[open-linguistics] Linguistic glossaries

Hugh Paterson III hugh at thejourneyler.org
Fri Jun 7 19:20:17 UTC 2013

Well there is the GOLD ontology...  not quite a glossary, but any online linguistics glossary should have a relationship with the GOLD ontology.

But I too would be interested to know what the concerns are with the SIL glossary. (If you mean the one which was part of the online version of LinguaLinks). (as there is also the SIL french-englsih and the SIL spanish-english linguistic glossaries.)

- Hugh

On Jun 7, 2013, at 1:29 PM, Blume, Maria wrote:

> Hi: This is a general question from someone new to this area, mainly directed to the people who attended the LDL Workshop in Frankfurt, since I know it was mentioned there.
> What are reliable online glossaries for linguistic terms? I know the SIL one but I think someone mentioned some concerns about it.
> Thanks
> María
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