ideographic space

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Compare ideographic comma.

Noun[edit]

ideographic space (plural ideographic spaces)

  1. (typography, in fonts whose ideographs are of uniform width) A space of non-variable width: ⊣ ⊢ equal to the width of an ideograph, used in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and other languages that use Siniform ideographs.