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That the oldest dictionary publisher in the United States has added its imprimatur to this meaning of the pronoun could be seen as a powerful statement about evolving understandings of gender identity. Or it could be seen as something much more elementary : a reflection of changing times.
The dictionary, after all, is more of a rearview mirror than a vanguard of change, said Peter Sokolowski, an editor and lexicographer with Merriam-Webster. Sokolowski said. Still, a major dictionary can add credibility to an existing term or definition, said Laura A.
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Sokolowski added that languages change all the time, and objections to those transmutations — however loud they may be in the moment — are eventually forgotten. Garner challenged that comparison. The tension over whether dictionaries are reflective or prescriptive erupted in a different way across the Atlantic, with a petition questioning whether, or when, historic terms should be stricken from the record. But she has focused her ire on another major dictionary: the Oxford Dictionary of English.