My Christmas Dictionary Book

Since Christmas wasn’t too long ago, here’s something from my archives (a book I pencilled and stapled together when I was much younger). One begins by reading “Big A, little a”…

  • Aa – ANGELS
    Angels are people that sing and fly.
  • Bb – BABY
    A baby is a small cild.
    Celebrate it is
    celebrating a tree.
  • Dd – deceration
    a deceration is a thing.
  • Ee – EARLY
    early is you wake up fast.
  • Ff – fast
    like you wake up fast.
  • Gg – Gift
    a gift is like a present.
  • Hh – HOLLY
    a holly is a leave.
  • Ii – ice cube
    a Ice cube is something that is cold.
  • Jj – JESUS
    Jesus is a God.
  • Kk – Knit
    Knit is something that your mom made.
  • Ll – LOVE
    like you love your present
  • Mm – MARRY
    Mary is Jesus mother.
  • Nn – NEW
    like you have a brand new toy. (on christmas)
  • Oo – ORANGE
    a orange is a fruit.
  • Pp – PRESENT
    a present is a gift.
  • Qq – quick
    like quick open the presnent
  • Rr – RIGHT
    right it is some-thing like good
  • Ss – SNOW
    Snow is some thing that is on winter time.
  • Tt – TREE
    like a christmas tree.
  • Uu

…the book was unfinished.


  1. Marie

    January 17, 2010 at 9:45 PM

    Hehehe, I like the spelling mistakes and “a deceration is a thing”.

  2. j.w

    January 17, 2010 at 10:57 PM

    You converted to Mormonism?

  3. She

    January 17, 2010 at 11:53 PM

    hehehe, how old were u when u made the book?

  4. b.p.

    January 18, 2010 at 12:09 AM

    I like the definitions of Gift, then Present, and the definitions of Quick and Fast :)

    based on the grammar and spelling, I was probably around 6 or 7 years old. I did it in my spare time (instead of as a part of school or Sunday school) since it was on placemat paper :p

  5. sajoy

    January 18, 2010 at 12:55 PM

    “love- like you love your present”
    i’m sure that word means much more now. you seem to have a lot of things related to PRESENTS

  6. Joan

    January 19, 2010 at 1:09 PM

    I enjoyed reading this. I love the simplicity and the innocence of it.
    Thanks for sharing, you gave me a good idea. Will do that next Christmas with the kiddies.

  7. Joseph

    January 19, 2010 at 10:46 PM

    This is PRECIOUS! XD
    The circular definitions for gift/present betray what could have been a fruitful career in law (or lexicography). I should follow suit on dA sometime soon… :D

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