Implements of art: pen, pencil, brush, crayon; stump, graver, style, burin; canvas, easel, palette, maul-stick, palette-knife; studio, atelier.
2°. Conventional Means
1. Language generally
Dialect, provincialism, Cockney speech, brogue, patois, patter, slang, argot, broken English, pidgin-English, lingua franca.
Universal languages: Esperanto, Volapük, Ido.
Pasigraphy, chirology, dactylology, pantomime, dumb-show, deaf-and-dumb language; linguistics, glossology, dialectology, phonetics.
Literature, letters, polite literature, belles-lettres, the muses, humanities, the republic of letters, literè humaniores.
(Verbs). To express by words, to couch in terms, to clothe in language.
(Adjectives). Literary, belletristic, linguistic, dialectal, current, polyglot, pantomimic.
(Adverbs). In plain terms, in king's English, in common parlance, in household words.
Syllable, monosyllable, dissyllable, polysyllable; anagram.
(Verbs). To spell, spell out.
(Adjectives). Literal, abecedarian, orthographic.
Word similarly pronounced, homonym, homophone, paronym.
A dictionary, vocabulary, lexicon, index, polyglot, glossary, thesaurus, gradus; lexicography; a lexicographer.
Derivation, etymology, glossology.
(Adjectives). Verbal, literal, titular, etymological, terminological.
Similarly derived, conjugate, paronymous.
(Adverbs). Nominally, etc., verbatim, word for word, literally, sic, totidem, verbis, ipsissimis verbis, literatim, chapter and verse.
A pun, play upon words, paronomasia, jeu de mots, calembour, palindrome, conundrum, acrostic, anagram 533.
Dialect, see 560.
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