Definition of digraphic in English:

digraphic

adjective

  • See digraph

    • ‘I've analysed the data and figure it is a digraphic encryption of some sort.’
    • ‘These three stages are identical with the principles for the development of digraphic systems.’
    • ‘Our preliminary step is to perform individual letter frequency and digraphic counts.’
    • ‘For instance there may be digraphic graphemes for an individual phoneme such as ‘ph’ for ‘f’.’
    • ‘This cipher uses a keyed array of letters to make a digraphic cipher which is easy to use in the field.’

Pronunciation

digraphic

/dīˈɡrafik/