Meaning of analphabet in English:

analphabet

Pronunciation /anˈalfəbɛt/

adjective

(also analphabete)
  • Characterized by ignorance of or lack of familiarity with the letters of the alphabet; wholly or partially illiterate.

noun

(also analphabete)
  • Also in form analphabete. A person who is wholly or partially illiterate.

Origin

Mid 17th century. From post-classical Latin analphabetus illiterate from ancient Greek ἀναλϕάβητος from ἀν- + ἀλϕάβητος.