Turingery

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Etymology[edit]

Turing +‎ -ery, after its inventor Alan Turing.

Noun[edit]

Turingery (uncountable)

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  1. (cryptography) A manual cryptanalysis technique used in breaking the Lorenz cipher during World War II, based on deducing the wheel settings of the machine that did the encryption.

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