Lexigraphy Lex*ig"ra*phy (l[e^]ks*[i^]g"r[.a]*f[y^]), n. [Gr. le`xis word + -graphy: cf. F. lexigraphie.] The art or practice of defining words; definition of words. [1913 Webster]

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