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authoru"thor (&add;"th&etilde;r), n. [oe. authour, autour, of. autor, f. auteur, fr. l. auctor, sometimes, but erroneously, written autor or author, fr. augere to increase, to produce. see auction, n.] 1. the beginner, former, or first mover of anything; hence, the efficient cause of a thing; a creator; an originator. eternal king; thee, author of all being. 2. one who composes or writes a book; a composer, as distinguished from an editor, translator, or compiler. the chief glory of every people arises from its authors. 3. the editor of a periodical. [obs.] 4. an informant. [archaic]author u"thor (&add;"th&etilde;r), v. t. 1. to occasion; to originate. [obs.] such an overthrow i have authored. 2. to tell; to say; to declare. [obs.] more of him i dare not author.author n 1. writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay) [syn: writer] 2. someone who originates or causes or initiates something; "he was the generator of several complaints" [syn: generator, source] v : be the author of; "she authored this play"?

(v. t.)

To tell; to say; to declare.  

(v. t.)

To occasion; to originate.  

(n.)

The editor of a periodical.  

(n.)

The beginner, former, or first mover of anything; hence, the efficient cause of a thing; a creator; an originator.  

(n.)

One who composes or writes a book; a composer, as distinguished from an editor, translator, or compiler.  

(n.)

An informant.  

Noun1. writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay) (synonym) writer (hypernym) communicator (hyponym) abstractor, abstracter2. someone who originates or causes or initiates something; "he was the generator of several complaints" (synonym) generator, source (hypernym) maker, shaper (hyponym) coinerVerb1. be the author of; "She authored this play" (hypernym) write, compose, pen, indite (hyponym) co-author (derivation) writer (classification) writing, authorship, composition, penning

údar, ughdair

Awdwr = n. an author

An author is any person who instigates, or gives existence to, something. such broad inclusion as this generalization allows may be applied to a range of uses, from god as author to any creator of a written work on whose authority that work lies. An author may be recognized in a collaborative panel or group, a sculptor, inventor, scientist, student, founder, or any of a wide range of creators.

scriptor, auctor

N C seller| vendor; originator; historian; authority; proposer| supporter; founder

for an author to dream that his manuscript has been rejected by the publisher, denotes some doubt at first, but finally his work will be accepted as authentic and original.To dream of seeing an author over his work, perusing it with anxiety, denotes that you will be worried over some literary work either of your own or that of some other person.  

Authorized

kitausu

Common misspellings

    • aauthor
    • aeuthor
    • aiuthor
    • euthor
    • eeuthor
    • eauthor
    • eiuthor
    • iuthor
    • iiuthor
    • ieuthor
    • uthor
    • authhor
    • authcor
    • autchor
    • authtor
    • autthor
    • autkhor
    • authkor
    • autuhor
    • authuor
    • autohor
    • authoor
    • autwhor
    • authwor
    • autahor
    • authaor
    • autor
    • authohr
    • authr
    • authorr
    • authol
    • autholl
    • authoa
    • authoar
    • authora
    • authoer
    • authore
    • autho
    • autehor
    • auethor
    • auathor
    • auhthor
    • auwthor
    • audhor
    • auhor
    • auuthor
    • aythor
    • ayuthor
    • auythor
    • ayythor
    • athor

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Typos

  • quthor
  • wuthor
  • suthor
  • xuthor
  • zuthor
  • uthor
  • autgor
  • autbor
  • autnor
  • autmor
  • autjor
  • autuor
  • autyor
  • auttor
  • autor
  • authir
  • authkr
  • authlr
  • authpr
  • authr
  • authoe
  • authod
  • authof
  • authog
  • authot
  • autho
  • aurhor
  • aufhor
  • aughor
  • auhhor
  • auyhor
  • auhor
  • aythor
  • ahthor
  • ajthor
  • akthor
  • aithor
  • athor

Anagrams

  • ahturo
  • atohru
  • aurtoh
  • aorthu
  • ahtrou
  • aourth
  • athruo
  • ahtour
  • arhuot
  • athuor
  • auhort
  • aouthr
  • ahrtou
  • auhrot
  • aothru
  • athour
  • aurhto
  • aorhut
  • ahrout
  • auohtr
  • atrouh
  • atouhr
  • atourh
  • aotruh
  • atuhor
  • atuhro
  • auorth
  • ahuort
  • aorhtu
  • aothur
  • aoturh
  • atruoh
  • aruhot
  • aohutr
  • atuorh
  • aotuhr
  • auothr
  • artohu
  • aohurt
  • auroth
  • auotrh
  • ahortu
  • arutoh
  • aoruht
  • atorhu
  • ahrotu
  • aotrhu
  • aohrtu
  • arhuto
  • atrhuo
  • aurhot
  • atuohr
  • athuro
  • aurtho
  • aourht
  • ahourt
  • ahotru
  • ahotur
  • aoruth
  • atruho
  • aruoht
  • aohtur
  • atrohu
  • aortuh
  • atohur
  • autohr
  • auorht
  • ahtuor
  • aturoh
  • ahutro
  • auhotr
  • ahruto
  • auhrto
  • autorh
  • autroh
  • aruoth
  • autrho
  • athoru
  • arutho
  • ahorut
  • auroht
  • auhtor
  • aouhtr
  • ahutor
  • ahurto
  • ahrtuo
  • authro
  • artouh
  • ahoutr
  • artuho
  • aohtru
  • atrhou
  • arthuo
  • aruhto
  • athrou
  • aouhrt
  • ahtruo
  • ahurot
  • arthou
  • ahuotr
  • ahtoru
  • auhtro
  • aohrut
  • atoruh
  • artuoh
  • ahruot
  • author
  • aturho
  • auohrt
  • aoutrh

Word analysis of author

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