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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of sacred writing

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of sacred writing:
/sejkɹəd ɹajtɪŋ/

Derived Form of sacred

adjective
comparitive: more sacred
superlative: most sacred
Adjective
1
concerned with religion or religious purposes
  1. sacred texts
  2. sacred rites
  3. sacred music
Antonymsprofane,
See alsosacredly,
Similarconsecrate, consecrated, dedicated, divine, heavenly, ineffable, inspirational, inviolable, inviolate, numinous, pious, quasi-religious, religious, revered, reverenced, reverend, sacral, sacrosanct, spiritual, sublime, taboo, tabu, unnameable, unspeakable, unutterable, venerated,
2
worthy of respect or dedication
Similarworthy,
3
made or declared or believed to be holy; devoted to a deity or some religious ceremony or use
Synonymsconsecrated, sanctified,
Similarholy,
4
worthy of religious veneration
Synonymshallowed,
Similarholy,
5
(often followed by 'to') devoted exclusively to a single use or purpose or person
Similardedicated,
Adjective satellite
1
worthy of respect or dedication
  1. saw motherhood as woman's sacred calling
2
made or declared or believed to be holy; devoted to a deity or some religious ceremony or use
  1. a consecrated church
  2. the sacred mosque
  3. sacred elephants
  4. sacred bread and wine
  5. sanctified wine
Synonymsconsecrated, sanctified,
3
worthy of religious veneration
  1. the sacred name of Jesus
  2. Jerusalem's hallowed soil
Synonymshallowed,
4
(often followed by `to') devoted exclusively to a single use or purpose or person
  1. a fund sacred to charity
  2. a morning hour sacred to study
  3. a private office sacred to the President

Derived Form of writing

noun
plural: writings
verb
root word: write
third person: writes
past: wrote
past participle: written
present participle: writing
Noun
1
the act of creating written works
  1. writing was a form of therapy for him
  2. it was a matter of disputed authorship
Synonymsauthorship, composition, penning,
Hyponymsadoxography, drafting, dramatization, fabrication, historiography, lexicography, metrification, novelization, redaction, versification,
Hypernymsverbal creation,
Type ofverbal creation,
Typesdrafting, dramatisation, dramatization, fabrication, fictionalisation, fictionalization, lexicography, metrification, novelisation, novelization, redaction, versification,
See alsowrite,
2
the work of a writer; anything expressed in letters of the alphabet (especially when considered from the point of view of style and effect)
  1. the writing in her novels is excellent
  2. that editorial was a fine piece of writing
Synonymswritten material, piece of writing,
Hyponymsadaptation, autograph, bowdlerization, criticism, cryptogram, diary, dithyramb, document, dramatic composition, editing, essay, inscription, literary composition, literature, manuscript, matter, paragraph, plagiarism, rewrite, sacred text, screed, section, title, transcript, treatise,
Hypernymswritten communication,
Meronymsepilogue,
Partsepilog, epilogue,
Type ofwritten communication, written language,
Typesadaptation, autograph, Ayurveda, bowdlerisation, bowdlerization, criticism, cryptogram, cryptograph, diary, dithyramb, document, dramatic composition, dramatic work, editing, essay, inscription, journal, lettering, literary composition, literary criticism, literary work, literature, manuscript, matter, ms, papers, paragraph, plagiarism, redaction, religious text, religious writing, rescript, revision, rewrite, sacred text, sacred writing, screed, secret writing, section, subdivision, title, transcript, treatise, version, written document,
3
(usually plural) the collected work of an author
  1. the idea occurs with increasing frequency in Hemingway's writings
Hyponymspatristics,
Hypernymsoeuvre, written communication,
Type ofbody of work, oeuvre, work, written communication, written language,
Typespatristics, patrology,
4
letters or symbols that are written or imprinted on a surface to represent the sounds or words of a language
  1. he turned the paper over so the writing wouldn't show
  2. the doctor's writing was illegible
Hyponymscapitalization, coding system, handwriting, hieroglyph, notation, orthography, printing, skywriting, typing,
Hypernymswritten communication,
5
the activity of putting something in written form
  1. she did the thinking while he did the writing
Synonymscommittal to writing,
Hyponymscryptography, handwriting, inscription, notation,
Hypernymsactivity,
Type ofactivity,
Typescoding, cryptography, handwriting, inscription, notation, secret writing,
See alsowrite,
6
letters or symbols written or imprinted on a surface to represent the sounds or words of a language
Type ofwritten communication, written language,
Typescapitalisation, capitalization, coding system, hand, handwriting, hieroglyph, hieroglyphic, notation, notational system, orthography, printing, printing process, script, skywriting, typewriting, typing, writing system,
Verb: write
1
produce a literary work
  1. She composed a poem
  2. He wrote four novels
Synonymswrite, compose, pen, indite,
Hyponymsannotate, author, dash off, draft, dramatize, draw, lyric, paragraph, profile, reference, rewrite, script, verse, write copy, write off, write on, write out,
Hypernymscreate verbally,
Entailmentsspell,
Type ofcreating verbally,
Typesadopting, annotating, authoring, citing, dashing off, drafting, dramatising, dramatizing, drawing, flinging off, footnoting, knocking off, lyricing, outlining, paragraphing, poetising, poetizing, profiling, referencing, rewriting, scripting, tossing off, versifying, versing, writing about, writing copy, writing of, writing off, writing on, writing out, writing up,
See alsowrite out, writer, writing,
2
communicate or express by writing
  1. Please write to me every week
Synonymswrite,
Hyponymsapostrophize, handwrite, jot down, rewrite, scribble, sign, style, type, write down, write in, write out, write up,
Hypernymscommunicate,
Type ofcommunicating, intercommunicating,
Typesapostrophising, apostrophizing, ciphering, coding, cutting, cyphering, dotting, enciphering, encoding, encrypting, getting down, handwriting, inscribing, issuing, jotting, jotting down, making out, putting down, rewriting, scrabbling, scribbling, setting down, signing, styling, subscribing, typewriting, typing, writing down, writing in, writing in code, writing out, writing up,
See alsowriter, writing,
3
have (one's written work) issued for publication
  1. How many books did Georges Simenon write?
  2. She published 25 books during her long career
Synonymspublish, write,
Hypernymscreate verbally,
Type ofcreating verbally,
See alsowriter,
4
communicate (with) in writing
  1. Write her soon, please!
Synonymswrite, drop a line,
Hypernymscorrespond,
Type ofcorresponding,
See alsowriter,
5
communicate by letter
  1. He wrote that he would be coming soon
Synonymswrite,
Hypernymscommunicate,
Type ofcommunicating, intercommunicating,
See alsowriter,
6
write music
  1. Beethoven composed nine symphonies
Synonymscompose, write,
Hyponymsarrange, counterpoint, harmonize, instrument, melodize, score, set to music,
Hypernymsmake,
Type ofcreating, making,
Typesarranging, counterpointing, harmonising, harmonizing, instrumentating, instrumenting, melodising, melodizing, scoring, setting, setting to music,
7
mark or trace on a surface
  1. The artist wrote Chinese characters on a big piece of white paper
  2. Russian is written with the Cyrillic alphabet
Synonymswrite,
Hyponymscalligraph, capitalize, copy, cross, dot, letter, print, scribble, stenograph, superscribe,
Hypernymstrace,
Type ofdelineating, describing, drawing, lining, tracing,
Typescalligraphing, capitalising, capitalizing, copying, crossing, impressing, lettering, printing, scrawling, scribbling, stenographing, superscribing,
See alsowriter,
8
record data on a computer
  1. boot-up instructions are written on the hard disk
Synonymswrite, save,
Hyponymsoverwrite,
Hypernymsrecord,
Type ofrecording, taping,
Typesoverwriting,
9
write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word)
  1. He spelled the word wrong in this letter
Synonymsspell, write,
Hyponymshyphenate, spell out,
Typeshyphenating, hyphening,
10
create code, write a computer program
  1. She writes code faster than anybody else
Synonymswrite,
Hypernymscreate by mental act,

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