An Icelandic-English Dictionary: Based On the Ms. by Richard Cleasby

By Richard Cleasby

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T. = verb, transitive interj. = interjection Many words can be more than one part of speech. h. Different dictionaries handle parts of speech in different ways. Sometimes they provide a separate entry for each part of speech. Sometimes the word has one entry and its various parts of speech and its meanings are all listed after that one entry. Exercise #12 for Practice Look up the following words in your dictionary. Indicate what parts of speech each word can be. Write the abbreviations in the spaces provided.

In the remainder of this chapter you will learn the wealth of information you will find with each word entry. By working through the practice exercises you will increase your skills at digging out such important information as: • Definitions • Spelling • Number of syllables (syllabication) • Pronunciation • Part of speech • History (etymology) • Synonyms (words similar in meaning) and antonyms (words opposite in meaning). DEFINITIONS A good dictionary gives you a concise definition of a word you wish to find.

If a word sounds like it begins with f but it does not, try ph (phone, photograph). • If a word sounds like it begins with r and you cannot find it, try wr (write, wrong). • If a word sounds like it begins with n but does not, try gn (gnome, gnat), kn (knife, knee), pn (pneumonia) or en (enrage, end). • If a word sounds like it begins with k but it does not, try c (click, claim). • If a word sounds like it begins with j and you cannot find it, try g (gym, germ). • If a word sounds like it begins with o but does not, try en (entree, encore).

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