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A fully functional Swahili - English Dictionary for use on your own computer, with powerful functionality, such as Microsoft Word Integration for instant translations. TshwaneDJe Human Language Technology is a private company that develops and offers dictionary- an...

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The Mandla dictionary is an online open source crowd sourced dictionary for African languages. It features definitions, etymology, and example sentences written in the native language using both indigenous scripts and latin script, as well as parallel definitions w...

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Kirundi belongs to the linguistic family of Bantu languages and is spoken by more than 30 million people: especially in Burundi, but also in Ruanda, Tansania, parts of the DR Kongo, and of course in the Burundian diaspora in Germany and all over the world. DEKI can...

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The kasahorow Foundation is a Ghana-based non-governmental, not-for-profit organization (Reg. No. G38-318). Our mission is to promote inclusion through languages. We look forward to the day when every person can expand their understanding of the world around them i...

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Welcome to the Kinyarwanda-English online dictionary! You can enter words in Kinyarwanda or German in the search field to have them translated into the other language. To get useful tips on using the dictionary or on grammar, simply enter the @ sign in the search ...

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Igbo is a rich Nigerian language that’s spoken by approximately 45 million people. Unfortunately, despite the language's wide use, it's considered to be a low resource language. The Igbo API aims to change this by making the process of learning Igbo more accessible...

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This contribution describes a free and open mobile dictionary app based on open dictionary data. A specific focus is on usability and user-adequate presentation of data. This includes, in addition to the alphabetical lemma ordering, other vocabulary selection, grou...

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This unique dictionary by Betty Cox is known for the deep cultural insight it provides to many Kirundi terms. It has been thouroughly revised, adapted to present-day Kirundi orthography rules and hundreds of new words or meanings have been added.

Lexical information for South African Bantu languages is not readily available in the form of machine-readable lexicons. At present the availability of lexical information is restricted to a variety of paper dictionaries. These dictionaries display considerable div...

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Nowadays the scarcity and dispersion of open-source NLP resources and tools in and for African languages make it difficult for researchers to truly fit these languages into current algorithms of artificial intelligence, resulting in the stagnation of these numerous...

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In a context where open-source NLP resources and tools in African languages are scarce and dispersed, it is difficult for researchers to truly fit African languages into current algorithms of artificial intelligence. Created in 2017, with the aim of building commun...

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A scrapy scraper for getting vocabulary pairs from vocab.panlex.org.

igbo <> english data extracted from vocab.panlex.org

PanLex, a project of The Long Now Foundation, aims to enable the translation of lexemes among all human languages in the world. By focusing on lexemic translations, rather than grammatical or corpus data, it achieves broader lexical and language coverage than relat...

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PanLex is a nonprofit whose mission is to overcome language barriers to human rights, information, and opportunities. We believe that nobody should have their rights restricted because of the language they speak.