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Comparing Different Word Game Dictionaries

There's a fascinating variety among the dictionaries used in different word games, and each comes with its unique set of rules and word lists. Here's a comparison of the Scrabble US dictionary, Scrabble UK dictionary, Words with Friends Dictionary, and the Oxford English Dictionary:

  • Scrabble US Dictionary: Known as the 'Official Scrabble Players Dictionary' (OSPD), the US National Scrabble Association compiled it and includes words present in five standard print dictionaries. It's used in tournament play in the United States, Canada, and Thailand. A modified version, the Tournament Word List (TWL), removes some words less suitable for tournament play.
  • Scrabble UK Dictionary: The 'Official Scrabble Words' (OSW) is used in the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand. It's a collection of all words and combinations playable in tournament Scrabble in these countries, using British English. The SOWPODS dictionary, an amalgamation of the OSW and OSPD dictionaries, is used in the rest of the world.
  • Words with Friends Dictionary: Words with Friends has its own dictionary, which tends to allow some words that are invalid in Scrabble. This gives players a slightly different experience and challenges when it comes to word selection.
  • Oxford English Dictionary: The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) is the principal historical dictionary of the English language, tracing the historical development of the English language and describing usage in its many variations throughout the world. It features entries in historical order according to the date of their earliest ascertainable recorded use and contains approximately 301,100 main entries.

Each dictionary offers a unique word list and adheres to specific rules that shape the gameplay and strategies in different word games. Whether you're a Scrabble enthusiast, a Words with Friends fanatic, or an Oxford English Dictionary devotee, understanding the nuances of these dictionaries can significantly enhance your word game skills and enjoyment.

Combine Words

Bird + Duck = Bick
Apple + Honor = Aplonor
Hand + Locker = Handocker

Combine Names

Brad + Angelina = Brangelina
Robert + Katelyn = Robyn
Gregory + Janet = Granet

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