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This web-page is English edition of the Russian web-site "lexicons.ru" (author - Igor K. Garshin). It is the collection of the world lexis. It presents you the dictionaries of modern, ancient, extinct, auxilary and reconstructed languages. Here are the following glossaries in English or translated to English:

Alive (present) languages

Modern foreign languages To the knowledge of customs of any people first try to study its language. (Pythagoras, Greek philosopher and mathematician)

The wordbooks of the modern languages (also in the Russian sections):

  1. Arabian language: Arabian-English
  2. Chamorro language: Chamorro-English
  3. Fiji language: English-Fiji, Fiji-English
  4. Gaelic language: Gaelic-English
  5. Hindi language: English-Hindi
  6. Latin language: Latin-English
  7. Pitta-Pitta language: Pitta-English
  8. Quechua language: English-Quechua
  9. Rapanui language: Rapanui-English
  10. Tok-Pisin language: English-Pisin, Pisin-English
    Tok-Pisin: Eng-Pis, Pis-Eng
  11. Turkmenian: Eng-Turkm, Turkm-Eng
  12. Urdu language:: Urdu-English
  13. Wulguru language: Wulguru-English
  14. Yakut language: Yakut-English
  15. Yalarnnga language: Yalarnnga-English

Non-English bilingual dictionaries:

  1. Aymara-Spanish

Also it planned the glossaries for the next living languages: Anjumarla, Manx...

Classical (old) languages

Classical literary languages of antiquity Will there be someone who the whole day throwing a dart, not get one in the goal? (Cicero, Roman philosopher)

The glossaries of the ancient languages (also on Russian):

  1. Latin language: Latin-English dictionary
  2. Thracian language: Thracian-English
  3. Tocharian language: Tocharian-English
  4. Umbrian language: Umbrian-English

It planned the wordbooks of the next old languages: Avestan, Phrygian, Gottish...

Defunct languages

Extinct, endangered, disappeared and revival of the language-monuments In this world, there are no final death, if there is an alive memory. (Mikkels Klussis, author "revived Borussian language")

The dictionaries of the extinct languages (also on Russian):

  1. Ainu language: Ainu-English and English-Ainu wordlists; Ainu-Basque comparisons.
  2. Sudovian: Eng-Sud, Sud-Eng

It planned the dictionaries for the next dead languages: Prussian...

Modeling languages

Planned languages - artificial models for universal speech A whole hundred greatest inventions will not make such a revolution, which will make the introduction of a neutral international language. (Zamenhof, author of auxiliary language Esperanto)

The vocabularies of the artificial languages (also on Russian):

  1. artlang Neo-patwa: English-Patwa, Patwa-English.
    Neo-patwa: Eng-Ptw, Ptw-Eng.
  2. Neoslavonic interslav "Novoslovenski": Novoslovenski-English
    interslav Novoslovenski: Nov-Eng
  3. eurolang Novial: Novial-European
  4. modlang Romanicho: Romanicho-English
  5. auxlang Romanova:
  6. Mixlang Volapuk: Volapuk-English, English-Volapuk
  7. Future vocabularies for artificial languages: English-Nordien, English-Quebh...

Future lexicons of the synthetic languages: English-Nordien, English-Quebh...

Proto-langs (Reconstructs)

Reconstructed languages of hypothetical ancestors The thing does not cease to be true by the fact that it is not recognized by many people. (Spinoza, Roman philosopher)

The wordlists of the proto languages (also on Russian):

  1. Amerindian proto-lang: Eng-Proto-Amerindian
  2. Na-Dene proto-lang: Eng-Proto-Na-Dene
  3. Semitic proto-lang: Proto-Semitic-Eng
  4. Yenisey proto-lang: Eng-Proto-Yenisey

It planned the lexicons for the next ancestral languages: Afro-Asiatic...

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