Latest Lexicography Stories
Logophiles will enjoy eReflect’s latest blog post that discusses bizarrely created social media jargon.
WordWriter, BoomWriter's new technology-based vocabulary tool, lets students apply, share, and assess their knowledge of vocabulary. Milton, Massachusetts
Membean, Inc., a provider of “durable learning” educational products, invites all AP English teachers, coordinators, counselors and administrators to booth #325 at the AP Annual Conference
Children hear as much sophisticated information about animals when parents read picture book stories about animals as when they read flashcard-type animal vocabulary books, according to a new study from the University of Waterloo.
Ballard & Tighe, Publishers releases Word Raider: Quest - a learning game that teaches academic language and vocabulary using animation and picture-based problems to support its listening,
The popular Dictionary.com Android app now features a robust Learner's Dictionary, with vocabulary-mastering tools needed to achieve success in any school or professional field OAKLAND, Calif.,
eReflect discusses word etymology in a recently-published blog post, and traces the origin of the English language by looking at worldwide word maps and linguistic history. New
Words can astonish, cause tears, or send shivers down a person's spine.
The parent company of Ultimate Vocabulary™ talks about the one-syllable word that ties people around the globe together in both confusion and understanding. New
Language evolves, something that is obvious when an older person and a teenager are talking together.
- The word or words serving to define another word or expression, as in a dictionary entry.