Definition - A physical disability that makes you incapable of understanding or recognizing written words.

Example -
Tqeadfyua akj ilkgti.

Etymology -
The word entered English as the German dyslex (from the Greek dys, bad or abnormal or difficult + lexis, word).
Note: that the first recorded instance of the word dyslexic is from 1961.

Oxford English Dictionary -
Its first citation is from:
"The cerebral symptom…‘*dyslexia’ a peculiar intermitting difficulty in reading."
(W. R. Gowers Dis. Nerv. Syst. (1892) I. 297)

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