Of, or relating to an alphabet, especially the characters A to Z, both uppercase and lowercase. (adjective)
Examples of word alphabetic
To learn to decode words in alphabetic systems like English, it is necessary to understand that the letters in text represent the phonemes in speech.
This fundamental of reading is called alphabetic, which is taught through the techniques of phonemic awareness, word analysis, phonics, and sight words.
Omniglot is an interesting site about writing systems, which it classifies in alphabetic, syllabic, logographic, and alternative systems describing real and fictitious languages.
In Odas elementales (1954 - 1959) his message is expanded into a more extensive description of the world, where the objects of the hymns - things, events and relations - are duly presented in alphabetic form.
Reading involves matching letters and letter sequences to phonemes - speech specific sounds - a thing called the alphabetic principle. 7 month old babies haven't developed language, so how can they grasp the alphabetic principle?