Definition of Argots

1. Noun. (plural of argot) ¹



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Definition of Argots

1. argot [n] - See also: argot

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Argots

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argon-38
argon-40
argonaut
argonauta
argonaute
argonautes
argonauts
argonon
argons
argopelter
argosies
argosy
argot
argotic
argots (current term)
arguability
arguable
arguably
argue
argue out
argued
arguendo
arguer
arguers
argues
argufied
argufier
argufiers
argufies

Literary usage of Argots

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1. Language and Languages: Being "Chapters on Language" and "Families of Speech" by Frederic William Farrar (1878)
"... of our view in certain languages of modern invention, to which we shall again allude. I mean the various argots of the dangerous classes throughout ..."

2. Chapters on Language by Frederic William Farrar (1865)
"I mean the various argots of the dangerous classes throughout Europe. These languages have to fulfil the opposite conditions of being distinct to those who ..."

3. Census of India, 1901 by India Census Commissioner, Sir Herbert Hope Risley (1902)
"Trade argots.—Our information regarding the trade argots is not at all complete ... Some of the words are These trade argots appear to be allied to the true ..."

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