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1.
A learning disability or processing disorder which causes a person to not be able to recognize words that are misspelled as easily as a person who does not have it. Also people with dyslexia commonly have difficulty reading changing words around and adding them in where they aren’t. People with dyslexia are by no means stupid, in fact sometimes they are much smarter or more creative since a different part of their brain is more developed than the part that deals with language. People recently have started using dyslexia as an insult or otherwise just to justify things they've done backwards or words they’ve misspelled, but it is an actual disorder that many people have.
I was diagnosed with dyslexia in second grade when my teachers noticed my odd reading habits and inability to recognize the difference between the letters b and d when I spelled things.

We knew to test my brother for dyslexia in pre-k when he spelled his name completely backwards, nhoj, on a homework assignment.
by Hart May 07, 2005
 
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Dyslexia is a specific learning difficulty that primarily affects language. There are many different kinds of dyslexia: visual dyslexics have difficulty reading words or writing letters the correct way round (they may mistake 'b' for 'd', for example) whereas people with auditory dyslexia have trouble processing sounds and getting phonemes in the correct sequence when they try to write things down. Other difficulties associated with dyslexia include short-term memory problems, a weak attention span, and poor organisational skills.

Dyslexia is not a synonym for stupidity, as most dyslexics have high IQ scores. It is also not a made-up 'excuse', as MRI scans of dyslexic people have found that their brains are shaped differently to those of most people, with the language area in the right hemisphere being the same size as the language area in the left. (In people without dyslexia, the left language processing area is much larger than the one in the right hemisphere.)

Dyslexic people are often particularly gifted in art, music, sport, drama, or anything involving visual creativity. Some are also talented authors - the awardwinning poet Benjamin Zephaniah is dyslexic.
Examples of famous dyslexic people include Steve Redgrave, the Olympic athlete; Whoopi Goldberg, the Oscar-winning actress; and Albert Einstein, the genius who developed the Theory of Relativity. (People who say that 'dyslexia = stupid' are usually completely unaware that Einstein had the condition.)
by parnassus February 22, 2006
 
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Dyslexic person: hi, i'm dyslexic
Normal person: wow, what a spastic
by spastic123 July 23, 2011
 
4.
A member of the greatest clan of all times (see apul)
Mike Nelson
by sonicpentatonic3 May 24, 2004
 
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i'm dyslexic i found it
me
by Stutley August 19, 2003
 
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If you had it you would never find this definition. Why didn't they call it JEFF?
Dyslexic people cant catch because the part of the brain used for catching is closely related to seeing words and interpereting them. Did I mispell anything?
by dont hit me August 13, 2003
 
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Mental condition,

- Short term memory bad
- Handwriting bad
- Spelling bad
- Occasionaly words will become jumbled when read


Never heard of anything being read backwards :|
Im sweating as much as a dyslexic on countdown - offensive grr lol
by :) March 23, 2005