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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subfix
Literary usage of Subfix
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tusayan Migration Traditions by Jesse Walter Fewkes (1900)
"The subfix here, consequently, notr withstanding its resemblance to the character ... The subfix is without value here also. Fourth glyph—Too defaced to ..."
2. Memoirs by Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology (1902)
"The subfix of Pop looks the same as in El. 14 a is a head surmounted by a sign, which may also be a head, but which is not at all clear. ..."
3. Commentary Upon the Maya-Tzental Perez Codex: With a Concluding Note Upon by William Gates (1910)
"In the affixes, the superfix and prefix positions may as a general rule be regarded as wholly identical; also the subfix and postfix positions. ..."
4. Mayan Calendar Systems by Cyrus Thomas (1901)
"The subfix here, consequently, not- withstanding its resemblance to the character representing 72, can have no value, but must serve merely as a pedestal, ..."
5. American Trade-mark Cases Decided by the Courts of the United States: Both by Benjamin Price, Arthur Steuart (1887)
"... prefixed by the manufacturer's name, would be, in accordance with a former decision of the Court "that any prefix or subfix used with the trade-mark, ..."