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july 2017 by dicewitch
http://www.udcsummary.info/translation.htm
The UDC Summary database contains over 2,600 UDC classes with the following fields that contain text: caption, including notes, scope note, application note, examples. The classification is, however, suitable for use as soon as the complete set of captions (i.e. class description) is translated.

UDC Summary is a carefully chosen set of classes that represent an up to date version of UDC. It used by libraries and library schools world-wide for training and indexing. We invite colleagues interested in translating the UDC Summary into their national languages to contact udcs@udcc.org.

Work in progress [last update: 22/12/2015]
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october 2016 by dicewitch
Loanwords in the World's Languages: A Comparative Handbook - Martin Haspelmath, Uri Tadmor - Google Books
This landmark publication in comparative linguistics is the first comprehensive work to address the general issue of what kinds of words tend to be borrowed from other languages. The authors have assembled a unique database of over 70,000 words from 40 languages from around the world, 18,000 of which are loanwords. This database (http: //loanwords.info) allows the authors to make empirically founded generalizations about general tendencies of word exchange among languages.
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october 2016 by dicewitch
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october 2016 by dicewitch
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october 2016 by dicewitch
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august 2016 by dicewitch
Accueil du dico des épices - Dictionary of herbs and Spices
Cette page web est une étude historique des épices, mais elle est surtout un dictionnaire en plus de quarante langues de celles-ci à usage tant personnel que professionnel.

De l'absinthe au zérumbet, le dictionnaire regroupe cent soixante quinze espèces connues sous plus de cinq cents noms français différents. Il vous permettra, pratiquement à tous les coups, de retrouver un aromate spécifié dans une recette exotique.

Si l'ail et le laurier sont connus de tout le monde, la trigonelle ou le zérumbet peuvent vous laisser perplexes. C'est pourquoi j'ai décrit le goût et l'utilisation de chaque épice en les rapprochant de ceux d'espèces très connues.

La page de recherche vous donne accès à la liste complète des 6 000 noms référencés en une cinquantaine de langues. Vous pourrez aussi rechercher une épice grâce à sa famille ou grâce à la partie consommée.

Pour toutes vos questions concernant les épices et les aromates, le forum est à votre disposition.

Ce site intègre des raccourcis qui peuvent être utiles à certaines personnes, rendez-vous sur la page indiquant les règles d'accessibilité de se site afin d'en prendre connaissance.

Bonne visite !
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may 2016 by dicewitch
WordGumbo | Free online dictionary | Online encyclopedia of languages
A ‘gumbo’ is a spicy okra-based stew, it also means a particular kind of mud; it is one of the few Bantu (African) words that has become part of the English language, itself a gumbo of a language.

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