[ soo-doh-hahy-er-uh-glif-ik, -hahy-ruh- ]
/ ˌsu doʊˌhaɪ ər əˈglɪf ɪk, -ˌhaɪ rə- /
noting or pertaining to a script dating from the second millennium b.c. that appears to be syllabic and to represent the Phoenician language and that is inscribed on objects found at Byblos.
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Why Does The Letter Q Almost Always Need The Letter U?Scrabble players are acutely aware that Q is a tricky letter. To use a Q in the game, a player must also find an available U. The fact that Q is the second most rarely used letter in the alphabet certainly doesn’t make using Q any easier.
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