Aphorisms Galore! presents 1800+ aphorisms. Search for aphorisms by word, select by author, or select by category (16 categories).
The CMU Pronouncing Dictionary
"The Carnegie Mellon University Pronouncing Dictionary is a machine-readable pronunciation dictionary for North American English that contains over 100,000 words and their transcriptions. This format is particularly useful for speech recognition and synthesis, as it has mappings from words to their pronunciations in the given phoneme set..."
Dictionaries from Internet Public Library
Dictionaries from the Internet Public Library include English language dictionaries, foreign language dictionaries, translation dictionaries, slang dictionaries, acronym and abbreviation dictionaries, sign language dictionaries, thesauri, rhyming dictionaries, and more.
iLoveLanguages - Your Guide to Languages on the Web
This page is devoted to bringing together information about the languages of the world . The language resources listed here come from all around the world, and range from dictionaries to language tutorials to spoken samples of languages. You will find dictionaries (most multilingual) for the following languages: Arabic, English, Esperanto, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Norwegian, Rasta, Slovak, Spanish, Urdu and, of course, Klingon. With these listed, it should be said that this is a rich and varied resource going far beyond dictionaries.
LOGOS Translation Dictionary : 30 Languages
"Welcome to the LOGOS Dictionary. This freely-accessible database, compiled without any form of public contribution, is growing constantly because it's updated and corrected on line by our network of professional translators. When we wrote this, the dictionary had more than 3.180.692 entries (total for all languages). As an ongoing and interactive project, Logos Dictionary is inevitably prone to errors and will never be complete, but with your contributions and corrections we can improve it and expand it faster." Thirty languages are represented within this tool.
The WWWebster Dictionary is the on-line version of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th edition. Searchable dictionary with entries linked to a thesaurus. There's a Word of the Day feature and transcripts of the Word for the Wise radio program.
OneLook Dictionaries : the Faster Finder
Search 107 dictionaries simultaneously or specify a category or a particular list from these categories, each of which have a number of separate works: 1. Computer/Internet Dictionaries 2.Technological Dictionaries 3.Business Dictionaries 4.Science Dictionaries 5.Medical Dictionaries 6.Religion Dictionaries 7.Sports Dictionaries 8.Miscellaneous Dictionaries 9.Acronym Dictionaries 10.General Dictionaries
"Over 13,000 quotations from...over 6,500 of the most influential and successful people in the world... from past to present...There are over 900 topics for you to choose from...". As Carl Edward Sagan is quoted in a statement that could apply to this site: "Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known."
"Welcome to The Quotations Page! This page was originally developed as a catalog of Quotation resources on the Internet; it has since evolved into a large-scale Quotation site with many original resources."
Search the headwords or full text of Roget's Thesaurus 1911 edition (released to the public domain by MICRA Inc and the Gutenberg Project.) Internal cross references are clickable hyper-text links (from the brochure).
Samuel Johnson Sound Bite Page
"Over 700 quotes from Samuel Johnson, one of the most quoted men of the 18th century, indexed by topic." Johnson stated the following about the press: "Journals are daily multiplied without increase of knowledge. The tale of the morning paper is told again in the evening, and the narratives of the evening are bought again in the morning" (5/27/1758).
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