Esperanto, chocolate, and biplanes in Braille: the interests of Arthur Maling – bit.ly/2bmv7kT pic.twitter.com/AYE9v4BaXW
About 2 hours ago
As the #GBBO returns tonight, we take a look at the show's language: oxford.ly/15ZMvnR pic.twitter.com/xMWjDHfBwg
About 4 hours ago
What's the origin ‘dilemma’? @mashedradish takes the term by its etymological horns: oxford.ly/1SE7TZn pic.twitter.com/xlTSmrIxEa
About 8 hours ago
Get happy with the word ‘happy’: bit.ly/1SYdDwr pic.twitter.com/k5dIvolwLO
About 12 hours ago
Word of the Day: antepartum - occurring not long before childbirth... ow.ly/iUxp503MzMc
About 13 hours ago
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5 great words from Singapore English (now in the OED)
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Holy lexicon, Batman! Comic book language from Agitron to Zod
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OED appeals: can you help us find earlier evidence of ‘Arnold Palmer’?
Finnish: an origin story
Top ten misspelled words in our corpus
What I’ve learned since moving to Yorkshire
5 elaborate cakes with equally elaborate names
Shibboleth, Sibboleth: pronouncing international Englishes
An OED editor answers some more of your questions
The many names of the woodlouse
On reading the Canadian Oxford Dictionary: the letter C
The awkward language of David Brent and The Office
Upstander, Turtle Island, and tink: an Oxford Dictionaries update
Video: why do we call unwanted email ‘spam’?
Alexander Hamilton in the OED
60 words ending with –cracy
Quiz: Twitter acronyms
English words of French origin and how to pronounce them
Unspun, white knighting, and other words on our radar
Book quiz: name the fictional hero
What did Bowdler bowdlerize?
Conventional wisdom – America gears up for two very political parties
Latinx and Mx: the X factor
From ‘acnestis’ to ‘pulchrify’: illustrating the OED Word of the Day