The Lad, the oldest dictionary in the world, has now been updated.
The dictionary has been updated to include all the English words used in Western medicine.
The new edition is available for download at Lad Bible website.
It contains more than 2,500 words including all the words for Western medicine, including the word “medicine”, which is the same as the word for “medication” in the Oxford English Dictionary.
The Lad Bible has been edited by Professor Neil Robertson, from the University of Edinburgh, who previously edited the dictionary for The Oxford English Corpus.
Professor Robertson said the Lad Bible had “come into its own” over the last 50 years and it has been a source of “wonderful new meanings for many people”.
“I hope that this has been of help to many of the people who use it and for their own reference, but also for others,” he said.
“I’ve been impressed by how many people I’ve spoken to, including doctors, who have used it as reference.”
The Lad was first published in 1912.
Its original aim was to provide a “standard for dictionaries in the field of Western medicine”.
In the English language, the Lad is based on the Oxford Dictionary.
“We hope that the Lad will serve as a reference for many Western practitioners who are seeking to know about Western medicine,” Professor Robertson said.
“We have a strong interest in using dictionaries and reference materials to help the medical profession as well as the general public.”
Professor Robertson also said he was hoping to publish a new edition of the Lad “in the next few months”.
“We have been doing our best to get the dictionary updated, and now we hope to get it out there and make sure it is the best version of the dictionary available,” he explained.
“This will give more and more people a good understanding of the Western medical system.”