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A collection of specialised words or terms, with their meanings.
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glossary

Dictionary, lexicon Vox populi A whole bunch of words/phrases arranged alphabetically and defined, sans pronunciation–eg, present work
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In turning to the glossarial portion of OCB (1:443-2:1282), it is important to remember that Anglo-American readers have had to rely heavily on the two editions of Geoffrey Ashall Glaister's Glossary of the Book (2nd rev.
The book also includes a thorough bibliography and a glossarial index.
[T]he book is very vulnerable to the kind of glossarial jigsaw-solver who must find form: pattern, decor, lamination, colourscheme.
The interests of the audience of the present journal would probably not best be served by a detailed account of the philological and glossarial evidence set forth by Gretsch.
(90.) Yoneo Ishii et al., A Glossarial Index of the Sukhothai Inscriptions (Bangkok: Amarin, 1989).