The Linked Old Germanic Dictionaries consist of RDF editions of multiple original resources of linked lexical resources. Note that due to the lack of high-quality source material available in machine-readable form and/or open licenses, the ressources assembled here are not to be recommende for direct usage in philological studies. Nevertheless, they may provide a worthful toolbox for developing NLP applications.
Details can be found in an upcoming paper by Chiarcos & Sukhareva (2014), Linked Germanic Dictionaries, presented at the 3rd Workshop on Linked Data in Linguistics (LDL-2014), Reykjavik, Iceland, May 2014.
The lexicons are continuously extended. At the moment, they are based on two sources:
The languages currently covered include:
Both dictionaries are linked with Wiktionary (lemonUby edition): for every Old High German, Gothic, Middle and Old English word mentioned in the German resp. English Wiktionary, a rdfs:seeAlso link was created.
At the moment, only the bilingual word lists can be made available, with triple counts as follows:
|OE||OHG||DE (Wkt)||EN (Wkt)|
|ME||4,162, 147 (Wkt)|
Additional dictionaries compiled from a massive parallel corpus of Germanic languages are continuously being added. At the moment, the automatically compiled dictionaries comprise in total: