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of inscriptioninscriptive
(commonly used in its plural form: graffiti) drawing or writing which has been written or painted on a wall or other surface (usually in a public area), ancient inscription, written mark on wallgraffito
advance reservation, arrangement to perform, reserving in advance; recording, inscriptionbooking
ancient Celtic writing system, Celtic inscription, Celtic letter, ogamogham
ancient stone slab, central part of stems and roots, upright pillar with an inscription or design (used as a monument or marker), vascular cylinderstele
caption, celebrity, inscription, map key, modern myth, old stories, old story, story that has been handed down over generations and cannot be proved to be true or fictitious, tale, fable; collection of myths or fables; explanatory table for a map (or c...legend
clear patch in culture, deposit on surface of teeth, inscribed metal or stone, layer of bacteria accumulated on the teeth, plate, tablet board; honorary tablet, commemorative plate (usually bearing an inscription), small patch, small pin or broochplaque
compressed powdered drug for swallowing, inscribed stone or wooden slab, pill, capsule; pad of paper bound together at one end; flat piece of stone or other material bearing an inscription, sheet of material to write on, sheets of paper fastened togeth...tablet
delimitation; restriction; inscription on a coin, drawn shape, enclosing of something within geometrical shape, inscription round circular edge, restriction of powercircumscription
devotion, inscription, piece of music, setting apart; devotion; inscription (in a book, poem, etc.), setting asidededication
flower, flower; bunch of flowers, bouquet; short poetic verse or sentimental inscription (Archaic)posy
from the library of, from the library of (inscription showing who a book belongs to)ex libris
inches, inscription, inspector, insulation, insuranceins.
inscription (on a stone, building, etc.); saying or quotation at the beginning of a book or chapter which is relevant to the theme of the work, inscription on a monument, introductory quotationepigraph
inscription on a gravestone commemorating a deceased person, inscription on a tombstone, speech or writing commemorating a dead personepitaph
inscription with hidden datechronogram
motif, quotation at beginning of writing, rule to live by, saying on a coat of arms, saying that represents a certain philosophy or code of conduct slogan, catch-phrase; appropriate inscriptionmotto
one who inscribes, recorder, registerer; one who writes an inscriptioninscriber
one who studies epigraphs, one who studies inscription (especially ancient inscriptions)epigrapher
one who studies epigraphs, one who studies inscription (especially ancient inscriptions)epigraphist
rest in peace, rest in peace; lay in rest after death (common inscription on headstones)R.I.P.
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