etymological dictionary

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Noun1.etymological dictionary - a dictionary giving the historical origins of each word
dictionary, lexicon - a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them
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etymologisches Wörterbuch
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Created using the latest computational linguistics approaches and tools, this etymological dictionary represents a new generation of Arabic language reference materials designed to help English speakers gain proficiency in colloquial Arabic dialects.
Hittite Etymological Dictionary. Berlin: de Gruyter, 1984-.
According to the revised edition of the Dravidian Etymological Dictionary, compiled by Thomas Burrow and Murray B.
I also deduce that Barney was not too pleased with the wife who, obviously, checked both 'pies' out in his etymological dictionary before calling him.
Halfway between an etymological dictionary and an encyclopedia of philosophy, a Begriffsgeschicbte traces the history of philosophical terms, including how they are applied, by whom, and to what ends.
Hittite Etymological Dictionary; Volume 10: Words Beginning With SA
48) that an exhaustive etymological dictionary of Malay/Indonesian has thus far remained unpublished.
The Online Etymological Dictionary notes that in the English language during the medieval ages, 'the liver rivaled the heart as the seat of love and passion.'
Origins: A Short Etymological Dictionary of Modern English.
In his Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Language (1825) Jamieson exemplified the word: 'Gyte, Gyteling, applied contemptuously, or in ill humour, to a young child'.