verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of cross-index
Definition for cross-index (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for cross-index
To locate his folder, a cross-index is necessary, as it is not possible to remember the numbers of all correspondents.
A most satisfactory plan is to file one copy numerically and one alphabetically, making a cross-index.
The book was also used for a cross-index to the names of individual correspondents.
A very satisfactory form of card for this cross-index is shown in Fig. 2, which also shows the manner of filing.
This would be exactly like the cross-index shown in Fig. 16, except that the number would be omitted.