Dvorak keyboard

[ dvawr-ak kee-bawrd ]
/ ˈdvɔr æk ˈkiˌbɔrd /


a keyboard designed to facilitate typing speed by having the most frequently used characters on the home row, with all the vowels on the left side.
Compare QWERTY.

Origin of Dvorak keyboard

1930–35; named after its inventor, August Dvorak, U.S. educational psychologist and professor of education (1894–1975)
Also called Dvo·rak.
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