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Dvorak

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noun, often attributive Dvor·ak \də-ˈvȯr-ak\

Definition of Dvorak

  1. :  a typing keyboard with frequently used letters placed centrally — compare qwerty



Origin and Etymology of dvorak

August Dvorak †1975 American educator


First Known Use: 1983


Dvořák

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biographical name Dvo·řák \(də-)ˈvȯr-ˌzhäk\

Definition of Dvořák

  1. Antonín 1841–1904 Bohemian composer



Rhymes with dvořák

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