Meaning of holograph in English:

holograph

Pronunciation /ˈhɒləɡrɑːf/

Translate holograph into Spanish

noun

  • A manuscript handwritten by the person named as its author.

    as modifier ‘a palimpsest of holograph revisions’
    • ‘It published the last poem he wrote before his death as a holograph in his italic script.’
    • ‘The master had forged - and sold handsomely - holograph letters from Aeschylus to Pythagoras and Alexander to Aristotle, among many others.’
    • ‘Others are clearly the holographs of literate people.’
    • ‘Another good example of how 8 has been commonly misinterpreted is found in the holograph journal of Father Jacques Marquette.’

Origin

Early 17th century from French holographe, or via late Latin from Greek holographos, from holos ‘whole’ + -graphos ‘written, writing’.