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  • Unicase (unicameral alphabet) | Definition and Translations

    An alphabet that doesn’t have different letter cases. This can relate to certain scripts (e.g. Arabic, Hebrew, Georgian), but also to certain typefaces where elements of a bicameral script like Latin are combined into one alphabet.

     

    French: Monocaméral
    German: einhäusiges Alphabet, unikameral
    Spanish: Monocaja

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Manuel Sesma Alexis B. Fernando Díaz Juanjo Lopez J-Gineste



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