- using or consisting of two letters.
- (of Semitic roots) having two consonants.
Origin of biliteral
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A Proposition, containing two Letters, is said to be ‘Biliteral’.
It is certainly empty: so we mark it as such on the Biliteral Diagram.
He can then read off, from the Biliteral Diagram, the required Propositions.
The arrangement of the books was but another variant of our biliteral cipher.The Mystery of the Sea
You have guessed by this time that the phrase “Biliteral Cipher,” as it stands here, also contains a hidden word.Ciphers For the Little Folks