1. Record (Substantives), trace, tradition, vestige, footstep, footmark, footprint, footfall, wake, trail, slot, spoor, pug, scent, piste, monument, relic, remains, trophy, hatchment, achievement, obelisk, monolith, pillar, stele, column, testimonial, memorial.
  2. Note, minute, register, registry, memorandum, jotting, document, voucher, protocol, inscription.

    Paper, parchment, scroll, instrument, deed, indenture, debenture, roll, archive, schedule, file, dossier, tablet, cartulary, table, procès verbal, affidavit, certificate, attestation, entry, diploma, protest, round-robin, muster-roll, muster-book, note-book, commonplace-book, adversaria, portfolio, see List 86.

    Chronicle, annals, gazette, newspaper, gazetteer, Blue book, almanac, calendar, ephemeris, diary, log, journal, see History 594.

    Registration, tabulation, enrolment, entry, booking.

    (Verbs). To record, note, register, chronicle, make an entry of, enter, book, take a note of, post, enrol, jot down, take down, mark, sign, etc. 550, tabulate, catalogue, file, index, calendar.

    (Adjective). Registered, etc.

    (Adverbs). Under one's hand and seal, on record.

  3. Suppression of sign.
  4. Obliteration (Substantives), erasure, rasure, cancel, cancellation, circumduction, deletion, application of the sponge.

    (Verbs). To efface, obliterate, erase, raze, expunge, cancel, delete, blot out, take out, rub out, scratch out, strike out, elide, wipe out, wash out, black out, write off, sponge, render illegible.

    (Phrase). To draw the pen through.

    To be effaced, etc., to leave no trace.

    (Adjectives). Obliterated, effaced, etc., printless, leaving no trace.

    Unrecorded, unattested, unregistered, intestate.

    (Adverbs). Dele, out with it!

  5. Recorder (Substantives), notary, clerk, registrar, registrary, prothonotary, secretary, scribe, remembrancer, journalist, historian, historiographer, annalist, etc., book-keeper.
  6. Recordership, secretaryship, secretariat, clerkship.

  7. Representation (Substantives), delineation, representment, personification.
  8. Art, the fine arts, the graphic arts, design, designing, illustration, imitation 19, copy 21, iconography.

    An image, likeness, icon, effigy, facsimile, autotype, imagery, figure, puppet, dummy, lay figure, figure- head, doll, manikin, mannequin, mammet, marionette, fantoccini 599, waxwork.

    Hieroglyphic, hieroglyph, inscription, diagram, monogram, draught (or draft), outline, scheme, schema, schedule.

    Map, plan, chart, ground-plan, projection, elevation, ichnography, atlas; cartography, chorography.

    (Verbs). To represent, delineate, design, figure, shadow forth, copy, draft, mould, diagrammatise, schematise, map.

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