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heliotype

[ hee-lee-uh-tahyp ]
/ 藞hi li 蓹藢ta瑟p /
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noun, verb, he路li路o路typed, he路li路o路typ路ing.
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Origin of heliotype

First recorded in 1865鈥70; helio- + -type

OTHER WORDS FROM heliotype

he路li路o路typ路ic [hee-lee-uh-tip-ik], /藢hi li 蓹藞t瑟p 瑟k/, adjectivehe路li路o路typ路i路cal路ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for heliotype

heliotype
/ (藞hi藧l瑟蓹蕣藢ta瑟p) /

noun
Also called: heliotypy a printing process in which an impression is taken in ink from a gelatine surface that has been exposed under a negative and prepared for printing
the gelatine plate produced by such a process
a print produced from such a plate

Derived forms of heliotype

heliotypic (藢hi藧l瑟蓹蕣藞t瑟p瑟k), adjective
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