Websites, pages, and downloadable content which provide resources useful to linguists.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

2
votes
2answers
30 views

Where to find lists of examples of linguistic phenomena

I'm looking for resources, either print or online, which compile lists of examples of linguistic phenomena, be they phonological, morphological, syntactic, or semantic. (My main purpose for these ...
0
votes
1answer
91 views

Is there any english version [online, PDF] of the following?

Is there any english version [online, PDF] of the following?: Mayhofer, Etymologisches Wörterbuch des Altindoarischen. I had downloaded one but unfortunately it was in German language which is ...
1
vote
1answer
19 views

Co-occurrence count data sets

I am looking for downloadable word co-occurrence matrices that were computed on large corpora. word2vec and GloVe have on their website downloadable word vectors, I am looking for something similar ...
3
votes
5answers
52 views

Treebanks that contain both constituency and dependency parse trees

I am looking for treebanks that contain both constituency and dependency parse trees. Both should have been manually annotated (i.e. the dependency parse trees shouldn't have been obtained from the ...
0
votes
0answers
53 views

Are there resources that connect the polysemy of conjunctions?

After asking this, I still can't find any resources that try to connect and expound the polysemy of conjunctions. Strangely Google shows many books on the polysemy of prepositions, but absolutely ...
-1
votes
1answer
41 views

context free grammar ressource

I am looking for a large...ish context free grammar, preferably in flat format (so no XML for example). The language does not matter. Whether it has features or not doesn't matter either. Can you ...
2
votes
1answer
88 views

Where can you download the IPA chart with audio?

Where can you download or obtain (preferably freely) such a chart like http://www.internationalphoneticalphabet.org/ipa-sounds/ipa-chart-with-sounds/ with each phone pronounced, for offline use?
3
votes
3answers
115 views

Is there a website where you can find cognates of certain word in other IE branches?

Just as in the title :) I wonder if there is a tool on the internet which would help in finding cognates of certain word in as much branches as possible. Say I want to find find all the cognates in ...
0
votes
1answer
41 views

Chart with audible sounds pronounced, for Proto-Indo-European?

Are there any counterparts like this IPA Chart with Sounds, but for PIE (at least PIE's phonemes)?
2
votes
1answer
126 views

For each IPA phone, are there animations or videos that depict the vocal tract during articulation?

(TL;DR) For each IPA phone, are there animations, ams, pictures or videos that depict exactly and precisely the location of your articulators (eg: your tongue), needed to articulate that letter? ...
2
votes
0answers
49 views

Downloadable list of Romance-language cognates?

I'm looking for tables of cognates between French, Spanish and Italian (and potentially Latin, Portuguese, Catalan, etc.), so I can run some Python on them. If they could have extra information such ...
1
vote
2answers
210 views

Online etymology dictionary for English (more explanatory than Etymonline and OED)

Would you please recommend etymology dictionaries for English that MUST be available online (either for free or purchase), BUT subject to the following conditions? 1. Many of the recommendations in ...
0
votes
0answers
43 views

List of Proto-language roots with annotations and related words?

Where can I find a more comprehensive version of https://www.ahdictionary.com/word/indoeurop.html#IR123200, preferably online? I value its: sightly colours and formatting, organised typifications and ...
1
vote
2answers
93 views

Resource: Audible audio prononcer to hear phonetics

TL;DR. Please recommend programs or resources that enunciate and vocalise not only words, but phonetic symbols (eg IPA) or any representation of oral sounds, for at least English and French? I can ...
0
votes
0answers
53 views

Formal definition of English grammar

I saw on a related question some mentions of a formal grammar definition for English. It is mentioning there a definition called English Resource Grammar. Perhaps anyone here would know about loosely ...
1
vote
0answers
75 views

German/Swedish dictionary to download as a text file

I am looking for a dictionary that I can download as a text file which specifies the grammatical gender of nouns in both languages. Basically, I would like something like: ...
2
votes
1answer
78 views

Is there a web-based corpus tools that I can upload and use with my own corpus?

I am looking for a ready-made concordancer or collocator with a simple search interface that I can upload on my website and have my students use to search a custom corpus. I have been working with ...
0
votes
0answers
178 views

Online Modern Greek dictionary that puts imperfective and (“dependent”) perfective verb stems together?

Does anyone know of a good online Modern Greek dictionary that puts imperfective and perfective (also called "dependent") verb stems together? For instance, the present perfective of βλέπω /'vlepo/ ...
4
votes
1answer
670 views

Which part of speech are 's' and 'r' in Wordnet?

From taking the synset of the word 'fantastic', I got a list of senses below: [Synset('antic.s.01'), Synset('fantastic.s.02'), Synset('fantastic.s.03'), Synset('fantastic.s.04'), ...
0
votes
0answers
70 views

Tabulated lists of examples

"Everybody [?] knows" that there are these pairs of corresponding words in German and English in which an "f" appears in German where a "p" appears in English: Bischoff, bishop Schiff, ship ...
5
votes
0answers
71 views

Are there standard test data sets for English stemmers / lemmatisers?

There is a lot of easily located material online which describes stemmers or provides implementations. There's a bit of discussion of metrics for quantifying how effective they are, and I've even ...
3
votes
2answers
608 views

List of collocations in English

Does anybody know of source (probably NLP study) of comprehensive list of collocations in English (not only the frequent one). Additionally, does anybody know the approximate estimate of the total ...
5
votes
2answers
659 views

Online Semantic Relatedness Database?

I'm looking for something like the (really excellent and useful) MRC database that includes a measure of semantic relatedness for a given pair or set of words in colloquial American English. I've ...
3
votes
1answer
440 views

Is there a way to learn Icelandic phonetics online?

I want to learn Icelandic online, but am struggling to produce some phonemes. I am unable to find an IPA translator for Icelandic and think it'd be easier for me if I could see some of what I learn ...
2
votes
3answers
1k views

Online bigram frequency lookup

For a project I would like to look up the top bigrams containing the word "like". Is there such a service available online somewhere?
4
votes
1answer
1k views

How many morphological cases does Portuguese have?

In WALS (World Atlas of Language Structures), "Number of Cases" is listed for most languages. However, this information is absent for Portuguese. Does Portuguese have any morphological case marking? ...
2
votes
1answer
226 views

What is the best way to accurately translate slang?

It may not even be accurate to call it "slang"... I am working on a filtering system that blocks pornography. I have a set of key words and phrases in English. Essentially, I would like to have the ...
0
votes
1answer
99 views

Machine-readable list of abbreviations

Is there a list of standard abbreviations/acronyms available for computational linguistics tasks? I understand 'standard' is a subjective term here but anything that is not too domain specific(not a ...
3
votes
1answer
219 views

What is the idea of ngram viewers working case-sensitive? [closed]

On German Language & Usage we recently had a question about the English word schmuck, which is a false friend of the German word Schmuck. Out of curiosity I tried the capitalized form vs the non ...
6
votes
1answer
195 views

Are there tools similar Google ngram, which recognise conjugated or declined word forms?

I just found out, that with respect to the German language, where prefixes of verbs are separated from the verb and posed behind the object, I have no chance to find out, if a verb with a prefix is ...
10
votes
1answer
214 views

Are there any databases of geographical language distribution?

I'm wondering whether anyone knows of any machine parsable database of the geographical distribution of natural languages (for example the geographical distribution of (native) speakers)? I know WALS ...
10
votes
2answers
349 views

Creating a list of linguistic resources

In the interest of cultivating a professional, academic community, I posted this question on Meta. One comment was to open a community-wiki question inviting others to contribute to a list of academic ...
15
votes
3answers
1k views

What are some recommended online dictionaries for linguistic terms?

For one to find out about the definitions of "generative grammar", "sandhi phenomenon", "agglutinative morphology", etc.
8
votes
3answers
254 views

Where can I find a reliable academic source of translations of words to the world's languages?

In this recent question, I was trying to research a list of translation for "no", and a quick google found this page. That website also has other similar pages, like translation of "Hello", "Good ...