[awg-duh n, og-] /ˈɔg dən, ˈɒg-/

Charles Kay, 1889–1957, British psychologist and linguist, inventor of Basic English.
a city in N Utah.
a male given name.
C(harles) K(ay). 1889–1957, English linguist, who, with I. A. Richards, devised Basic English

Ogden Og·den, Charles Ray.


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