Abecedary (English, noun)

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Term or phrase abecedary
Language English
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Function in sentence or vocabulary noun
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Plural abecedarii
Sources of information in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
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Alternative spelling abscedary
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Sources of information in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
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Alternative spelling absedary
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Sources of information in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
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Alternative spelling abecedarie
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Sources of information in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
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Alternative spelling abecedario
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Sources of information in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
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Description of origin, manner, or change of usage Used from the 15th to the 18th century.
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Was the source of the description in print? If so, insert the source here. Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
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Sources of information in print Roget, Peter Mark, Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases, rev. John Lewis Roget and Samuel Romilly Roget (New York: Avenel Books, n.d.), 561
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Synonym ABC
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Sources of information in print Roget, Peter Mark, Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases, rev. John Lewis Roget and Samuel Romilly Roget (New York: Avenel Books, n.d.), 561
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Synonym abece
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Sources of information in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
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Synonym absey-book
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Sources of information in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
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Definition An alphabet book; a primer.
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Source of definition in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
Significant terms and phrases alphabet, primer
Definition [A] teacher, or a learner, of the ABC's.
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Is the text of the definition a quotation or a paraphrase of the source? quotation
Source of definition in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
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... more about "Abecedary (English, noun)"
alphabet +, primer +  and ABC +
An alphabet book; a primer. +  and [A] teacher, or a learner, of the ABC's. +
Used from the 15th to the 18th century. +
abecedarii +
Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary" +  and Roget, Peter Mark, Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases, rev. John Lewis Roget and Samuel Romilly Roget (New York: Avenel Books, n.d.), 561 +
alphabet +, ABC +, abece +  and absey-book +
abecedary +, abscedary +, absedary +, abecedarie +  and abecedario +