List Of Lexicographers

The following are lexicographers, people who specialise in the theory and practice of dictionary making.

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I

  • Jonah ibn Janah (Spain, c. 990-1050) Hebrew language lexicon
  • Ibn Manzur (1233-1312) Arabic dictionary incorporating earlier dictionaries
  • Laurynas Ivinskis (Lithuania, 1810-1881) Lithuanian language bilingual dictionary

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  • Sita Ram Lalas (India, born 1909) Rajasthani language historical dictionary
  • Edward William Lane (1801-1876) Translation of medieval Arabic dictionaries to English
  • Pierre Larousse (France, 1817-1875) French language general dictionary and encyclopedic dictionary
  • Donald Laycock (Australia, 1936-1988) languages of Papua New Guinea
  • James Legge (UK/China, 1815-1897) Chinese language
  • George William Lemon (UK, 1726-1797) English language etymological dictionary
  • Matthias von Lexer (Germany, 1830-1892) German language historical dictionary
  • Li Fanwen (China, born 1932) Tangut and Chinese bilingual dictionary
  • Henry Liddell (UK, 1811-1898) Greek and English bilingual lexicon
  • Sven Lidman (Sweden, born 1921) Swedish encyclopedic dictionary
  • Lin Yutang (China/USA, 1895-1976) Chinese and English bilingual dictionary
  • Samuel Linde (Poland, 1771-1847) Polish language general dictionary
  • Émile Littré (France, 1801-1881) French language general dictionary
  • Thomas Lloyd (Wales, 1673-1734) Welsh language
  • Elias Lönnrot (Finland, 1802-1884) Finnish and Swedish bilingual dictionary

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  • Martin Ulvestad (Norway/USA, 1865-1942) English-Danish-Norwegian trilingual dictionary
  • Laurence Urdang (USA, 1927-2008) English language general dictionary
  • Dmitry Ushakov (Russia, 1873-1942) Russian language general dictionary

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  • Xu Shen (China, c. 58-147) Chinese language character dictionary

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  • Robert W. Young (USA, 1912-2007) Navajo language general dictionary
  • Henry Yule (Scotland and India, 1820-1889), co-compiler of Hobson-Jobson ("A Glossary of Colloquial Anglo-Indian Words and Phrases, and of Kindred Terms, Etymological, Historical, Geographical and Discursive")

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  • Ladislav Zgusta (Czechoslovakia/USA, 1924-2007) historical/comparative linguistics, onomastics, lexicography
  • Ben Zimmer (USA, born 1971) English language visual thesaurus

See also


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