather than phonetic.
  2. A consistently reproducible way to represent phonomorphological features of a given language in writing, such as -ого for the Russian masculine genitive singular of adjectives, instead of the phonetic spelling -ава: нового ‎(novovo) (nóvəvə).

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