incunabular

incunabular
index incipient, original (initial)

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  • incunabular — |inkyə|nabyələ(r) adjective : relating to or typical of incunabula an incunabular form of musical expression * * * incūnabˈūlar adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑incunabula …   Useful english dictionary

  • incunabular — See incunabulum. * * * …   Universalium

  • incunabular — in·cu·nab·u·lar …   English syllables

  • incunabula — incunabular, adj. /in kyoo nab yeuh leuh, ing /, n.pl., sing. incunabulum / leuhm/. 1. extant copies of books produced in the earliest stages (before 1501) of printing from movable type. 2. the earliest stages or first traces of anything. [1815… …   Universalium

  • incunabula — incunabular, adj. /in kyoo nab yeuh leuh, ing /, n.pl., sing. incunabulum / leuhm/. 1. extant copies of books produced in the earliest stages (before 1501) of printing from movable type. 2. the earliest stages or first traces of anything. [1815… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • incunabulum — noun /ˌɪn.kjʊˈnæb.jʊ.ləm/ A book, single sheet, or image that was printed not handwritten before the year 1501 in Europe. Something about him reminded me of one of those figures from old fashioned playing cards or the sort used by fortune tellers …   Wiktionary

  • original — orig·i·nal n 1: that from which a copy or reproduction is made both parties signed the original compare duplicate 2: a work composed firsthand as the product of an author s creativity ◇ A work must be an original in order to obtain a copyright.… …   Law dictionary

  • incipient — I adjective aboriginal, beginning, budding, commencing, elemental, elementary, embryonic, foundational, fundamental, immature, inceptive, inchoate, inchoative, incunabular, infant, initial, initiatory, introductory, maiden, nascent, original,… …   Law dictionary

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