More – Where Words Have Meaning

  • March 31, 2009

Lexipedia.comLexipedia is a new online dictionary that has taken a visual approach to the whole premise. That is, whenever you key in a word you are presented with related words in a graphical manner, reminiscent of a grid that highlights connections.

This includes verbs, adverbs, synonyms and antonyms along with something I was frankly not familiar with named “fuzzynyms”. These seem to be words with a fuzzy semantic relation.

As it is only appropriate for a linguistic resource, this site is available in several languages. In addition to English, Spanish, French and Italian are all accounted for, and the same goes for German and Dutch.

By way of conclusion, the site offers a service that will mainly appeal to those who are looking into having a better representation of the relations between words. That is, linguists and related language professionals like translators and so forth. Still, casual users might derive some uses from it, but I don’t know if they will keep on coming back to the site after they have checked it once.

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More – Dictionary Thesaurus

  • July 1, 2008 is a free online dictionary, but not just any type of dictionary.

In fact, Wordsmyth is a dictionary thesaurus. What is this? Just in case you didn’t know, a dictionary thesaurus is similar to a dictionary, but instead of definitions and pronunciations it contains synonyms and antonyms. Anyway, Wordsmyth features both types of dictionaries. So, whenever you look for a word you get its definition, pronunciation, synonyms, and antonyms. In addition to this, the site features a series of online and downloadable tools such as the Wordsmyth tool bar, which lets you look for any word on any page, at any time. It also features a glossary maker, a quiz builder, an anagram solver, and a crossword puzzle helper, among others. Finally, you can access to all their latest news as well as to their online store where you can buy online their CDs with different dictionaries and tools.

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More – Your Online Dictionaries

  • March 16, 2008

YourDictionaries.comBrought to you by the publishers of Larousse, Harrap’s and Vox encyclopedias and other reference works, is a search engine, a point of reference for users of the Spanish language in the internet.

Being currently ranked among the top listed sites in almost every important search engine, this site has placed some of the most important Spanish language reference works at the disposal of Internet users all over the world. Displaying translators and definitions, as well as synonyms, Phrasal Verbs, plain Verbs, and more, con give you a meaning or a translation into 7 different languages, it can be found in English, Spanish, French, Catalan, Italian, Polish and German, helping its user to write in any language. Originally, this website was thought out in Spanish, so you will find that out of almost all the information you may find on it, shows more details in the Spanish searches. also offers a place where the user can shop for books, mainly dictionaries and such; as well as a shop and a Free Trial for its users. Combining a simple design and layout and an easy to use format, is the place to go in the search for the meaning of a Word.

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