autogram

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English[edit]

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Examples

This sentence employs two a’s, two c’s, two d’s, twenty-eight e’s, five f’s, three g’s, eight h’s, eleven i’s, three l’s, two m’s, thirteen n’s, nine o’s, two p’s, five r’s, twenty-five s’s, twenty-three t’s, six v’s, ten w’s, two x’s, five y’s, and one z.

Etymology[edit]

auto- +‎ -gram

Noun[edit]

autogram (plural autograms)

  1. A sentence that describes itself, in the sense of providing an inventory of its own characters.

Czech[edit]

Noun[edit]

autogram m

  1. autograph (person's own signature or handwriting)

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