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adscript

[ ad-skript ]
/ ˈæd skrɪpt /
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adjective
written after (distinguished from subscript).
noun
an adscript character.Compare inferior (def. 11), superior (def. 12).
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Origin of adscript

1715–25; <Latin a(d)scrīptus (past participle of ascrībere to ascribe), equivalent to ad-ad- + scrīptus written; see script
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