A method of transforming a text in order to conceal its meaning. (noun)
A cryptographic system using an algorithm that converts letters or sequences of bits into ciphertext. (noun)
Ciphertext; a message concealed via a cipher. (noun)
A grouping of three digits in a number, especially when delimited by commas or periods: (noun)
A design of interlacing initials: a decorative design consisting of a set of interlaced initials. (noun)
A fault in an organ valve which causes a pipe to sound continuously without the key having been pressed. (noun)
The path (usually circular) shared cannabis takes through a group, an occasion of cannabis smoking. (noun)
Someone or something of no importance. (noun)
To calculate. (verb)
Examples of word cipher
And "cipher" is the nom de guerre of Le Chiffre, the numbers-man racketeer of the French Communist Party and perhaps the most odiously sadistic of Fleming's villains.
Eyeballing the incomplete key so far, there do seem to be some obvious glyph clusters, and I should note the possibility that solving the substitution cipher is only step one.
Put in cipher #2 in slot 1 so you are going to (2,0).
A cipher is created, the cipher is cracked; Germany creates the Enigma code machine, the Allies crack it (and don't let on that they know); electronic passports are released, with RFID chips containing biometric and other identity information, and enterprising young rebels experiment with microwaving them and other means of disablement, before realizing you just need to take a hammer to it and it's back to a plain ole paper passport.
The real cipher is to just get into the habit of noticing the small things that might bring about outsized improvements in our lives.