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

Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties
Division (II) Communication of Ideas
Section III. Means of Communicating Ideas
1. Natural Means

551. Record.

   NOUN:TRACE, vestige, relic, remains; scar, cicatrix; footstep, footmark, footprint; pug [India], track, mark, wake, trail, scent, piste [F.].
  MONUMENT, hatchment, achievement; escutcheon or scutcheon; slab, tablet, trophy, obelisk, pillar, column, monolith; memorial; memento (memory) [See Memory]; testimonial, medal, Congressional medal; cross, Victoria cross or V. C., iron cross [Ger.]; ribbon, garter; commemoration (celebration) [See Celebration].
  RECORD, note, minute; register, registry; roll (list) [See List]; chartulary or cartulary, diptych, Domesday book; catalogue raisonné [F.]; entry, memorandum, indorsement or endorsement, inscription, copy, duplicate, docket; notch (mark) [See Indication]; muniments; deed (security) [See Security]; document; deposition, procés verbal [F.]; affidavit; certificate (evidence) [See Evidence].
  notebook, memorandum book, pocketbook, commonplace book, portfolio; bulletin, bulletin board, score board, score sheet, totalizator [racing]; card index, file, letter file, pigeonholes; excerpta [L.], excerpt, extract, adversaria, jottings, dottings.
  newspaper, daily, gazette (publication) [See Publication]; magazine.
  calendar, ephemeris, diary, log, log book or logbook, journal, daybook, ledger, cashbook, petty cashbook.
  ARCHIVE, scroll, state paper, return, bluebook or blue book; almanac or almanack, gazetteer, Almanach de Gotha, Statesman’s Year-book, Whitaker’s Almanack; census report; statistics [See List]; compte rendu [F.]; Acts -, Transactions -, Proceedings- of; Hansard’s Debates; Congressional Records; minutes, chronicle, annals; legend; history, biography [See Description].
  REGISTRATION; registry, enrollment or enrolment, tabulation; entry, booking; signature (identification) [See Indication]; recorder [See Recorder]; journalism.
  MECHANICAL RECORD, recording instrument; gramophone, phonograph [See Hearing]; seismograph, seismometer; speedometer, pedometer, patent log [naut.]; ticker, tape; time clock; anemometer (measurement) [See Measurement]; turnstile; cash register; votograph.
   VERB:RECORD; put -, place- upon record; chronicle, calendar, excerpt, hand down to posterity; keep up the memory (remember) [See Memory]; commemorate (celebrate) [See Celebration]; report (inform) [See Information]; commit to -, reduce to- writing; put -, set down- -in writing, – in black and white; put -, jot -, take -, write -, note -, set- down; note, minute, put on paper; take -, make- a -note, – minute, – memorandum; summarize, make a return; mark (indicate) [See Indication]; sign (attest) [See Evidence].
  ENTER, book; post, post up; insert, make an entry of; mark off, tick off; register, list, docket, enroll, inscroll; file (store) [See Store].
   ADVERB:ON RECORD, on file; in one’s -good books, – bad books.
  1. Exegi monumentum ære perennius.—Horace
  2. Read their history in a nation’s eyes.—Gray
  3. Records that defy the tooth of time.—Young