Updated list (was: Re: XLS?)
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, bribri56@a... wrote:
> The umlauts and other special alphabet characters are in RomanOkay! ;)
> characters for a large set of words in German and the Scandinavian
> languages. I transcribed those words from an older text that used
> the English equivalents (ae, ie, ue, oe, ao, etcetera). Feel free
> to update!
> Also, and I'm probably too late to rescue some words, when you editWell, I edited the list and indeed removed some old-fashioned words,
> the list, could you put parenthesis around words that are still
> accurate translations but perhaps quaint, regional, or out of
> fashion? Then add the modern term.
> These old-fashioned words are often etymologically related to other
> words that are still current. Of course, if a word is just plain
> wrong, then delete it. Also, sometimes one or two of the non-
> English words are translated into another part of speech than the
> others in the row. That's because the same spelling of an English
> word can be a noun, verb or adjective ("The elect will elect an
> elect candidate.") If you catch this, could you point out with (n)
> (v) (ad) what part of speech it is, and add the right word?
but I still got the original list so I'll go over that again and see
about those old-fashioned, regional etc. words and put the
interesting ones in again :) (I didn't remove all of them)
As for the nouns and verbs, I somtimes added (n.) or (v.) when I
thought things got a bit confusing.
> How did you send the Update Notification? Is it automatic or didIt's possible to tick a box when you upload a file, so yes, it's sort
> you write it? Its a good feature.
of automatic ;)
> Bye for now,