from The Century Dictionary.
- Relating to, connected with, or of the nature of a glossary.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to glosses or to a glossary; containing a glossary.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Of or pertaining to
glossesor to a glossary.
- adjective Containing a
Sorry, no etymologies found.
A book on hot dog's glossarial provenance will appear this year under the names of Mr. Shulman, Mr. Cohen and Barry Popick.
 The common text inserts "et incorruptibili AEone," but this seems better rejected as a glossarial interpolation.
-- T. appears to apply a peculiar meaning of his own to the word "version," which it would have been quite as well if he had explained in a glossarial note.
Such of our readers as do not possess Halliwell's _Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words_, which Mr. Way, a very competent authority, lately designated in our columns as Mr. Halliwell's "useful glossarial collections," will be glad to learn that Mr. Russell Smith has announced
Here glossarial, textual, and literary information is bundled together.
It is this hyper-allegorical and glossarial method which constitutes the peculiar characteristic of his exegesis, and proves a valuable help to the literary critic in distinguishing authentic Hesychiana from the unauthentic.
Through the kindness of: Fr W.A. Craigie, Dr.M. Denby, and M..E. G. Bayford, I have also been able to make a few changes in the glossarial footnotes, The most important of these is the change from "E.ber's" to
The following glossarial dictionary is intended to supply that desideratum.
(Preference is given to actual examples in running text, then to printed glossarial evidence, and finally to orally collected examples.)
Any item with two or more examples may be considered secure; an item from a single non-glossarial source that parallels an existing expression may also be considered secure; an item with only a single glossarial citation would have been kept out unless a confirming example could be solicited.