On-line Etymological databases
morrisrp at sbu.ac.uk
Fri Aug 27 16:18:42 UTC 1999
Sean Crist 22 Aug 1999 does not mention the magnificent example of an
on-line database which would provide an excellent template for
Indo-european and possibly be a location for it. So far they have
included a vast range of Altaic languages and also included Chinese,
Japanese and Korean, as well as Dravidian, North Caucasian and they are
starting on Semitic.
The URL is http://starling.rinet.ru.
I use it for Japanese and it is very easy to use and in English! They
are looking to extend it to the whole world and including IE in it would
make perfect sense.
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