The word dictionary is a noun. Dictionary means (1) a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word dictionary.
- The Newbury House Online Dictionary
Search over 40,000 entries to get clear concise definitions of English words and common phrases.
- A Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names
Contains definitions of terms and personal names. Pertains to Western philosophy. Includes some links to other online sources and bibliographies.
- Cambridge International Dictionaries
Free, online dictionary
published by Cambridge University Press. Search British and American English lexicons as well as idioms and French or Spanish word translations.
- Reference Information Guide
This convenient reference guide features helpful links to online dictionaries, encyclopedias, maps, printable calendars, and more.
- Ask Oxford
Search the Compact Oxford English Dictionary
and browse the dictionary
resources from Oxford University Press.
Reference.com is a multi-source dictionary
search service provided by Lexico Publishing Group. On it, users can search for words, use a thesaurus, use the encyclopedia, and other tools for free. There are also premium services such as audio pronunciation with the dictionary
and word games.
This is a wonderful website for anyone who loves and uses words. There are links to a visual
thesaurus, a written thesaurus, dictionary, encyclopedia, and other tools. The site also contains a translator, an interactive crossword puzzle, and a guide to style, usage, and grammar. Word FAQ's provides information about etymology and other word facts. Users can also sign up to receive a free word-of-the-day via email or Facebook.
AIM is AOLs Instant Messenger site. On the website, users can find all the information they need to set up an instant messaging account using Mac, Win98, and Linux. The AIM site provides downloadable accessories such as a dictionary, BOTS, and much more. There are also chat rooms for gamers, music and fashion lovers, and more.
Online dictionary, encyclopedia, and much more. Most of the answers to questions come from Wikipedia so they cannot be considered authoritative without verification.
FindLaw, founded in 1999, provides access to legal resources on the Internet for legal professionals, corporate counsel, law students, businesses and consumers. Users can search for a lawyer, browse legal information by subject, read legal news, find forms and contracts, check state laws, consult a legal dictionary, and much more.
This searchable online dictionary
and thesaurus features word games and other English language vocabulary resources and reference tools.
Webopedia is a free online dictionary
for words, phrases, and abbreviations that are related to computer and Internet technology. The terms are constantly updated. There is a link to new terms and also a term of the day
. The Quick Reference site provides information on common Internet and computer facts and occurrences such as web stack acronyms, wifi, a history of blogging, and more.
- Word Central
Student dictionary, thesaurus, online word games, and a daily buzzword from Merriam-Webster.
Online French, Italian, and Spanish dictionary. Goes from foreign language to English and vice versa.
This English thesaurus and dictionary
for Windows can be used to look up words, showing definitions, synonyms and related words. It includes pronunciations and usage examples, and features helpful spelling and homonym links.
- World Book Encyclopedia
Online version of the complete reference work plus a dictionary, atlas, historical documents, and multimedia enhancements. Site content is available for use on a subscription basis.
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The following articles provide recent dictionary
- Oxford English Dictionary gets over 1,000 new words
Did you ever think the Oxford English Dictionary would contain the contraction for "man boobs?" Well, now it does.
CBS News. Wednesday, 21 Apr 2021 18:52:11 -0400.
- The most famous internet memes of all time
The Oxford English Dictionary defines "meme" as "an image, video, piece of text, typically humorous in nature, that is copied and spread rapidly by internet
Adrian Willings. Pocket Lint. Wednesday, 31 Mar 2021 12:53:00 +0100.
- When McDonald's Went to War With the Dictionary
The fast food behemoth took issue with how The Oxford English Dictionary and Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary defined 'McJob.' It was not a flattering description.
Jake Rossen. Mental Floss. Friday, 01 Jan 2021 10:00:00 +0000.
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