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  • GoldenDict
    GoldenDict is a feature-rich dictionary lookup program supporting multiple dictionary formats, featuring perfect article rendering with the complete markup, illustrations, and other content retained, and allowing you to type in words without any accents or correct case. Read more hot
  • Diction
    Diction identifies wordy and commonly misused phrases. new
  • American Sign Language Learning Aid
    a set of programs designed to help the beginner ASL student learn ASL. It is composed of two parts: ASLLA-Dictionary and ASLLA-Fingerspeller. ASLLA-Dict allows the student to look up English->ASL sign. ASLLA-Fspell allows the beginner to practice seeing fingerspelling
  • An Gramadˇir
    a grammar and style checker for the Irish language. It is intended as a platform for the development of sophisticated natural language processing tools for Irish and for other languages with limited computational resources
  • Artha
    Artha is a handy thesaurus based on WordNet with distinct features like global hot key look up, passive desktop notification, regular expression based search, etc. Read more
  • aspell-da
    aspell dictionary for spell-checking Danish texts
  • aspell-fo
    Faroese dictionary for aspell based on F°royski or­alistin til rŠttlestur
  • BabyTrans
    BabyTrans is a very simple GTK front-end for the dictionary 'Babylon' available under Windows.
  • Baghdad
    The Baghdad project is an Arabic spell checker.
  • Biaroza
    Biaroza is a multi-dictionary system for human languages which aims to set a standard on such type of software. It works internally (and externally if you want so) in UTF-8.
  • Condict
    a cross-platform GUI program for creating dictionaries
  • DictEm
    DictEm is a dict client for GNU Emacs. It uses a console dict client and implements all functions of the client part of the DICT protocol (RFC-2229), e.g. looking up words and definitions, obtaining a list of available strategies etc.
  • Dictionary Reader
    DictionaryReader is a dictionary application that queries Dict servers in the internet to let you look up words. It's aimed to be lightweight and easy to use.
  • Ding
    a Dictionary lookup program for X windows/Unix. It comes with a German-English Dictionary with ca. 120,000 entries
  • edictionary
    can be used to view the meaning of English words. It can also provide related details like etymology, function, pronunciation etc. Adding support for other languages is not included, but is easy
  • Enchant
    a cross-platform abstract layer for spell-checking
  • EnRus dictionary tools
    Tcl/Tk scripts for reading a textual (plain or gzipped) dictionary base and compiling new dictionary bases from plain text files
  • ER-DICT
    a free Estonian-Russian dictionary. The program is available in both GTK+ and Qt
  • Fantasdic
    Fantasdic is a DICT client (RFC 2229). This is a dictionary application that uses the network to retrieve definitions. For example, nihongobenkyo.org is a server that provides Japanese dictionaries. Add it to the settings in Fantasdic, and you can now look up Japanese words. Another well-known server with many dictionaries is dict.org.
  • FreeDict
    Free bilingual Dictionaries for usage with the dict protocoll (http://www.dict.org) Many languages available, constantly improved.
  • GDictThai
    GDictThai is a English-Thai dictionary with a graphical interface. The dictionary database is taken from KDictThai (which was originally taken from Dict Hope).
  • GenericTionary
    GenericTionary is a multilingual dictionary software which makes it possible to generate dictionaries from flat files, to import the dictionaries which are generated with itself, and to export them back to flat files. It can handle multiple dictionaries.
  • Gjiten
    a gtk based japanese dictionary program
  • GNOME-Ding
    GNOME-Ding is a graphical tool for spellchecking and translation (of single) words. GNOME-Ding will support German/English dictionary and a very simple German/Latin dictionary.
  • gnuvd
    gnuvd uses the Van Dale online service to query the Dutch dictionary.
  • GRAC
    a GRAmmar Checker written in Python. GRAC is based on learning algorithms, it needs tagged text corpus and mistake-free corpus to learn grammar rules and then detects grammar errors on a sentence or text you give
  • Groan
    Groan is a text mode menu- and window-driven user interface for dictionaries. Main features include dictionary manager, quick word lookup and configurable color schemes.
  • GTK sheep dictionary
    a GTK GUI for an online Czech-English dictionary written with the Python GTK library
  • Heinzelnisse
    Heinzelnisse is a Norwegian-German dictionary.
  • Hspell
    a Hebrew linguistic project. It features a Hebrew spell-checker, and aims to use the databases and algorithms developed as a morphology engine (for example, for search engines)
  • Hunspell
    Hunspell is the spell checker of LibreOffice, OpenOffice.org, Mozilla Firefox 3 & Thunderbird, Google Chrome, and it is also used by proprietary software packages, like Mac OS X, InDesign, memoQ, Opera and SDL Trados.
  • idanish
    idanish is a dictionary for spell-checking of Danish texts.
  • idic
    idic is a dictionary based in the files of The Internet Dictionary Project.
  • igerman98
    the new Ispell dictionary for the German language that is aware of the new spelling rules that went into effect in August 1998
  • incant
    a Tcl/Tk based dictionary client package which includes both command line and GUI versions
  • International Ispell
    an interactive spell-checking program for Unix which supports a large number of European languages. An emacs interface is available as well as the standard command-line mode
  • ispell-da
    an ispell dictionary for spell-checking of Danish texts
  • ispell-fo
    a Faroese dictionary for ispell based on F°royski or­alistin til rŠttlestur (The Faroese Spellchecking Dictionary)
  • Jargon Informatique
    Jargon Informatique is a front End for the French computing dictionary Jargon Informatique.
  • Jishyo
    Jishyo is an English to Japanese dictionary. It features "exact", "similar", and "related" queries, which return successively greater numbers of results. Currently, it only supports English queries. Jishyo is based in large part on code from Jim Breen's xjdic. It also uses the dictionary data from the same software.
  • Kdict
    Kdict is a graphical client for the DICT protocol. It enables you to search through dictionary-like databases for a word or phrase, then displays suitable definition.
  • KDing
    KDing is a KDE frontend for Ding, a dictionary lookup program. It is a simple program sitting in KDE's system tray that can translate the current clipboard content. The user can also enter a single word or a phrase which is then translated using Ding. KDing is intended to translate between German and English, but as it uses Ding to do the actual translation it can be used for every language for which a word list is available for Ding.
  • Klicklack
    a plugin-based dictionary application for KDE. As both the user interface and the dictionary access are implemented in plugins, it allows you to use the advantages of several already available similar applications
  • KSocrat
    an English/Russian dictionary for KDE 1.1.x
  • KSteak
    a KDE frontend for steak, an english - german dictionary. KSteak translates a given word or the lastest one in the X-Clipboard
  • KTranslator
    KTranslator is a program to translate words from one language to another. The main idea behind KTranslator is to translate a word without disturb the application in use. So, when the user selects a word while pressing CTRL key, KTranslator will try to translate the word and show the result in a popup window. It behaves like Babylon for Windows.
  • kydpdict
    kydpdict is a KDE frontend to Collins' Polish-English and English-Polish dictionary.

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