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About this app

A tiger is "bigger than a Greyhound" and "many toes". Lungesot in cattle cured with turpentine and a skinned fox who cut.

How thought and talked in 1700? What did you and what did not? You never know exactly, but you can get an idea by looking it up in Moth's Dictionary - a great importance dictionary has first been released in 2013 - 300 years after its completion.

Moths Dictionary is for all who are interested in the Danish language, funny words and history.

The dictionary contains over 100,000 dictionary articles, all with a Latin explanation. Uniquely for the period includes the dictionary also everyday language and ordinary human idioms and sayings. "Wise child is ei to sled rely on" (under "child"), "which is the UAE mend that their wives faith" (see "man")

Moths Dictionary is part of ordnet.dk and published by the Danish Language and Literature (DSL), which has more than 100 years of experience in publishing dictionaries and behind the largest Danish native language dictionaries. The project is supported by the Carlsberg Foundation.

The app requires internet access. That way you are sure to always have access to the latest version of the dictionary as we improve it without having to update the app. And it's all free. Enjoy!
Updated on
Nov 12, 2018

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