What is the first animal in the dictionary?
The aardvark is the first animal listed in the dictionary.
The first animal listed in the dictionary is the aardvark, followed by the aardwolf.
The first animal a person would come across while reading the dictionary would be a aardvark. The second animal to be found in the dictionary would be the aardwolf.
Aardvark is the first animal listed in the OED.
That would be "Aardvark", funnily enough, the animal was left out of Dr Johnson's dictionary.
The first two are aardvark and aardwolf third is abalone.
The First Word of the Dictionary is "A"
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Merriam no its not the first word is dictionary.
the first dictionary was written by Daniel Webster
Webster made the first dictionary!
M would be first in the dictionary, not MC.
Dictionary there is an A
The first dictionary was published in 1755 on the 15th of April
Noah Webster published the first dictionary in 1828
the first living creature in the dictionary is an aardvark
the first person to make a dictionary was george lopes
When did the word Halloween first appear in the dictionary?
The first dictionary of English idioms appeared in the late nineteenth century. It was published after the first edition of the "Oxford English Dictionary."
The last animal listed in the OED is the Zyzzyva, a tropical weevil.
My dictionary lists the noun "A", the word for the first letter of the alphabet.
1598 An Italian-English Dictionary
The first American dictionary was published by Noah Webster in 1806. The Merriam brothers were able to secure the right to revise the dictionary.
Yes. The first dictionary was written by Daniel Webster.
Tom Hulk, an American author published the first dictionary in 1798s.
The first part of the dictionary was published in 1884
The dictionary definition of a word
Merriam-Webster published its first dictionary in 1847. Next, they published an enlarged, revised edition in 1859. This was the first American dictionary to contain illustrations.
Do you mean a Webster dictionary? Webster's Dictionary refers to a dictionary of American English first developed by Noah Webster. Webster's first dictionary was ''A Compendious Dictionary of the English Language'' published in 1806. His greatest work, published in 1828, was ''An American Dictionary of the English Language''.
In 1604, Rober Cawdrey wrote "A Table Alphabeticall" which is considered to be the first English dictionary.
The first person who created a Dictionary in the world was : KHalil Idn Ahmad Alfaraheedi.
The first word in the dictionary that starts with the letters sir is the word "sir".
I assume you are asking for the first name of the Webster that the dictionary is named for. That would be Noah.
The Webster English dictionary is named after Noah Webster-the American who made his first dictionary, although the first person to make the dictionary is Dr. Samuel Johnson. It took him 27 years to complete
a small seal accordingt to the Macquarie dictionary
Aardvark, an animal that seeks out and eats insects. Among one of the first words in a dictionary. Also antelope (in the deer family), alligator (a reptile).
First of all, why should you put a word in the dictionary??
The first dictionary of American English was written by Noah Webster and published in 1806.
The first Oxford English Dictionary was published on February 1, 1884. The editor of the first Oxford English Dictionary was Herbert Coleridge, but he died before it was finished and was replaced by Frederick Furnivall.
If you find an unfamiliar word in a scholarly dictionary where would you look first to find its definition?
If you found an unfamiliar word in a scholarly dictionary, you would first look in an encyclopedia or a standard dictionary.
taboo is the first.
'You' comes first.
The first Websters Dictionary was written in 1783 and by Noah Webster.
I hope this might help you. According to the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary of Historical Prinicples it was first used in text in 1778 but I doesn't say when it was first included in a dictionary.
The first word in an English dictionary is 'a', the indefinite article. probably aardvark as it has 2 "a"s at the beginning
Answer Noah Webster made the first dictionary approved by the masses around the 1840's. On April 15, 1755, Samuel Johnson published the very first dictionary. He was inspired in 1746 by a group of London booksellers, who said they would pay Johnson $1,500 to write a dictionary.
Noah Webster included the word knit in his Compendious Dictionary of the English language published in 1806. Don't believe it had to be added as it was included in the first dictionary that I am aware of.
The very first dictionary of English words was created by Robert Cawdry in 1604 and was entitled "Table Alphabeticall (A table alphabeticall of hard usual English words (1604); the first English dictionary". This first version was very limited, containing only around 3000 words. The next "real" dictionary was produced by John Kersey the Younger in 1702, and entitled simply "A New English Dictionary".
First Malayalam to English dictionary is written by a German missionary Rev. Dr. Hermann Gundert in 1872.
In 1598 an Italian-English dictionary by John Florio was published.