A Dictionary of the English Language was a book written by Samuel Johnson in 1775.
- The dictionary contained every English word at the time, except for sausage and aardvark.
- Known words in the dictionary: bloomers, bottom, burp, fart, fiddle, and fornicate.
- Other ones (said by Edmund) include: contrafibularities, anaspeptic, phrasmotic, pericombobulation, interfrastically, pendigestartery, interludicule, velocitous, extramuralisation, though the last 5 were never truly written in.
- It took Dr. Johnson "eighteen hours of every day for the last ten years".
- During the book's writing, Johnson's mother died, his father cut of his head and fried it in garlic, and his wife brought armies of lovers so that they could make a huge family of bastards.
- The book was later burned by Baldrick.
After the supposed burning of the original, Edmund, Baldrick, and George. Attempted to rewrite the dictionary in one day.
- A "impersonal pronoun; doesn't really mean anything" (Edmund and George)
- Aardvark "medium-sized insectivore with protruding nasal implement" (Edmund)
- Ab "a buzzing thing" (Baldrick)
- Belching *belching sound* (George)
- C "big wobbly thing that mermaids live in" (Baldrick)
- Dog "not a cat" (Baldrick)
- Fire "hot orangy thing under the stony mantlepiece" (Baldrick, not written)