Orthographic Sentence ( Concept )

      |_ Object
            |_ Linguistic Expression
                  |_ Written Linguistic Expression
                        |_ Orthographic Phrase
                              |_ Orthographic Sentence


An OrthographicSentence is a special type of orthographic phrase, usually representing a clause. In Western writing systems, an orthographic sentence is set off by white space on the left edge and some kind of puncuation, such as a period or question mark, on the right.

Usage Notes


names Thing     This semiotic relation associates some OrthographicExpression with some Entity. It differs from 'labels' in that a name is usually considered part of the orthographic system, where a label is not.

User Submitted Issues
Status: Pending Needs better definition - Anthony Aristar
2010-01-29 10:48:50

This concept needs a better definition which explains the term in a better way and also why the concept is necessary.