The author or compiler of a lexicon or dictionary.
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John Smith (lexicographer)
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Robert Ainsworth (lexicographer)
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Stephen Skinner (lexicographer)
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John Parkhurst (lexicographer)
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Robert Allen (lexicographer)
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Thomas Wilson (lexicographer)
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