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No dictionary of Gallifreyan has been published, however some Gallifreyan symbols have appeared on screen, such as on the Doctor's cot in "A Good Man Goes to War". BBC Books also used Gallifreyan symbols on the spines of its initial series of New Series Adventures novels (the hardcovers), which supposedly were intended to represent numbers, but this has never been confirmed in the series itself.

In "The End of Time", Part 2, we saw the Visionary actually writing Gallifreyan during the scenes of Rassilon's "inner council".

For further information, see Gallifreyan (language).