dysgraphia
Definition - An inability to write coherently caused by impaired motor skills.

Etymology -
The word was coined by combining the Greek dys, bad, with graphos, writing.

Oxford English Dictionary -
Its first citation is from 1934:
"Dysgraphia, a cerebral disorder characterized by inability to write."
(H. C. Warren Dict. Psychol. 87/1 )



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