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That's great, perhaps if you could tell me which country you're speaking from, and if you've ever seen the "a" spelling before.
^ if you look at the above, the two spellings are side by side, and the one with the joined ae is referred to as the 'traditional' one.
I was taught "encyclopaedia" at school, so i'm guessing it's the (current) UK one, with encyclopedia the american spelling. sort of like 'colors' and 'colours'. i'm assuming the american one has crept in worldwide, but not everywhere.
I'm sure the US one is/ will become the most dominant one, but it just feels like a typo for me to type "encyclopedia" (and probably vice versa)!.
Weblord, NP seems to want to pace out my reps for you, sorry!..
I have never seen that spelling. But it seems old english. Like Daemon...
It pertains to the same word, but when type in I prefer the shorter one.
Encyclopedia my fingers are not British..
Cool, nice info. that's from england. so maybe there's a weird pocket in australia still using encyclopaedia, then?.
-encyclopaedia.com is owned by an australian.
-encyclopaedias.com is owned by an american.
-webencyclopaedia.com is owned by a dutchman, and.
-webencyclopedia.com went for $5.5k in '06, to a canadian.
We'll only know names like 'musicpedia' soon enough, so I guess it doesn't matter..