Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Updated version of Eyak dictionary available

Sample page from dictionary
Work continues entering Michael Krauss' 1970 Eyak Dictionary into a lexical database. Guillaume Leduey has just provided a new pdf file (323 pages) of the typeset version of the dictionary, produced using TshwaneLex software. This remains a work-in-progress, funded in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation. Over the next couple years the entire dictionary will be available in this format, as well as in a searchable, online database format.

You can access the current version at ANLA:

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