Definitions for "Braille"
A system of printing or writing for the blind in which the characters and numerals are represented by patterns of raised tangible points or dots. It was invented by Louis Braille, a French teacher of the blind.
a system using raised dots that allows blind students to "read" using their fingertips
NOUN: A system of embossed characters formed by using a Braille cell, a combination of six dots consisting of two vertical columns of three dots each. Each simple Braille character is formed by one or more of these dots and occupies a full cell or space. Some Braille may have eight dots. Invented by Louis Braille of France in the 1820s, Braille replaced embossed print.
To try to feel the surface of a tile during the draw. Brailing is considered cheating. To prevent brailing, smooth-surfaced tiles are preferred in organized Scrabble games. See Protiles.
To feel the surface of a tile while your hand is in the bag in order to draw a blank or other specific letter. This is strictly forbidden.
Keywords:  transcribe
to transcribe in Braille.
Software that translates from English to Braille, Braille to English, or functions as a Braille training program.
Keywords:  code, see