Asemic writing

From Kook Science

Asemic writing (from Greek: ἄσημ-ος; ásēmos, "signless, without sign") is a written form that has no specific semantic content, mimicking the forms of written words but without intentionally introducing the defined, shared meanings of language to the forms. While similar, asemic writing should not be considered as being the same as what might be called pseudography, written forms that are falsely held to be meaningful but are not.