noun, plural or·thog·ra·phies for 3–5.
Origin of orthography
Examples from the Web for orthography
Historical Examples of orthography
The orthography of his glossary differs considerably from the orthography of his text.Beowulf
Will they forego the facts of an epoch, for the orthography of a syllable?
The orthography and pointing of the stops, are precisely as printed in the card.
Then there were treatises on grammar, on orthography, and a series of works on mathematics.Old-Time Makers of Medicine
James J. Walsh
Sussex men are curiously intolerant of the phonetics of orthography.Highways & Byways in Sussex
noun plural -phies
- spelling considered to be correct
- the principles underlying spelling