I. biographical name Daniel 1782-1852 American statesman & orator II. biographical name John circa 1580-circa 1625 English dramatist III. biographical name Noah 1758-1843 American lexicographer & author

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  • Webster —   [ webstə],    1) Ben, eigentlich Benjamin Francis Webster, amerikanischer Jazzmusiker (Tenorsaxophon), * Kansas City (Missouri) 27. 2. 1909, ✝ Amsterdam 20. 9. 1973; arbeitete in den 30er Jahren in den Orchestern von Bennie (Benjamin) Moten (*… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Webster — m English: transferred use of the surname, which originated as an occupational name for a weaver, Old English webbestre (a derivative of webb web). The estre suffix was originally feminine, but by the Middle English period the gender distinction… …   First names dictionary

  • Webster — Webster1 [web′stər] n. a masculine name Webster2 [web′stər] n. 1. any of the dictionaries following on or adapted from that dictionary first published in the U.S. by Noah Webster in 1828 2. Informal any American dictionary of the English language …   English World dictionary

  • Webster — Web ster, n. [AS. webbestre. See {Web}, {Weave}, and { ster}.] A weaver; originally, a female weaver. [Obs.] Brathwait. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • webster — a weaver, O.E. webbestre a female weaver, from WEB (Cf. web) (q.v.) + fem. suffix STER (Cf. ster). Noah Webster s dictionary first published 1828 …   Etymology dictionary

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