An onto-dictionary is not a dictionary of words. It is a terminological dictionary whose conceptual system is a formal ontology.
An excerpt from the Greek Pottery Ontoterminology of Kraters for the dictionary entries: krater, column krater, volute krater, bell krater and calyx krater.
Reference: Christophe Roche and Maria Papadopoulou “Mind the Gap: Ontology Authoring for Humanists”. 1st International Workshop for Digital Humanities and their Social Analysis (WODHSA)- Episode V: The Styrian Autumn of Ontology, September 23-25, a Workshop hosted by Joint Ontology Workshops, Medical University of Graz (Austria), September 23-25, 2019. To be published
The classical example of the different kinds of seats designating by their names (dictionary entries): seat, chair, armchair, stool, bench, etc.
An excerpt from the Greek Dress Ontoterminology for the dictionary entries: chiton, chlamys, exomis, himation, etc.