Links let access and download free linguistic resources. Webster 1828 was a most remarkable resource of Emily Dickinson’s times. Linde, Karłowicz, or Brückner may encourage connoisseur reference in Polish as well.
US INTERNET ARCHIVE
- Latin morpheme LUS (3.13 MB)
- Greek morpheme LUS (1.17 MB)
- Latin morpheme LUO (223 KB)
- Greek morpheme LUO (246 KB)
Dictionaries as by Linde or Karłowicz, Kryński, and Niedźwiecki differ in their alphabetical ordering. With Linde, the Polish ó is considered an o with a diacritic. Therefore, we look for próba before probacya.
In Karłowicz, Kryński, Niedźwiecki, as in the present-day Polish alphabet, ó is a standalone character, próba to follow and not to precede prożysko.
SAMUEL LINDE DICTIONARY
The files are available also from this website, PDF format.
- Linde dictionary of Polish, A-F (90.36 MB)
- Linde dictionary of Polish, G-L (83.95 MB)
- Linde dictionary of Polish, M-O (74.31 MB)
- Linde dictionary of Polish, P (80.13 MB)
- Linde dictionary of Polish, R-T (77.20 MB)
- Linde dictionary of Polish, U-Z (135.6 MB)
Dictionary by Jan Karłowicz, Adam Kryński i Władysław Niedźwiecki,
Internet Archive download page:
- 01karo (and further ordinals, 02-08)
The files are available also from this website,
- KKN A-G (104.76 MB)
- KKN H-M (161.59 MB)
- KKN N-Ó (108.68 MB)
- KKN P-Proż (107.84 MB)
- KKN Próba-R (126.56 MB)
- KKN S-Ś (84.54 MB)
- KKN T-Y (173.46 MB)
- KKN Z-Ż (83.51 MB)