Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Glossar, Glosario, Glossaire, Glossario, Glossary

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Glossarist (W3)

Der "Glossarist" = "Glossator", "Ersteller eines Glossars" geht zurück auf lat., griech. "glosse" = "Zunge", "Sprache".

(E?)(L?) http://www.glossarist.com/

"Glossarist" (noun), a compiler of textual glosses or topical dictionaries.


glossarist
A searchable Directory of Glossaries and topical Dictionaries

(E?)(L1) http://www.glossarist.com/
Site Status (24.10.2008): Database: 22694, Catalogued: 6142
I spend hour upon hour scouring the internet for glossaries and dictionaries of all kinds. I also use spidering software to help find new glossaries and dictionaries.

Linkverzeichnis zu hunderten (vielleicht tausenden) von Glossaren im Internet.





(E?)(L?) http://www.glossarist.com/about.asp

About the Glossarist - What's it all about?

Looking for the definition of a term in a particular subject can be difficult and time consuming. That's where the Glossarist can help you look. Just choose a subject or search for the industry you are interested in at the top.

Language and communication is a fascinating subject, and a never-ending field of study for us all. Some people think that only academicians are involved in linguistics, or the study of languages, but in fact we all are. Languages are evolving and changing all the time and if we don't keep up then fairly soon we simply won't understand what others are saying.

So I have put together here a compendium of glossaries on various subjects so you can find the best definitions of terms in which you are interested.

Woz, the Glossarist.


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