Paul Robert (lexicographer)

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Paul Charles Jules Robert (19 October 1910, Orléansville, French Algeria – 11 August 1980, Mougins, Alpes-Maritimes, France), usually called Paul Robert, was a French lexicographer and publisher, best known for his large Dictionnaire alphabétique et analogique de la langue française (1953), often called simply the Robert, and its abridgement, the Petit Robert (1967).

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  • Paul Robert, Aventures et mésaventures d'un dictionnaire, Paris: Société du nouveau Littré 'Le Robert', 1971.

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