lexicon

  1. a language user's knowledge of words
  2. a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them

lexicon

used synonymously with dictionary.

Lexicon

[typeface] Lexicon is a serif typeface designed by Dutch type designer Bram de Does between the years 1989 and 1992. The typeface was specially designed for use at very small point sizes in Van Dale`s Dictionary of the Dutch Language. ==History== Lexicon was De Does` second typeface, his first one being Trinité. After the release of Trinit...
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Lexicon

The particular type of vocabulary used by a person or poet. The words 'wind', 'rain' and 'storm' are an instantly recognisable part of Bob Dylan's lexicon.
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lexicon

(Lexeme (lexemic / lexicon)) A lexeme is a word at its most basic, hence the word 'spell' is a lexeme from which can be derived a variety of other words: spelled, spelling, etc. Lexemes are found in dictionaries as a head word usually shown in bold, e.g. interest, bridge, mouse. Also counted as lexemes are some 'phrasal verbs' whose meanings are se...
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Lexicon

Lex'i·con (lĕks'ĭ*kŏn) noun [ Greek lexiko`n (sc. bibli`on ), neut. of lexiko`s of or belonging to words, from le`xis a speaking, speech, a way of speaking, a single word or phrase, from le`gein to say, to speak. See Legen...
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Lexicon

• (n.) A vocabulary, or book containing an alphabetical arrangement of the words in a language or of a considerable number of them, with the definition of each; a dictionary; especially, a dictionary of the Greek, Hebrew, or Latin language.
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lexicon

lexicon 1. A dictionary or reference book with an alphabetized listing of words and their meanings; especially, one dealing with an ancient language. 2. The special vocabulary of a particular author, field of study, etc. 3. In linguistics, the total stock of morphemes in a language. 4. With artificial intelligence, in a natural language processing ...
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Lexicon

[company] Lexicon is an American audio equipment manufacturing company founded in 1971 and owned by Harman International Industries. Lexicon`s roots began in 1969 with the founding of American Data Sciences by MIT professor Dr. Francis Lee and engineer Chuck Bagnaschi who developed digital audio devices for medical heart monitoring. In 2003...
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Lexicon

[program] Lexicon was a text editor / word processor MS-DOS program that was extremely popular in the Soviet Union and Russia at the end of 1980s and in 1990s. Some estimate that Lexicon was illegally installed on 95% of all Russian PCs. The last version for MS-DOS was 3.0. Later Windows versions were developed, but they were not popular. L...
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Lexicon

[game] Lexicon is a computer-assisted role-playing game invented by Neel Krishnaswami and popularised by the indie role-playing game community. As originally proposed, it is played online using wiki software. Players assume the role of scholars who write the history and background of a particular fictitious time, setting, or incident. As th...
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Lexicon

Formally, in linguistics, a lexicon is a language`s inventory of lexemes. The word `lexicon` derives from the Greek λεξικόν (lexicon), neuter of λεξικός (lexikos) meaning `of or for words`. Linguistic theories generally regard human languages as consisting of two parts: a lexicon, essentially a catalogue of a language`s words (...
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Lexicon

In an over-simplified sense, we might say lexicon is a fancy term scholars use when most people woul
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Lexicon

[cardgame] Lexicon is a card game published by Winning Moves UK, and formerly by Waddingtons, in the United Kingdom. It was originally created by David Whitelaw in 1933. Certain copies came with a 1936 competition slip wherein £1000 was offered in cash prizes . Several subsequent versions have been released. ...
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lexicon

a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words
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lexicon

a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words
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lexicon

The vocabulary of a language. It can refer to the book form of a dictionary (usually with an alphabetic listing of words) or the assumed lexicon which speakers possess mentally. The precise nature and organisation of this mental lexicon is much debated in linguistic literature as it is generally assumed to be radically different in organisation fro...
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