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A former member
Post #: 94
Subject: From a blog about OSPD4...
Date: 10/4/2005 10:31:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time
From: Joe Eugene


— Josef-Konrad @ 7:32:23
OSPD4

If you’re still digging through the fourth edition of the Official SCRABBLE Players Dictionary (OSPD4) that was released this past June (and previously mentioned here), you might find these facts interesting…

The new two-letter words include: FE, KI, OI, QI and ZA.

While the new three-letter words include: AGS, AHI, AHS, APO, APP, BES, CIG, CRU, DAN, DEF, DIF, DUH, EDS, EEK, FAB, GOS, KYE, MEG, MIC, NEG, OBA, ODA, ONO, PST, RAI, SOM, SUK, URP, UTE, VID, VUM, YAG, ZEP, ZUZ, and ZZZ.

Meanwhile, the National SCRABBLE Association (NSA) has stated that some 75 additional words were not included in the latest OSPD before it went to print, and are still under review.

However, the second edition of the Official Word List (OWL2), the sanctioned word list for club and tournament play, will be completely up-to-date when it is released later this year.

The NSA has also requested SCRABBLE clubs wait until the completion of the National SCRABBLE Championship this August, before introducing any new OSPD4 words.
A former member
Post #: 95
Joe, a member of our group, sent this to the Organizer (Chai) and Assistant Organizer (me). I don't have a preference on dictionaries, per se, just as long as the players of any particular game are in agreement.
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