Definitions for daybookˈdeɪˌbʊk

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

day•bookˈdeɪˌbʊk(n.)

  1. a diary or journal.

Origin of daybook:

1570–80

Princeton's WordNet

  1. daybook, journal(noun)

    a ledger in which transactions have been recorded as they occurred

  2. daybook, ledger(noun)

    an accounting journal as a physical object

    "he bought a new daybook"

Wiktionary

  1. daybook(Noun)

    A daily chronicle; a diary.

  2. daybook(Noun)

    A ledger; an accounting journal.

  3. daybook(Noun)

    A logbook.

  4. Origin: From . Cognate with dagboek, Tagebuch, dagbog, dagbok.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Daybook(noun)

    a journal of accounts; a primary record book in which are recorded the debts and credits, or accounts of the day, in their order, and from which they are transferred to the journal

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