Definition of Lexica

1. Noun. (irregular plural of lexicon) ¹



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Definition of Lexica

1. lexicon [n] - See also: lexicon

Lexicographical Neighbors of Lexica

lewisson
lewissons
lewy bodies
lex
lex dubia non obligat
lex talionis
lexatumumab
lexed
lexeis
lexeme
lexemes
lexemic
lexer
lexers
lexes
lexica (current term)
lexical
lexical ambiguity
lexical analysis
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lexical analyzers
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Literary usage of Lexica

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Introduction to the Knowledge of Rare and Valuable Editions of the Greek by Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1804)
"This is a work of great repute, and should always be found in the lexicographical collection of every student t. II. lexica GR/ECA MINORA ET INDICES IN ..."

2. A History of Ancient Greek Literature by Harold North Fowler (1902)
"Two much later lexica may be mentioned here, because they are based upon works of this time and ... Along with the lexica mention should be made of the ..."

3. Outlines of the History of Classical Philology by Alfred Gudeman (1902)
"... with only partial accuracy, but he seems to have derived, though generally only at second-hand, the bulk of his material from the following : a. lexica: ..."

4. Theological quarterly by Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (1898)
"real with verbal parallelism in the manner adopted by the lexica and some ... lexica which give the pertinent quotations —and such lexica only are of real ..."

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