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meena
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Postby meena » 28 Jul 2006, 18:16

Hope this comes handy to rasikas:

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Postby drshrikaanth » 28 Jul 2006, 18:19

Excellent aid for the interested. Good you posted it Meena.

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Postby Suji Ram » 28 Jul 2006, 18:26

That's great English to Kannada
The reverse would be good if we can get one.

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Postby drshrikaanth » 28 Jul 2006, 18:28

That's great English to Kannada
The reverse would be good if we can get one.


Here it is

http://www.kannadakasturi.com/kasturiDi ... /start.asp

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Postby drshrikaanth » 28 Jul 2006, 18:29

Some online Telugu dictionaries (Telugu to English and vice versa)

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

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

More Telugu dictionaries on this page

http://www.multilingualbooks.com/online ... elugu.html

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Postby drshrikaanth » 28 Jul 2006, 18:32


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Postby drshrikaanth » 28 Jul 2006, 18:33

Sanskrit, tamizh dictionaries ( choose whichever you want)

http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

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Postby Suji Ram » 28 Jul 2006, 18:35

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

For Tamil to English.
Now we all can become pandits 8)

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Postby drshrikaanth » 28 Jul 2006, 18:40

Malayalam English Dictionary (and vice versa)(Its not great I think but definitely useful )

http://malayalamdictionary.com/

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Postby cmlover » 28 Jul 2006, 18:42

DRS
nice to have the flood of dictionaries! But one has to know the elements of declensions to consult them!

By the by when is the Sanketi dictionary coming out?

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Postby drshrikaanth » 28 Jul 2006, 18:46

But one has to know the elements of declensions to consult them!


Absolutelu right. These links are useful for those who know how to use them

By the by when is the Sanketi dictionary coming out?


When God wills! :cheesy: You have jogged my memory now.

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Postby meena » 25 Dec 2006, 00:29

Spoken Sanskrit

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Postby jayaram » 25 Dec 2006, 00:56

Meena - I just tried the sanskrit site. It's very basic, needs lot of work. I typed in 'I' and it didn't even bring back 'aham'. Ended up adding it to the vocabulary myself.
Good beginning, but a long way to go.
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meena
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Postby meena » 25 Dec 2006, 02:32

It's very basic, needs lot of work.

jayaram
Maybe you can pitch in with the work on the dictionary by mailing to: klaus.glashoff@spoken-sanskrit.de :)
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Postby arunk » 26 Dec 2006, 15:07

Very nice! Now let me dream again. How about a dictionary from our single transliteration scheme to regular english :)?

We can then hope to learn the word by word meanings of any krithi in any of the words :). Wouldnt that be great? Once we are ready with our scheme, is it possible to set up a wiki site for this that we can incrementally grow?

Arun

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Postby vasanthakokilam » 26 Dec 2006, 17:44

Arun, that is a great idea. And I don't think you are that far off.

In a limited sense I am putting your web page for such uses. To search the tamil wiki dictionary, I type into your page, copy/paste the tamil word(s) as search string to the wiki and it works great. (If you do the same thing with Google, the search pulls out a lot of pages that are not normally returned with an english transliterated search, a bonus)

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Postby jayaram » 27 Dec 2006, 00:39

Arun, hope you see a business opportunity here. Who knows, one day google may be after your software to incorporate into their search engine! And you can tell them it all began here... :)


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