French /usr/dict/words

French /usr/dict/words

Post by Patrick Rapi » Tue, 19 Nov 1996 04:00:00



Does it exist a simple and free word list, in plain ASCII format, like
the standard file /usr/dict/words, but in other languages than English?
I am trying to find a French version of it. I already searched a lot
with no success.
Thank you for your help.
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French /usr/dict/words

Post by Paul Rub » Tue, 19 Nov 1996 04:00:00




Quote:>Does it exist a simple and free word list, in plain ASCII format, like
>the standard file /usr/dict/words, but in other languages than English?
>I am trying to find a French version of it. I already searched a lot
>with no success.
>Thank you for your help.

I think there is a French word list in the Moby Lexicon collection
which is now free.  Try a web search.

 
 
 

French /usr/dict/words

Post by Thor Sigvaldas » Wed, 20 Nov 1996 04:00:00


[Posted and mailed]



Quote:> Does it exist a simple and free word list, in plain ASCII format, like
> the standard file /usr/dict/words, but in other languages than English?
> I am trying to find a French version of it. I already searched a lot
> with no success.
> Thank you for your help.

        Oui, ca existe. Il y a une dictionnaire francais (pour ispell) a:

                ftp://ftp.ireq-robot.hydro.qc.ca/pub/ispell/

        J'espere que ca va vous aider, et je m'excuse pour mon francais
horrible.

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Translation:

        Yes, it exists. There is a french dictionary (for ispell) at:

                ftp://ftp.ireq-robot.hydro.qc.ca/pub/ispell/

        Hope this helps, and sorry for my terrible french.

- Thor

 
 
 

French /usr/dict/words

Post by Neil Moor » Sat, 23 Nov 1996 04:00:00



> [Posted and mailed]



> > Does it exist a simple and free word list, in plain ASCII format, like
> > the standard file /usr/dict/words, but in other languages than English?
> > I am trying to find a French version of it. I already searched a lot
> > with no success.
> > Thank you for your help.

>    Oui, ca existe. Il y a une dictionnaire francais (pour ispell) a:

>            ftp://ftp.ireq-robot.hydro.qc.ca/pub/ispell/

>    J'espere que ca va vous aider, et je m'excuse pour mon francais
> horrible.

> ----------
> Translation:

>    Yes, it exists. There is a french dictionary (for ispell) at:

>            ftp://ftp.ireq-robot.hydro.qc.ca/pub/ispell/

>    Hope this helps, and sorry for my terrible french.

There is also a French dict/words at:
        ftp://uiarchive.cso.uiuc.edu/pub/security/wordlists/french/dico.Z

ftp://uiarchive.cso.uiuc.edu/pub/security/wordlists/ has a number of word
lists, in various languages: Afrikaans, Croatian (small), Czech, Danish,
Deutsch, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Hungarian (small), Italian,
Japanese, Latin, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swahili (small),
and Swedish (small).  The ones I have marked "(small)" are < 100k.  I
have not listed the ones less than 10k.

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French /usr/dict/words

Post by David Welt » Sun, 24 Nov 1996 04:00:00




>> [Posted and mailed]



>> > Does it exist a simple and free word list, in plain ASCII format, like
>> > the standard file /usr/dict/words, but in other languages than English?
>> > I am trying to find a French version of it. I already searched a lot
>> > with no success.
>> > Thank you for your help.
>There is also a French dict/words at:
>        ftp://uiarchive.cso.uiuc.edu/pub/security/wordlists/french/dico.Z
>ftp://uiarchive.cso.uiuc.edu/pub/security/wordlists/ has a number of word
>lists, in various languages: Afrikaans, Croatian (small), Czech, Danish,
>Deutsch, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Hungarian (small), Italian,
>Japanese, Latin, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swahili (small),
>and Swedish (small).  The ones I have marked "(small)" are < 100k.  I
>have not listed the ones less than 10k.

I looked throught the ispell man, but it wasn't real clear riguarding
what needs to be done to transform a wordlist into a dictionary...  I am
trying to get the Italian one to work...  Would someone be so kind as to
spell out the procedure?

Grazie:-)

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