Saturday, July 30, 2011


Abecedary \ey-bee-SEE-duh-ry\ , noun;
1. Archaic: Primer, alphabet table

This word dates to the mid-15th century from Middle Latin abecedarium ("an ABC book"), which is the neuter from of the adjective abecedarius. It comes from the first four letters of the Latin alphabet, which is not unlike the origin of alphabet.

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