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Introduction of Transformed Cognates

It is the introduction of transformed cognates.

Introduction of Rebus

A rebus is an allusional device that utilizes photos to represent words or parts of words.

Pictogram - One Language in Pictures

A pictogram, also referred to as a pictograms or pictograph, is definitely an ideogram that conveys its meaning by way of its pictorial resemblance to a physical object.

Introduction of Ideogrammic Compounds

Translated literally as logical aggregates or associative compounds, these characters symbolically combine pictograms or ideograms to create a third character.

Introduction of Ideogram

A graphic symbol (such as @ or %) that represents a thing or a notion with no sounds that type its name. It is also known as ideograph. The use of ideograms is called ideography.

Introduction of Phono-semantic compounds

By far essentially the most numerous category are the phono-semantic compounds, also named semantic-phonetic compounds or pictophonetic compounds.