The "dictionary" occupied 252 pages, explaining the meanings and pronunciations of the German, Italian and other non-English words found in the terminology of classical music.
These words are usually derived from non-English words.
The summons is called a "subpoena for production of evidence" in some U.S. states that have sought to reduce the use of non-English words and phrases in court terminology.
All non-English words in this table are Sanskrit.
The word is attributed to Robert Baden-Powell, who introduced it into Scouting jargon, together with other non-English word such as jamboree (Swahili) and oubaas (Afrikaans).
It can also refer to non-English words pronounced with English phonetics by English-speakers.
Many of the non-English words and place names are actually in the Esperanto language.
In the interest of readability, where italics are used to indicate non-English words, I have silently omitted them or replaced them with quotation marks.
One of the ten non-English words that were identified as most difficult to transalte in June 2004 by a British translation company.
The majority of the non-English words used in The Weirdstone of Brisingamen have been adopted from Norse mythology.