James Murray

NOUN
  1. Scottish philologist and the lexicographer who shaped the Oxford English Dictionary (1837-1915)
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  • Last year I reported on James Murray's letter of application to the British Museum Library, which did not get the future editor of the OED a job despite his acquaintance with the Romance tongues, Italian, French, Catalan, Spanish, Latin & in a lesser degree Portuguese, Vaudois, Provencal, & various dialects... languagehat.com: GOTHIC REQUIRED.
  • On the appearance of this magazine article, the late Sir James Murray, the eminent philologist, tried, with that amazing industry that characterized all his work, to trace the word "tangram" to its source. Amusements in Mathematics
  • James Murray, an analyst at the web metrics firm, expects traffic to keep rising in the run-up to the wedding, although it might not achieve that initial peak again.
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