Cawdrey

Cawdrey

(ˈkɔːdrɪ)
n
(Biography) Robert. 16th–17th-century English schoolmaster and lexicographer: compiled the first English dictionary (A Table Alphabeticall) in 1604
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Mark Cawdrey, one of the residents to receive a Section 21, said: "It was very conclusive that people did not want to receive a Section 21.
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Smith explores contemporary arguments and actions in connection with the High Commission for Causes Ecclesiastical and Cawdrey's Case (1591), tensions over the role and limits of Chancery, and developments and tensions connected with the theory of delegation of royal authority.
What milestone in the English language was achieved by Robert Cawdrey in 1604?
The following works have been consulted: Huloet (1552), Hart (1569), Huloet-Higgins (1572), Mulcaster (1582), Clement (1587), Coote (1596 and 1640), Cawdrey (1604 and 1617), Evans (1621), Daines (1640), Hodges (1644, 1649 and 1653), Wharton (1654), and Ellis (1660) (9)
If to traduce is among other things to " dishonour" according to Thomas Cooper's Thesaurus Linguae Romanae et Britannicae dictionary of 1584, or to "defame" according to Robert Cawdrey's A Table Alphabetical of 1604, or to "disgrace" according to Randle Cotgrave's A Dictionary of the French and English Tongue of 1611, there is a perfect fit in tone and meaning between the political insult (the "traduc[ing]" of the "state") that Othello recounts avenging and the personal and national humiliation that is implied by the speaker of the Manwaring passage (-in this sort our men were served diverse times").
(15) The OED cites Cawdrey's Table Alphabet (1604): "Personate, to counterfaite, anothers person" ("personate, v." 3b).
First, Robert Cawdrey who drew up this Table Alaphabeticall was the first person in the English language to think of listing his 2,500 words in an alphabetical order, a technological invention that changed the notion of searching definitions and of organizing words in a way that abstracted from their meaning but made the search so much more efficient.
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