seeking Cham-English, Cham-Vietnamese, or Cham-French language materials

Doug Cooper doug.cooper.thailand at GMAIL.COM
Tue Mar 22 17:24:29 UTC 2011


http://www.odsas.fr/scan_sets.php?set_id=27
Dictionnaire Cam-Fran├žais, E. Aymonier et A. Cabaton
   If you click on the page image it zooms out.  The "quick jump to a file"
drop-down works as a page jump if you allow for the off-by-10,705 error ;-)

   I have my own scanned copy of this work (at higher quality, 600 dpi png),
which I can share if it's helpful.

   I'm posting this response to the list on the off chance that somebody
might be interested in typing up the Cham heads -- given that, I'd build a
search tool for the page images.  Of course if anybody has the energy to
OCR (and correct) the entire book, I could build a real on-line resource.

    Be well,
    Doug

    http://sealang.net


On 3/22/2011 11:34 PM, julie thi underhill wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I am looking for Cham-English, Cham-Vietnamese, and/or Cham-French language
> materials. Dictionaries are particularly useful, although all language
> materials are sought.
>
> I already have Graham Thurgood's _From Ancient Cham to Modern Dialects_.
>
> Best wishes,
>
> Julie Thi Underhill
>
> doctoral student, UC Berkeley
>
>
>
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