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Eurfa

Type

Dataset

Link

http://eurfa.org.uk/

Source

Ckan.net

Eurfa consists of an English-Welsh and a Welsh-English dictionary. There are currently around 13,000 words. Authored by Kevin Donnelly, it is currently being used in the development of href="http://www.cymraeg.org.uk">Apertium-cy, a Welsh-English translator.

For further information, see href="http://eurfa.org.uk/">the project website and href="http://www.a-z-dictionaries.com/blog/news/welsh-linux-pioneer-launches-new-online-dictionary_158">this blog post, from April 2006.

Access/re-use The two parts in Stardict format can be downloaded from:


     href="http://ilazki.thinkgeek.co.uk/~donnek/EurfaWE.tar.gz">http://ilazki.thinkgeek.co.uk/~donnek/EurfaWE.tar.gz


     href="http://ilazki.thinkgeek.co.uk/~donnek/EurfaEW.tar.gz">http://ilazki.thinkgeek.co.uk/~donnek/EurfaEW.tar.gz

If you prefer a CSV file (to use in a spreadsheet or database), you can download them from href="http://kevindonnelly.org.uk/eurfa/lawrlwytho.php?lg=en">the project website.

All items are licensed under the GPL.

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