Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (1870–1938). Roget’s International Thesaurus. 1922.

   NOUN:WORD, term, vocable; name [See Nomenclature]; phrase [See Phrase]; root, etymon; derivative; part of speech (grammar) [See Grammar]; ideophone.
  DICTIONARY, lexicon, vocabulary, word book, index, glossary, thesaurus, gradus, delectus, concordance; Rosetta stone.
  [SCIENCE OF LANGUAGE] etymology, derivation, glottology or glossology, terminology, orismology; translation; pronunciation, orthoëpy; paleology (philology) [See Language]; lexicography.
  LEXICOGRAPHER, lexicologist, etymologist, orthoëpist, verbarian; glossographer (scholar) [See Scholar].
  VERBOSITY, verbiage, wordiness; loquacity [See Loquacity].
   VERB:vocalize; etymologize, derive, philologize; index; translate.
   ADJECTIVE:VERBAL, literal; titular, nominal.
  [SIMILARLY DERIVED] conjugate, paronymous; derivative.
  VERBOSE, wordy [See Diffuseness]; loquacious [See Loquacity].
   ADVERB:VERBALLY &c. adj.; verbatim [L.] (exactly) [See Truth].
  1. In the beginning was the Word.—Bible
  2. The artillery of words.—Swift