Braille or (especially US) braille

  1. A system of writing invented by Louis Braille, in which letters and some combinations of letters are represented by raised dots arranged in three rows of two dots each and are read by the blind and partially sighted using the fingertips.

7 letters in word "braille": A B E I L L R.

Anagrams of braille:

Words found within braille:

ab able abler abri ae ai ail air al alb albe ale alible all ar arb are ariel aril arle ba bael bail bailer bal bale baler ball baller bar bare be bear bel bell bi bier bile bill biller birl birle blae blaer blare blear bra brae brail brei brie brill ea ear earl el ell er era erbia ilea ileal ill iller ire la lab label labile laer lair lar lare lari lea leal lear lei leir li liable liar lib libel liber libra librae lie lier lira lire rabi rai rail raile rale re real reb rebill rei ria rial rib riel rile rill rille