Definitions for "Dictionaries"
Not all dictionaries are lists of words and their meanings. Any reference book may be called a dictionary if it contains alphabetically arranged entries. Some examples in the Buswell Library are The Dictionary of Paul and His Letters and The Dictionary of Imaginary Places.
example There are numerous forms and types of dictionaries, the most familiar are general English language dictionaries, used for guidance on the definition, spelling, pronunciation, and etymology (history) of words. Subject dictionaries are another common type. They are devoted to a specialized field. See: Reference Sources.
sources defining words in a language. Many dictionaries include word histories, pronunciation, and examples of use.
Selected musical terms of non-Western cultures : a notebook-glossary / Walter Kaufmann. Author: Kaufmann, Walter, 1907
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