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From Medieval Latin New Latin lexicon < Ancient Greek λεξικόν (lexicon), a lexicon), neut. of λεξικός (lexikos), of words) < λέξις (lexis), a saying, speech, word) < λέγειν (legein), to speak).

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Lexicon

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lexica or lexicons

Lexicon (plural lexica or lexicons)
  1. (linguistics) A dictionary that includes or focuses on lexemes.
  2. A dictionary of Classical Greek, Hebrew, Latin, or Aramaic.
  3. Patrono:Programming The lexicology of a programming language. (Usually called lexical structure.)
  4. (rare) Any dictionary.
  5. The vocabulary used by or known to an individual. (Also called lexical knowledge)

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Lexicon n. (plural lexica or lexicons)

  1. lexiconel:lexicon

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