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GlossPost: Double Tongued Word Wrester Dictionary (eng > eng)
Thread poster: Elena H Rudolph

Elena H Rudolph
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Oct 8, 2005

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Posted by: rudih

Title: Double Tongued Word Wrester Dictionary

Source language(s): eng

Target language(s): eng

Source: Grant Barret

Keywords: slang, neologisms, jargon, loanwords, varieties of english, colloquialisms



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Double-Tongued Word Wrester records undocumented or under-documented words from the fringes of English. It focuses upon slang, jargon, and other niche categories which include new, foreign, hybrid, archaic, obsolete, and rare words. Special attention is paid to the lending and borrowing of words between the various Englishes and other languages, even where a word is not a fully naturalized citizen in its new language.



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