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Someone at Grenoble has posted a Lexicon of Linguistics which gives very detailed definitions - much better than the SIL Glossary, IMO.

Note: I've tried working backwards from the URL, but there doesn't seem to be a way to access the page for listings under a specific letter other than to type the letter in the address bar.

http://w3.u-grenoble3.fr/lebarbe/Lingui ... /ll_a.html
http://w3.u-grenoble3.fr/lebarbe/Lingui ... /ll_b.html
http://w3.u-grenoble3.fr/lebarbe/Lingui ... /ll_c.html

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Also: Mora Theory.

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Wycoval wrote:
Someone at Grenoble has posted a Lexicon of Linguistics which gives very detailed definitions - much better than the SIL Glossary, IMO.

Note: I've tried working backwards from the URL, but there doesn't seem to be a way to access the page for listings under a specific letter other than to type the letter in the address bar.

http://w3.u-grenoble3.fr/lebarbe/Lingui ... /ll_a.html
http://w3.u-grenoble3.fr/lebarbe/Lingui ... /ll_b.html
http://w3.u-grenoble3.fr/lebarbe/Lingui ... /ll_c.html

etc.

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Also: Mora Theory.

Thanks for the Linguistic_Lexicon.
I looked up "liquid" and "lateral".
I tried to look up "rhotic" and/or "r-sound", but they're not there.


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Tons of PDFy goodness on Mande languages.

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http://www3.iath.virginia.edu/med/

This is the Mayan Epigraphic Database Project. It is what it says it is, and it's pretty cool.


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http://www.dict.cc/

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The goal of dict.cc is to make it possible to share your vocabulary knowledge with the world. This is the main difference to other translation services - every user is encouraged to contribute to the dictionary by adding and/or verifying English-German translation suggestions. The resulting vocabulary database can be downloaded, but please note that this is just a flat text file, not translation software (although the data might be usable for dictionary software).


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http://www.catnaps.org/islamic/glossary.html

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A glossary of the Arabic words used in these essays, the Arabic alphabet, a guide to transliteration and Arabic numbering


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http://www.cromwell-intl.com/turkish/background.html

BASICS OF TURKISH GRAMMAR

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Peace Corps Guinea's learner's guide to Pular (Northern Atlantic, Fula)

http://www.ibamba.net/pular/

Tons of stuff on tone, tonogenesis and language in general.
(In French and English)


http://www.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/

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How to write Davanagari. Click on the type of sound and then the character for an animated stroke by stroke demonstration.

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Dissertation on Georgian phonotactics


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Grammatical structure of the Chukchee language

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Online Pali grammar

Nahuatl grammar in Spanish

bunch of links alphabetized by lang

Shoenhof's language textbook and paper online store

Unilang list of resources and courses

Abaev's A Grammatical Sketch of Ossetic (English translation)

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http://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/steingass/

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Bantu lexical reconstructions database. http://www.metafro.be/blr

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http://www.hrexam.com/common.htm

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Free non-printable PDF access for Masters and Doctoral theses at MIT.
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Hausa Grammar.
Hausa Homepage.

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Interesting papers regarding the 'Pygmies' of central Africa.

Daniel Duke Thesis. Aka as a contact language.
Daou V. Joiris The framework of central African hunter-gatherers.
Serge Bahuchet Fragments pour une histoire de la forêt africaine et de son peuplement.
Serge Bahuchet(Slides: Maps, Charts & Graphics)
Roger Blench - Are Pygmies an ethnographic fiction?

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Marc van Oostendorp is a linguistics professor at Meertens Institute in Amsterdam. He is also an enthusiastic supporter of 'open source linguistics' and an Esperantist.

His major field of expertise is phonology, and there is a wealth of information available on his website, including pdfs of outlines with notes (practically textbooks) for courses he has taught, like Tone and Segmental Structure, Autosegmental Phonology, and Optimality Theory.

There is way too much information on his site to list here.

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A pdf about Arabic Romanization.

Another pdf about Arabic Romanization.

A third pdf about Arabic Romanization.

Yet another pdf about Arabic Romanization.

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Aymara lessons by MJ Hardman (English, but not very updated yet)

Aymara grammar (Spanish)

The site of Hardman herself (English)

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http://nomfoundation.org/nomdb/lookup.php

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On April 11, 2007, the Foundation signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the National Library of Vietnam in Hanoi to create a digital library of the National Library’s ancient script holdings in Hán and Nôm. This three-year project will open to the world a 4000-item cultural heritage of books, woodblocks, manuscripts, maps, and other materials on paper. For the first time, anyone with a computer, anywhere in the world, will be able to access this collection...with a click of mouse. This is a three-year project with an expected completion in 2010.

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Linguistics terminology reference.

The Natural Language Processing Dictionary

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http://www.dettifoss.org/ -- Grammar of Icelandic (morphology only, though)
http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/IcelOnline/ -- Online Icelanic-English dictionary and Icelandic newspaper extracts
http://icelandic.hi.is/ -- Online Icelandic course (haven't tried it myself, though)

http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Indonesian/... -- Indonesian-English dictionary (with usage information)

The SEAsite homepage contains information on South East Asian languages in general.


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