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Recorded since 1597, from medieval Latin manuscriptum ‘writing by hand’, from Latin manu (the ablative of manus ‘hand’) + scriptus (the past participle of scribere ‘to write’)

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Manuscript (comparative more Manuscript, superlative most Manuscript)

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Manuscript

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more Manuscript

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most Manuscript

  1. Which is handwritten, or by extension typewritten, as opposed to mechanical reproduction

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Manuscript

Plural
Manuscripts

Manuscript (plural Manuscripts)
  1. A book, composition or any other document, (type)written by hand, not mechanically reproduced.
  2. A single, original copy of a book, article, composition etc, written by hand or even printed, submitted as original for (copy-editing and) reproductive publication.

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Manuscript n. (plural Manuscripten, diminutive Manuscriptje, diminutive plural Manuscriptjes)

  1. A manuscript, written (not printed) text or composition
  2. A manuscript submitted for reproductive publication

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