Gazophylacium Anglicanum

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Gazophylacium Anglicanum is a dictionary of the English language first published anonymously in London in 1689.

It was reprinted in 1691 as A New English Dictionary.

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"Gazophylacium Anglicanum – containing the derivation of English words, proper and common, each in an alphabet distinct : proving the Dutch and Saxon[disambiguation needed] to be the prime fountains : and likewise giving the similar words in most European languages, whereby any of them may be indifferently well learned, and understood : fitted to the capacity of the English reader, that may be curious to know the original of his mother-tongue"

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