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Frequently Asked Questions

Spur Dictionary is a beta project under Innovware’s Spur Magazine that allows you to search and find the meanings of the most common Ugaflow words; slang, Ugandan English, Luganda and other informal local languages with a tinge of humour for some.

It is still in early development, bugs are expected, ideas and suggestions are welcome.

What if I want to suggest a word?

At Spur Dictionary, we’re open and welcome to suggestions from all angles and would love to hear from you and learn more. Don’t hesitate to reach us through our contact us page or email (info@innovware.net).

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What if the word is not there?

If a word is not available in our data base yet then no need to worry. We are continuously working around the clock to expand our content. In case you feel its necessary, don’t hesitate to reach out to us through our contact us page or email at info@innovware.net.

We’re willing to answer and listen to your query.

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Can I contribute to Spur Dictionary?

Yes, you can contribute to the ever growing Spur Dictionary by getting in touch with us through our email at info@innovware.net or contact us page.

We are soon introducing Contributor or Moderator roles where members of our community can suggest, add and even edit the existing data base to make our dictionary more informative. We will keep you updated through our forums.

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Are there only Luganda words?

No, Spur Dictionary doesn’t only contain Luganda words but we are expanding on our current search data base to even languages like Rukiga, Runyakole, Kiswahili and many more.

Spur Dictionary concentrates mostly on youthful slang, lingo and short terms that we use in a our daily life. In case you wish to know more, send us an email at (info@innovware.net) or you can use our contact us page.

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What the hell does synonym mean?

A synonym is a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language. Words that are synonyms are said to be synonymous, and the state of being a synonym is called synonymy.

Examples of Synonyms

Here is a list of adjectives and their synonyms that are commonly used to describe people.

  • Beautiful: Attractive, Pretty, Lovely, Stunning
  • Fair: Just, Objective, Impartial, Unbiased
  • Funny: Humorous, Comical, Hilarious, Hysterical
  • Happy: Content, Joyful, Mirthful, Upbeat
  • Bossy: Controlling, Tyrannical


What if I have a better definition for a word?

Spur Dictionary welcomes any form of suggestions or better definitions for our wide range of words listed. We are more than welcome to learn and hear from you.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us by sending us an email at (info@innovware.net) or use our contact us page.

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