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0000 0001 2096 9415
Name: 
Partridge, Eric
Partridge, Eric H.
Partridge, Eric Honeywood
Patelijie, Aileke
Dates: 
1894-1979
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Related identities: 
Denison, Corrie (Pseud.; other identity, same person)
Vigilans (Pseud.; other identity, same person)
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Beale, Paul
Brophy, John
Clark, John Willis
Denison, Corrie (1894-1979; see also from)
Granville, Wilfred
Greet, William Cabell
Grose, Francis
Ray, James (1894-1979; see also from)
Roberts, Francis Gerard
Simpson, Jacqueline
Vigilans (1894-1979; see also from)
Warton, Joseph
Warton, Thomas
Whitcut, Janet
Wyld, Henry Cecil Kennedy (1870-1945)
Titles: 
Adventuring among words.
Anary of the underworld British & American : being the vocabularies of crooks criminals racketeers beggars and tramps convicts the commercial underworld the drug traffic the white slave traffic spivs
autobiography of Pel. Verjuice, The
book of English prose, 1700-1914., A
British and American English since 1900
Chamber of horrors; a glossary of official jargon, both English and American
charm of words; essays and papers on language., A
classical dictionary of the vulgar tongue, A
Comic alphabets; their origin, development, nature.
concise dictionary of slang and unconventional English, A : from a Dictionary of slang and unconventional English by Eric Partridge
concise usage and abusage, The : a modern guide to good English
covey of Partridge; an anthology., A
critical medley, A : essays, studies, and notes in English, French and comparative literature.
dictionary of abbreviations, A : with especial attention to war-time abbreviations
Dictionary of Catch Phrases, A : British and American, from the 16th Century to the Present Day
Dictionary of Catch Phrases, A : British and American, from the Sixtenth Century to the Present Day
dictionary of catch phrases, American and British, from the sixteenth century to the present day, A
dictionary of catch phrases, British and American, from the sixteenth century to the present day, A
dictionary of clichés, A : with an introductory essay
Dictionary of clichés With an introductory essay, A
dictionary of Forces' slang, 1939-1945, A
dictionary of historical slang, A
dictionary of R. A. F. slang, with an introductory essay., A
Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English, A : Colloquialism and Catch Phrases : Fossilised Jokes and Puns : General Nicknames, Vulgarism and such Americanism as have been naturalised
Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English, A : Colloquialism and Catch-phrases Solecism and Catachreses : Nicknames : Vulgarism and such Americanisms as have been naturalized
dictionary of slang and unconventional English, A : colloquialisms and catch phrases, fossilised jokes and puns, general nicknames, vulgarisms, and such Americanisms as have been naturalised
dictionary of slang and unconventional English, A : colloquialisms and catch-phrases, solecisms and catachreses, nicknames, and vulgarisms
dictionary of slang and unconventional English, A : colloquialisms and catch-phrases, solecisms and catachreses, nicknames, vulgarisms and such Americanisms as have been naturalized
dictionary of slang and unconventional English, A : colloquialisms and catchphrases, solecisms and catachreses, nicknames, vulgarisms and such Americanisms as have been naturalized.
dictionary of slang and unconventional English; slang--including the language of the underworld, colloquialisms and catch-phrases, solecisms and catachreses, nicknames, vulgarisms and such Americanisms as have been naturalized, A
dictionary of slang and uncouventional english, A : colloquialisms and catch-phrases, solecisms and catachreses, nicknames, vulgarisms and such americanisms as have been naturalized : in two volumes
dictionary of the Underwold, A : british and american : being the Vocabularies of crooks criminals racketeers beggars and tramps convicts the commercial underworld the drug traffic the white slave traffic spivs
dictionary of the underworld, British & American, being the vocabularies of crooks, criminals, racketeers, beggars and tramps, convicts, the commercial underworld, the drug traffic, the white slave traffic, spivs., A
Dictionary of the Underworld British and American, A
Eighteenth century English romantic poetry (up till the publication of the "Lyrical ballads," 1798)
English; a course for human beings.
Eric Partridge in his own words
first book of quotations., A
first three years, The ; an account with a discursive bibliography of the Scholartis Press
French romantics' knowledge of English literature (1820-1848) according to contemporary French memoirs, letters and periodicals., The
From Sanskrit to Brazil; vignettes and essays upon languages.
gentle art of lexicography as pursued and experienced by an addict., The
Glimpses
Here, there and everywhere; essays upon language.
Journey to the edge of morning; thoughts upon books, love, life.
Literary sessions
long trail, The : soldiers' songs and slang, 1914-18
Name into word; proper names that have become common property; a discursive dictionary.
Name this child, a dictionary of English (and American) Christian names
Name this child; a dictionary of modern British and American given or Christian names.
Name your child: a handy guide for puzzled parents.
New Testament word book; a glossary., A
Origins : a short etymological dictionary of modern english
Origins : An Etymological Dictionary of Modern English
penguin dictionary of historical slang, The
poems of Cuthbert Shaw and Thomas Russell, The
Polite conversation
Robert Eyres Landor : a biographical and critical sketch
Routledge dictionary of historical slang, The
Sea slang of the twentieth century : Royal Navy, Merchant Navy, yachtsmen, fishermen, bargemen, canalmen, miscellaneous
shaggy dog story; its origin, development and nature (with a few seemly examples)., The
Shakespeare's bawdy: a literary & psychological essay and a comprehensive glossary.
Shorter dictionary of catch phrases
Slang To-Day and Yesterday : with a short historical sketch and vocabularies of English, American and Australian slang
Slang to-day and yesterday : With a short historickal sketch and vocabularies of english, american, and australian slang.
Smaller slang dictionary
Songs and slang of the British soldier: 1914-1918.
Swift's Polite conversation.
Three men's war; the personal records of active service
Three personal records of the war
three Wartons; a choice of their verse, The
universal dictionary of the English language, The : an original compilation giving all pronunciations in simplified and in more exact phonetic notations, extensive etymologies, definitions ...
Usage and Abusage : A Guide to Good English
What's the meaning? A book for younger people.
Window (London, England)
Window., The
Words at war, words at peace; essays on language in general and particular words.
world of words; an introduction to language in general and to English and American in particular., The
You have a point there : A guide to punctuation and its allies
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