English = Indo-European

Indo-European Dictionary-Translator v. 2.0

This version supports English. Please read the following instructions:

  1. To find phrasal verbs or compound words, look for them with hyphens. For example, "be-afraid", not "be afraid".To exploit the potential of this dictionary-translator software, you can look up multiple words (e.g. synonyms) at the same time.
  2. Most nouns and verbs are (still) not inflected - Look for the most simple expressions first. For example, "I go house", instead of "I went home". Then find the correct inflection of "go" (1st person, past tense) and "house" (accusative):
  3. This translator is based on the Late Proto-Indo-European Etymological Lexicon by Fernando López-Menchero. The work contains correct usage of Late Proto-Indo-European words - with emphasis on North-West Indo-European lexicon-, their proper meaning, derivatives in early Indo-European dialects and laryngeal roots.
  4. You can further look up the Indo-European words in the Latin version (for precision of English meanings) and machine translations into the German version. Pokorny's Indo-European Etymological Dictionary is also available for reference as dictionary-translator.
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The database was prepared as part of Academia Prisca's Indo-European Network by Carlos Quiles
You can read more on Indo-European reconstruction: Academia Prisca projects Forum Linguae IndoeuropaeaeIndo-European LanguagesJ. Pokorny's Indo-European Etymological Dictionary Modern Indo-European learning courseIndo-European demic diffusion
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