- a perfect copy, an exact transcript
Etymology: Greek , from "to copy", from - "off, away from" + "write".
- 1962: Moreover, this is not a holograph but an , made by a scribe for the printers " you will note that both mayors write the same hand. " Vladimir Nabokov, Pale Fire
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