Definition of Teleseme

1. n. A system of apparatus for electric signals providing for automatic transmission of a definite number of different signals or calls, as in connection with hotel annunciators.



Definition of Teleseme

1. a signalling apparatus [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teleseme

telescopical
telescopically
telescopies
telescoping
telescopist
telescopists
telescopy
telescreen
telescreens
teleseismic
teleseismological
teleseismology
teleseller
telesellers
teleselling
teleseme (current term)
telesemes
teleseminar
teleseminars
teleses
teleshop
teleshopped
teleshopper
teleshoppers
teleshopping
teleshops
teleshow
teleshows
telesis
telesm

Literary usage of Teleseme

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1. Electricity in Every-day Life by Edwin James Houston (1905)
"In the form of annunciator employed in connection with the teleseme, ... The teleseme or Hotel Call. To send a call thus, the indicating finger or index is ..."

2. Electric Telegraphy by Edwin James Houston, Arthur Edwin Kennelly (1896)
"In the instrument shown there are 104 such buttons, each connected by a separate wire with the push button of a teleseme in the various rooms. ..."

3. Year Book of the Architectural League of New York, and Catalogue of the by Architectural League of New York (1897)
"HERZOG teleseme SYSTEMS Of ANNUNCIATORS, and High Grade Specialties in Electric ... HERZOG teleseme CO., 55 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. Telephone, 1621 Broad. ..."

4. New York Annotated Cases: Selected from the Current Decisions of the New by Wayland Everett Benjamin, James Gereau Greene, Cyrus W. Phillips (1907)
"Herzog teleseme Co., 75 App. Div. 522; 78 NY Supp. 314. An application for an inspection of such books must be made in good faith and not for the purpose of ..."

5. Reports of Cases by New York (State). Court of Appeals (1907)
"Herzog teleseme Company v. Majestic Hotel Co., 105 App. Div. 642, affirmed. (Argued October 16, 1906; decided November 18, 1906.) APPEAL from a judgment of ..."

6. Who's who in America by John William Leonard, Albert Nelson Marquis (1906)
"the teleseme, police-call and elevator signals, chem. annunciators, and various telephone devices. Received medals at Paris Exp'n. 1900, and Buffalo Exp'n; ..."

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