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1. The name of ancient Greek and Roman shorthand systems; literally, “fast or speed writing”.
2. Cursive writing.
3. The art or practice of quick writing; variously applied to shorthand, and (in paleography) to cursive as distinguished from angular letters, to the Egyptian hieratic, and to the Greek and Latin writing of the Middle Ages with its many abbreviations and compendia.
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