minuscule

listen to the pronunciation of minuscule
İngilizce - İngilizce
Written in minuscules, lower-case
A lower-case letter
Any of the two medieval handwriting styles minuscule cursive and Caroline minuscule
A letter in these styles
Very small, tiny

a minuscule dot.

Written in minuscule handwriting style
lowercase; "little a"; "small a"; "e e cummings's poetry is written all in minuscule letters"
of or relating to a small cursive script developed from uncial; 7th to 9th centuries
the characters that were once kept in bottom half of a compositor's type case
The lower case form of a letter
a small cursive script developed from uncial between the 7th and 9th centuries and used in medieval manuscripts
During the ninth century a reform in handwriting occurred from which was developed a script of small letters in a running hand call minuscule This cursive script became popular for the production of books
The Greek characters of lower case: abgde, etc Different copies of Greek manuscripts appear in minuscule form See Uncial
a small cursive script developed from uncial between the 7th and 9th centuries and used in medieval manuscripts very small; "a minuscule kitchen"; "a minuscule amount of rain fell"
Synonym for lowercase (See case )
{s} tiny, very small
{i} lower case letter; small handwriting
Greek manuscripts that are written in small letters that are usually joined to each other as in cursive script These manuscripts are more recent than the Uncial manuscripts, which are written in large capital letters that are separate from each other
Any noncapital letter Minuscule scripts contain letters of uneven height because of the ascenders and descenders Back to top
A small Roman letter which is neither capital nor uncial; a manuscript written in such letters
Any very small, minute object
very small; "a minuscule kitchen"; "a minuscule amount of rain fell"
If you describe something as minuscule, you mean that it is very small. The film was shot in 17 days, a minuscule amount of time. = minute. extremely small = minute (minusculus , from minor ). Lowercase letters in calligraphy, in contrast to majuscule, or uppercase letters. Unlike majuscules, minuscules are not fully contained between two real or hypothetical lines; their stems can go above or below the line. Developed by Alcuin in the 8th century, it allowed the division of writing into sentences and paragraphs by beginning sentences with capital letters and ending them with periods. The script was originally rounded, but gradually the strokes became heavier until it became what is now known as Gothic or black letter script
Of the size and style of minuscules; written in minuscules
weeny
miniscule
Very common misspelling of minuscule
miniscule
Alternative spelling of minuscule
minuscule.
eeny

Can you put an eeny bit of mustard on my hot dog?.

miniscule
Very
miniscule
{s} tiny, very small
miniscule
US, colloquial, alternative spelling of minuscule
miniscule
very small; "a minuscule kitchen"; "a minuscule amount of rain fell"
miniscule
eeny
minuscules
plural of minuscule
minuscule