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A full-text electronic version of Le Dictionnaire de l'Ancienne Langue Française et de tous ses Dialectes du IX au XV Siècle, published between 1880 and 1902, an essential reference for medieval French language and lexicography.
A single search interface for an extensive collection of Web-based dictionaries covering art, business, computing, medicine, religion, science, slang, sports, technology, and a variety of other subject and general language resources including a reverse dictionary.
Includes every entry found in the print dictionary of the same name, including all lexicon articles. It is updated annually with all the new content added to the print volumes. Covers the Latin language as recorded in printed manuscripts dating from the classical period through 600 A.D.
"An Open Access PDF version (organized by volumes and lemmas) of the previously published volumes A - M and O - P, as well as parts of N and R." "The index with all abbreviations of authors and works is also freely accessible online, with an indication of the most important editions."
Provides verb conjugations for hundreds of languages, ranging from national and international languages to regional and even extinct languages. Includes English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese, and many more.