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Aug 24, 2021

[Answer] What fake word appeared in the 1934 Webster's dictionary?

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...It isn't easy to put together a dictionary. It took nearly 100 editors and 202 consultants nearly 12 years to produce the last print edition of the unabridged "Webster's Third New International" dictionary. Despite the meticulous steps to prevent errors, they do occur. The 1934 edition of "Webster's" is the prime example. The 3,350-page book of over 600,000 entries included a fake word: dord. The word was listed on page 771. It was supposedly a noun meaning "density" in physics and chemistry. It seems a notation for "D or d", meaning "upper-case D or lower-case d" was misinterpreted as a word "dord." The error was discovered a short five years later and removed. Source: RD.com




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Dord:


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