Stylus vs Brailler - What's the difference?

stylus | brailler |


As nouns the difference between stylus and brailler

is that stylus is a sharp stick used in ancient times for writing in clay tablets or other surfaces; a sharp tool for engraving while brailler is .

stylus

English

(wikipedia stylus)

Noun

(en-noun)
  • A sharp stick used in ancient times for writing in clay tablets or other surfaces; a sharp tool for engraving.
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  • A phonograph needle.
  • A small plastic stick used as a pen for writing on the touch sensitive screen of an electronic gadget.
  • A tool for making small dots on a piece of heavy paper, used to produce Braille writing for the blind by hand.
  • Derived terms

    * stylograph * stylophone

    brailler

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (technology) A typewriter used to emboss paper with braille cells to be read by the visually impaired instead of using a manual stylus.
  • * 2005 , Jean E. Olmstead, Itinerant teaching (page 190)
  • Use pads under braillers to reduce noise and under reading-writing stands to counteract sliding.
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