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Rečnik;
Knjiga rečničkog tipa u kojoj su abecednim, odnosno azbučnim redom poređani i protumačeni različiti pojmovi iz svih oblasti nauke, kulture, društvenog života i dr. (grč.)

lexicon [ imenica ]
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ETYM Greek lexikon (sc. biblion), neut. of lexikos of or belonging to words, from lexis a speaking, speech, a way of speaking, a single word or phrase, from legein to say, to speak. Related to Legend.
The words of a language and their definitions.
In programming, the identifiers, keywords, constants, and other elements of a language that make up its “vocabulary.” The ways in which these vocabulary elements can be put together is the syntax of the language. Compare syntax.
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 a foreign language.
Dictionary; vocabulary of a language, individual or group.

wordbook [ imenica ]
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ETYM Cf. Dutch woordenboek, German wörterbuch.
A reference book containing words (usually with their meanings).

dictionary [ imenica ]
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ETYM Cf. French dictionnaire. Related to Diction.
A reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them; SYN. lexicon.
Book that contains a selection of the words of a language, with their pronunciations and meanings, usually arranged in alphabetical order. The term is also applied to any usually alphabetic work of reference containing specialized information about a particular subject, art, or science; for example, a dictionary of music. Bilingual dictionaries provide translations of one language into another.
The first dictionaries of English (glossa collectae), in the 17th century, served to explain difficult words, generally of Latin or Greek origin, in everyday English. Samuel Johnson’s A Dictionary of the English Language 17was one of the first dictionaries of standard English, and the first to give extensive coverage to phrasal verbs. Noah Webster’s An American Dictionary of the English Language 18quickly became a standard reference work throughout North America. The many-volume Oxford English Dictionary, begun 18and subject to continuous revision (and now computerization), provides a detailed historical record of each word and, therefore, of the English language.

encyclopaedia [ imenica ]
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Alternate (chiefly British) spelling for encyclopedia.

encyclopedia [ imenica ]
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ETYM New Lat., from Greek, instruction in the circle of arts and sciences, from enkyclos + paideia instruction: cf. French encyclopédie. Related to Cyclopedia, and Encyclical.
Or encyclopedia; Work of reference covering either all fields of knowledge or one specific subject. Although most encyclopedias are alphabetical, with cross-references, some are organized thematically with indexes, to keep related subjects together.
The earliest extant encyclopedia is the Historia Naturalis/Natural History AD 23–of Pliny the Elder. The first alphabetical encyclopedia in English was the Lexicon Technicum/Technical Lexicon 170compiled by John Harris. In 17Ephraim Chambers published his Cyclopedia, which coordinated scattered articles by a system of cross-references and was translated into French 1743–4This translation formed the basis of the Encyclopédie edited by Diderot and d’Alembert, published 1751–7By this time the system of engaging a body of expert compilers and editors was established, and in 1768–the Encyclopedia Britannica first appeared. The first encylopedia to be published on CD-ROM was the Academic American Encyclopedia 1985.
Other major encyclopedias include the Chinese encyclopedia printed 172the German Conversations-Lexikon/Conversation Lexicon of Brockhaus, and the French Grand Dictionnaire Universel du XIXčme Sičcle/Great Universal Dictionary of the 19th Century of Pierre Larousse 1866–76.
American encyclopedias include the Encyclopedia Americana and Collier’s Encyclopedia, both prepared with attention to cultural and stylistic interpretations appropriate to the US.(Alternate spelling: encyclopaedia).
A reference work (often in several volumes) containing articles on various topics (often in alphabetical order) dealing with the entire range of human knowledge or with some particular specialty; SYN. cyclopedia, encyclopaedia.

glossary [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin glossarium, from glossa: cf. French glossaire. Related to Gloss.
An alphabetical list of technical terms in some specialized field of knowledge; usually published as an appendix to a text on that field; SYN. gloss.

list of words [ imenica ]
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vocabulary [ imenica ]
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ETYM Late Lat. vocabularium, vocabularius: cf. French vocabulaire. Related to Vocable.
A language user's knowledge of words; SYN. lexicon, mental lexicon.
A listing of the words used in some enterprise.
The system of techniques or symbols serving as a means of expression (as in arts or crafts).

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