Thursday, 24 January 2013


Not even a native speaker knows all the words of his own language. Technical vocabulary is used only by specialists and so is not generally known by non-specialists. Here you will find dictionaries and glossaries of specialized words in the English language. 

Accounting Advertising Agriculture Anthropology
Archeology Architecture Art Astronomy
Automobiles Aviation Beauty Beer
Beverages Biography Biology Botany
Business Carpentry Ceramics Chemistry
Children Chocolate Clothing Coffee
Collecting Computing Construction Cooking
Crafts Criminology Crosswords Dance
Dentistry Dialects Dinosaurs e-Commerce
Economics Education Elections Electronics
Energy Engineering Entomology Environment
Etymology Film Finance Fish
Food Industry Forestry Furniture Gambling
Games Genealogy Geography Geology
Golf Grammar History Horology
Internet Investment Humor Hunting
Idioms Insurance Jewelry Labor Relations
Law Leather Library Linguistics
Liquor Literature Magic Marketing
Mathematics Measures Media Medical
Metallurgy Meteorology Military Mining
Multimedia Music Mythology Names
Nationalism Net Lingo Oil & Gas Paleontology
Paper-making Pharmacy Philosophy Photography
Physics Politics Pools & Spas Printing
Professions Psychology Publishing Quotations
Railroads Real Estate Recreation Religion
Retailing Rhetoric Robotics Safety
Sailing Science Security Shakespeare
Shipping Slang Sociology Space
Sports Statistics Telecom Terrorism
Textiles Theater Tools Trade
Transportation Travel Weather Water

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