Definition of pseudography in English:

pseudography

noun

  • Writing or a system of writing that is contrary to conventional orthography or usage; false, incorrect, or bad spelling or writing; an instance of this.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Gabriel Harvey (c1552–1631), scholar and writer. From pseudo- + -graphy. In sense 1 after orthography.

Pronunciation

pseudography

/s(j)uːˈdɒɡrəfi/