English-Welsh lexicon makes disk debut

August 15, 1997

The first English-Welsh computerised dictionary has been developed by linguists at the universities of Glasgow and Bangor. The software package contains 45,000 words, including technical terms, and it recognises Welsh grammatical mutations and verb conjugations. It is the result of 18 months' work funded by the Welsh Language Board.

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