Welcome to the Double Tongue Word Wrester Dictionary where you will find slang, jargon and less frequently used terms defined for you. For a full explanation of what is included in this dictionary, check out the About section, which is where you will also find out about the author of the site.
On the main page, you will find the newest entry defined near the top. Then just off to the side of that, you will find a listing of the newest entries so you can easily check out what was recently added. You will also see that there is an Alpha Index on the side of the page and beneath the newest entries, you can find a listing of newest citations.
Across the top of the page, there is a menu bar with these categories: About, Categories, Citations, Cohort, Word-a-Day, Entries, Feeds, Login and Search.
Categories – This is another way for you to browse the entries on the site. Only here, you’ll do it by finding the words that relate to the name of the category. So, if you wanted to see advertising slang or jargon, you could do so by clicking on the Advertising link in the category section.
You will also be able to check out Register, Language and Class as a way to view words just beneath the categories section. Register deals with certain types of words like colloquial, derogatory, euphemism, jargon, slang, etc. Language is where you can check out words from the many different languages around the world. Class is a section devoted to abbreviations, acronyms and eponyms.
Citations – Here you can check out the citation queue for recently added words. The most recent will be on this page to go back further. Either click the 2, 3 or > links just under the citation queue area. Or, you can click the Last >> link for the very last page and oldest entries.
Cohort – Here you will find links to other language orientated sites, as well as, the option to nominate sites to be listed here.
Word-a-Day is where you can sign up to get the daily e-mail from this site. It contains a definition or several definitions and comes directly to your Inbox each day. To find out more about it and how to sign up, check out this section. There are a couple ways that you can sign up. I chose the simple way. I just typed my e-mail address in the text box and clicked the Subscribe button. There is also an advanced option where you can subscribe or unsubscribe from the newsletter just beneath that.
Entries – This is another way for you to view the words that are added here. The newest entries are shown on this page, as well as, the option to check out the ones that were added previously. It uses the same navigation system as the Citations section.
Feeds – If you are into RSS feeds, you can find four from this site that you can get. Entry Feed gives you the 10 most recent entries. Complete Feed gives you the 10 most recent dictionary entries. Citation Feed gives you the last 20 citations that haven’t been fully developed yet and the last is a feed to the author’s blog.
Login – I am not sure what this is for. I didn’t find any content that I needed to log in to view, but the registration is free. If you figure it out, will you please let me know what it is meant for? Thanks!
Search – Here you will find the search engine that offers you several ways to search the site. It even offers advanced search options to really help you find what you are looking for.
This site is truly a well of new information and I can’t wait to delve even deeper into it. Check it out!