trigram

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tri- +‎ -gram; literally, three marks

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trigram (plural trigrams)

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  1. Any of the eight combinations of three complete or broken lines forming half of a hexagram in Chinese system of divination I Ching.
  2. A trigraph.
  3. (linguistics) a special case of the n-gram where n is 3, used in natural language processing for doing statistical analysis of texts

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