613 – Dictionary.com Starts Defining Emoji (an interview with Jane Solomon)

Dictionary.com has added emoji definitions to its site, and I have an interview with the lexicographer behind the decision, Jane Solomon. Emoji are a lot more linguistically complex than you may imagine. Plus, I remind you of the difference between “aw” and “awe” and the origin that will help you use “awe” especially well.

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