This List contains the subscriptions that you are subscribed to.

Arvind Lexicon comes in many Editions, from the Free Edition which has only a small subset of words, through the Professional Edition to the Library Edition which is very comprehensive.

Users subscribe to these editions on a yearly basis.

Arvind Lexicon will remember your selection till you change it again. <

Shortcut Key: Alt + Shift + U.
Uncheck the Languages/Scripts you do not wish to display and click 'Set Languages'.

e.g. if you know Devnagari script well, you could uncheck the 'Roman Script' option. <

Shortcut Key: Alt + Shift + L.
If checked, Roman Transliteration is shown before Devnagari script for Hindi Words.

The transliteration scheme used is a newly devised intuitive method where:

Capital vowels denote the longer vowel sound
Capital consonants denote the harder consonant sound

Shortcut Key: Alt + Shift + F.
If checked, the opposite language is shown first to assist translators.

If a word is searched for in English, the Hindi synonyms will be displayed before the English ones and vice versa. <

Shortcut Key: Alt + Shift + R.
Rapid Dictionary

The Rapid Dictionary allows you to explore Words Alphabetically.

The Word itself is first shown

Under the Word are shown all the Contexts (Entries) for the Word

Click on any Context/Entry to view its Synonyms

Shortcut Key: Alt + Shift + Y.
Thematic Navigation

Thematic Navigation allows you to explore Words hierarchically.

Words are grouped according to natural association into Headings and further into Entries for each heading

Click on any Heading to load Entries classfied under that Heading. The first Entry is automatically selected.

Click on any Entry to view its Synonyms

Shortcut Key: Alt + Shift + T.
Visual Thesaurus Usage Hints

The Visual Thesaurus gives you a graphical bird's eye view of the associations of any word.

Show/Hide the Visual Thesaurus, by checking/unchecking the box "Visual Thesaurus".

Enlarge/Reduce the Graph to/from Full Screen by checking/uncheking "Zoom Graph".

View associations for any related word by clicking on it.

Center on a group of words by clicking on the Group (box with thicker borders).

Zoom in and out on displayed elements with the middle mouse wheel.

Go Back in the Zoomed View by clicking on 'Go Back'.

Pan the graph by clicking and dragging on an empty area of the graph.

Print the graph by first Enlarging it to Full Screen and then clicking on Print.

Shortcut Key: Alt + Shift + V.
Zoom / Unzoom Graph

Enlarge/Reduce the Graph to/from Full Screen by checking/unchecking "Zoom Graph".

Shortcut Key: Alt + Shift + Z.
Previous Word

Navigate the Graph Back to the previous word.

Shortcut Key: Alt + Shift + B. Internet Explorer Users need to hit the Enter key after the link is focussed.

The Synonyms View shows words ordered Alphabetically for each language

The Synonyms View shows words ordered in Rervsed Phonetic (Rhyming) order for supported languages
Arvind Lexicon Professional Edition (Online Dictionary & Thesaurus)
Select Languages:  
Search    i    
From the Blog ...
Rapid Dictionary
animate ​
animate and inanimate existence ​
animate and inanimate world ​
animate being ​
animated ​
animatedly ​
animatedness ​
animate existence ​
animate material ​
animate matter ​
animateness ​
animate world ​
animating ​
animation ​
animation film ​
animator ​
animism ​
animist ​
an immense cloud of gas (mainly hydrogen) and dust in interstellar space ​
an immoral act - a deliberate transgression of a religious or moral law ​
animosity ​
an impairment of health or a condition of abnormal functioning ​
an implement edged with rubber or the like, for removing water from glass and surfaces ​
an implement for sharpening the point on pencils ​
an implement with a handle and a block of bristles/hair wire, used for cleaning/smoothing/painting ​
an impure form of quartz consisting of banded chalcedony - used as a gemstone ​
animus ​
an inability of the male to copulate ​
an inability to remember or think of something you normally can do ​
an inability to sleep ​
an inclined surface connecting two levels ​
an independent country within the British Commonwealth - achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1907 - known for sheep and spectacular scenery ​
an Indian food preperation made from rice and lentils ​
an individual's character, disposition, and tendencies as revealed in his reactions ​
an individual who keeps on roaming about ​
an infection of the intestines marked by severe diarrhoea ​
an infection of the sebaceous gland of the eyelid ​
an infective disease caused by sporozoan parasites ​
an infective disease caused by sporozoan parasites that are transmitted through the bite of an infected Anopheles mosquito - marked by paroxysms of chills and fever ​
an inflated sense of self-importance or superiority ​
an inflorescence consisting of a cluster of flowers ​
an informal photograph ​
an informer or spy working for the police ​
an inhalation of tobacco smoke ​
an initial advantage in a competitive situation ​
an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration ​
an injury to living tissue (especially an injury involving a cut or break in the skin) ​
an inner, vital, and spiritual principle, the source of all bodily functions and particularly of mental activities - belief in some kind of soul that can exist apart from the body is found in all known cultures ​
an insect in the inactive stage of development (when it is not feeding) intermediate between larva and adult ​
an insoluble crystalline acid present in bile ​
an instance of flashing ​
an instance of questioning ​
an institution offering certain financial services such as the safekeeping of money, dealing in domestic and foreign currency, taking and lending money at interest ​
an institution of higher education created to educate and grant degrees - often a part of a university ​
an institution where people are cared for ​
an instrument for finding direction ​
an instrument used to examine the eye ​
an intermediate place or state ​
an interpretation that removes obstacles to understanding ​
Visual Thesaurus