holograph vs manuscript what difference

what is difference between holograph and manuscript

English

Etymology

From holo- +‎ -graph.

Noun

holograph (plural holographs)

  1. (law, textual criticism) A handwritten document that is solely the work of the person whose signature it bears, especially a letter, deed, or will; an original manuscript, a protograph.
  2. A hologram.
    • 1966, Electronic Design (volume 14, issues 14-17, page 18)
      But when a holograph is placed backwards in its holder and illuminated with laser light, it can produce a real image []
    • 1972, Army Research and Development (volumes 13-14, page 10)
      Producing a holograph involves illumination of an object through the use of intersecting laser beams.
    • 1983, Ellen Nevins, Encyclopedia of Computers and Electronics (page 108)
      Of course, it is impossible to show what a holograph is really like in a two dimensional picture such as this.

Translations

Verb

holograph (third-person singular simple present holographs, present participle holographing, simple past and past participle holographed)

  1. To record by means of holography.


English

Etymology

1597, from Medieval Latin manuscriptum (writing by hand), a calque of Germanic origin: compare Middle High German hantschrift, hantgeschrift (manuscript) (c. 1450), Old English handġewrit (what is written by hand, deed, contract, manuscript) (before 1150), Old Norse handrit (manuscript) (before 1300), equivalent to Latin manu (ablative of manus (hand)) + Latin scriptus (past participle of scribere (to write)). Not found in Classical Latin.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈmænjəˌskɹɪpt/
  • Hyphenation: man‧u‧script

Adjective

manuscript (not comparable)

  1. handwritten, or by extension manually typewritten, as opposed to being mechanically reproduced.

Translations

Noun

manuscript (plural manuscripts)

  1. A book, composition or any other document, written by hand (or manually typewritten), not mechanically reproduced.
  2. A single, original copy of a book, article, composition etc, written by hand or even printed, submitted as original for (copy-editing and) reproductive publication.

Synonyms

  • ms or ms.

Derived terms

  • manuscriptal
  • manuscription

Synonyms

  • handwrit
  • autograph
  • handwriting

Related terms

  • script
  • typescript

Translations


Dutch

Etymology

From Medieval Latin manuscrīptum (writing by hand), neuter of manuscrīptus.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˌmaː.nyˈskrɪpt/
  • Hyphenation: man‧u‧script

Noun

manuscript n (plural manuscripten, diminutive manuscriptje n)

  1. A manuscript, written (not printed) text or composition
  2. A manuscript submitted for reproductive publication

Synonyms

  • (not reproduced) handschrift

Descendants

  • Afrikaans: manuskrip
  • Indonesian: manuskrip

Middle French

Noun

manuscript m (plural manuscripts)

  1. manuscript

Descendants

  • French: manuscrit

Romanian

Noun

manuscript n (plural manuscripte)

  1. Alternative form of manuscris

Declension


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