Languages

Afrikaans

Arabic

Azarbaijani

Bulgarian

Catalan

Chinese
Simplified

Chinese
Ttraditional

Croatian

Czech

Danish

Dari

Dutch

English

Estonian

Farsi

Finnish

French

Frisian

German

Greek

Hebrew

Hindi

Hungarian

Icelandic

Indonesian

Italian

Japanese

Korean

Latin

Latvian

Lithuanian

Malay

Norwegian

Pashto

Polish

Portuguese
Brazil

Portuguese
Portugal

Romanian

Russian

Serbian

Shona

Slovak

Slovene

Spanish

Swedish

Turkish

Thai

Ukrainian

Urdu

Vietnamese

Welsh

Afrikaans
Arabic
Azarbaijani
Bulgarian
Catalan
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Ttraditional
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dari
Dutch
English
Estonian
Farsi
Finnish
French
Frisian
German
Greek
Hebrew
Hindi
Hungarian
Icelandic
Indonesian
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Latin
Latvian
Lithuanian
Malay
Norwegian
Pashto
Polish
Portuguese Brazil
Portuguese Portugal
Romanian
Russian
Serbian
Shona
Slovak
Slovene
Spanish
Swedish
Thai
Turkish
Ukrainian
Urdu
Vietnamese
Welsh

Languages

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Afrikaans

Afrikaans

Arabic

عربى

Azarbaijani

Azərbaycanlı

Bulgarian

български

Catalan

Català

Chinese
Simplified

简体中文

Chinese
Ttraditional

繁體中文

Croatian

Hrvatski

Czech

čeština

Danish

Dansk

Dari

دری‎

Dutch

nederlands

English

Estonian

Eesti keel

Farsi

فارسی

Finnish

Suomi

French

Français

Frisian

Frysk

German

Deutsche

Greek

Ελληνικά

עברית

Hebrew

Hindi

हिंदी

Hungarian

Magyar nyelv

Icelandic

íslenska

Indonesian

Bahasa Indonesia

Italian

Italiano

Japanese

日本語

Korean

조선말 / 한국어

Latin

Lingua latina

Latvian

Latviešu valoda

Lithuanian

Lietuvių kalba

Malay

Bahasa Melayu
بهاس ملايو

Norwegian

Norsk

Pashto

پښتو

Polish

Polski

Portuguese
Brazil

Português do
Brasil

Portuguese
Portugal

Português

Romanian

Română

Russian

Pу́сский

Serbian

Cрпски

Shona

Slovak

Slovenský

Slovene

Slovenščina

Spanish

Español

Swedish

Svenska

Thai

ไทย

Turkish

Türkçe

Ukrainian

Yкраїнський

Urdu

اُردُو‬‎

Vietnamese

Tiếng Việt

Welsh

Cymraeg / y Gymraeg

Afrikaans
Arabic
Azarbaijani
Bulgarian
Catalan
Chinese Simplified
Chinese Ttraditional
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dari
Dutch
English
Estonian
Farsi
Finnish
French
Frisian
German
Greek
Hebrew
Hindi
Hungarian
Icelandic
Indonesian
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Latin
Latvian
Lithuanian
Malay
Norwegian
Pashto
Polish
Portuguese Brazil
Portuguese Portugal
Romanian
Russian
Serbian

Data

LEXICALA resources rely on deep and detailed lexical analysis of human languages, meticulously mapping their linguistic DNA, identifying and categorizing their various components, adding relevant semantic and syntactic informtion, and linking them to each other and across languages.

These datasets have been developed over the years by K DICTIONARIES for language learning and multilingual solutions, and published by its partners in digital and print media – serving millions of users around the world.

Our human-curated contet is enriched by automatic language generation and supplemented with the resources of other international publishing partners.

The data are maintained in three related formats:
JSON, XML, and JSON-LD.

Data

LEXICALA resources rely on deep and detailed lexical analyses of human languages, meticulously mapping their linguistic DNA, identifying and categorizing their various components, adding relevant semantic and syntactic information, and linking them to each other and across languages.

These datasets have been developed over the years by K DICTIONARIES for language learning and multilingual solutions, and published by its partners in digital and print media – serving millions of users around the world.

Our human-curated content is enriched by automatic language generation and supplemented with the resources of other international publishing partners.

The data are maintained and processed in XML,and available also in JSON and RDF formats(JSON-LD, N-Quads) through the API.

Supplements

In addition to cross-lingual lexicographic data, LEXICALA offers related linguistic resources:

Morphology

Word form lists connecting inflections to their base words.

IPA & Alternative Scripts

Phonetic transcription of words and phrases, alternative forms for Chinese (Pinyin) and Japanese (Kanji/Hiragana/Katakana), and diachronization for Arabic and Hebrew.

Audio

Human voice pronunciation for English words and phrases, including American/British variations.

Bio & Geo

Comprehensive English biographical entries and multilingual geographical tables.

Language & Grammar

Supplements about particular linguistic features, such as American and British English varieties, and grammatical details, such as verb conjugations and irregular forms.

Pictures

Visual images accompanying cross-lingual lexical units.

Human voice pronunciation for English words and phrases, including American/British variations.

Visual images accompanying cross-lingual lexical units.

Word form lists connecting inflections to their base words.

IPA & alternative scripts

Phonetic transcription of words and phrases as well as alternative forms for certain languages, such as diachronization for Arabic and Hebrew, or Kanji/Hiragana/Katakana for Japanese.

Comprehensive biographical and multilingual geographical supplements.

Language & Grammar

Supplements about particular linguistic features, such as differences between American and British English, as well as information on grammar, such as verb conjugations and irregular forms.

Morphology

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IPA & alternative scripts

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Language & Grammar

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Bio & Geo

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Audio

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Pictures

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Dictionaries

The lexical data provided by LEXICALA has evolved over the years into its current cutting-edge cross-lingual form.It originates from numerous lexicographic resources that have been compiled by experienced lexicographers for use in various dictionaries. Each dictionary prototype was conceived with its own macrostructure and entry microstructure to serve a unique purpose and satisfy a specific target user group.

The final data structure and format evolved to facilitate direct and seamless publication in a wide range of digital and print media.

Today, the main dictionary series serving as the basis of LEXICALA’s data sets are the following:

Supplements

In addition to cross-lingual lexicographic data, LEXICALA offers related linguistic resources:

Dictionaries

The lexical data provided by LEXICALA has evolved over the years into its current cutting-edge cross-lingual form.

It originates from numerous lexicographic resources that have been compiled by experienced lexicographers for use in various dictionaries. Each dictionary prototype was conceived with its own macrostructure and entry microstructure to serve a unique purpose and satisfy a specific target user group.

The final data structure and format evolved to facilitate direct and seamless publication in a wide range of digital and print media.

Today, the main dictionary series serving as the basis of LEXICALA’s data sets are the following:

PASSWORD

The groundbreaking semi-bilingual English dictionary which was originally introduced in the 1980’s.

Local language versions have since been published by dozens of local publishers and used by millions of intermediate-level language learners.

PASSWORD consists of an English-English core featuring brief translation equivalents for each sense of an entry in the user’s mother tongue, along with a
native-language to English index and supplements on English language and grammar.

PASSWORD also constitutes the core of the largest ENGLISH MULTILINGUAL dictionary set in the world today, which includes nearly fifty languages.

PASSWORD

The groundbreaking semi-bilingual English dictionary which was originally introduced in the 1980’s.

Local language versions have since been published by dozens of local publishers and used by millions of intermediate-level language learners.

The dictionary consists of an English-English core featuring brief translation equivalents for each sense of an entry in the user’s mother tongue, along with a
native-language to English index and supplements on English language and grammar.

PASSWORD also constitutes the core of the largest ENGLISH MULTILINGUAL dictionary set in the world today, which includes nearly fifty languages.

Passport

A series of detailed and multi-layered lexicographic datasets for 25 European and Asian languages.

Each language resource is created from scratch, using a methodology based on corpus evidence, and with a consistent overall framework and technical infrastructure across all languages.

The underlying monolingual layer can either be used on its own or serve as a base for adding translation equivalents and producing bilingual and multilingual versions, which can also be cross-linked to the other language sets.

So far, nearly one hundred GLOBAL language pairs have been developed manually.

GLOBAL

A series of detailed and multi-layered lexicographic datasets for 25 European and Asian languages.

Each language resource is created from scratch, using a methodology based on corpus evidence, and with a consistent overall framework and technical infrastructure across all languages.

The underlying monolingual layer can either be used on its own or serve as a base for adding translation equivalents and producing bilingual and multilingual versions, which can also be cross-linked to the other language sets.

So far, nearly one hundred GLOBAL language pairs have been developed manually.

MULTILINGUAL

The LEXICALA MULTILINGUAL resources are unmatched by any other, covering nearly fifty languages, interweaved with each other.

They connect the monolingual, bilingual and multilingual layers of the GLOBAL and PASSWORD datasets, in a cross-lingual network of networks.

The PASSWORD datasets are machine-reversed and manually edited to produce minute glossaries of different languages to English, which are then expanded by automatically adding translations in more languages. The GLOBAL datasets are produced by juxtaposing bilingual versions of a particular language. The original human created content is further enhanced and extended by automatic manipulations of the data.

PASSWORD

The groundbreaking semi-bilingual English dictionary which was originally introduced in the 1980’s.

Local language versions have since been published by dozens of local publishers and used by millions of intermediate-level learners.

The dictionary consists of an English-English core featuring brief translation equivalents for each sense of an entry in the user’s mother tongue, along with a native-language to English index and supplements on English language and grammar.

PASSWORD also constitutes the core of the largest ENGLISH MULTILINGUAL dictionary set in the world today, which includes nearly fifty languages.

The internationally acclaimed RANDOM HOUSE WEBSTER’S COLLEGE DICTIONARY was originally conceived for American university students and general users. It provides excellent coverage of the English language, including 130,000 entries with 200,000 senses.

After RANDOM HOUSE closed down its reference division, it entrusted K DICTIONARIES with continuing the work on this landmark linguistic asset, updating the content and upgrading its data structure.

Mobile apps for Android and Apple devices using data of RHWCD are available from DaolSoft, and Commercial Press International has recently published a new print edition in China.

Solutions

Over the years, the LEXICALA data has been at the core of numerous dictionary and linguistic products and services offered by leading publishers, as well as technology and educational companies across the world.

Print

Print editions published in collaboration with
K DICTIONARIES by dozens of reference, educational and general publishers across the world.

Online

Online dictionaries for language learners and general users, e.g. by Cambridge, Lemma, Mijnwoordenboek, Ordbogen.com, TheFreeDictionary, etc.

Apps

Mobile apps for Apple and Android operating systems, e.g. developed by DaolSoft (Korea) and Paragon Software (Russia/Germany). 

Digital

Digital add-ons for software programs including
e-learning (e.g. Edusoft, MV Nordic), machine translation (Reverso), information retrieval (Semantic Web Company), etc.

Coming soon ONLINE DICTIONARIES

API

The LEXICALA Web API provides access to lexical data from K DICTIONARIES' cross-lingual resources in over 50 languages. As a RESTful API, it offers developers and researchers access to information about words, phrases and translations in a machine-readable format that is optimized for software which requires lexical information.

Data from different resources are provided in a consistent format to enable them to be processed identically. It also supports JSON-LD output for use with Linked Data technologies.

Please contact us at api@kdictionaries.com to receive user credentials for the API,
or for further information.