[Hisweloke] . . . ON-LINE SINDARIN DICTIONARIES [Tolkien]
[Dictionary] Words -- so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them. (N. Hawthorne)
[HTML] Sindarin & Noldorin dictionaries (with normalizations)
A1. Alphabetical Sindarin-English dictionary
A2. Analogical English-Sindarin dictionary
A3. - Thematic Sindarin-English lexicon
A4. - Semantic Sindarin-English lexicon (Carl Buck's categories)
[HTML] "Strict" Sindarin & Noldorin dictionaries (without normalizations)
B1. Alphabetical Sindarin-English dictionary
B2. Analogical English-Sindarin dictionary
B3. - Thematic Sindarin-English lexicon
B4. - Semantic Sindarin-English lexicon (Carl Buck's categories)
B5. - Dictionary-based grammatical view
[HTML] Other documents
C1. Symbols and abbreviations
C2. Statistical charts (SVG)
C3. Strict concordances (without definitions and annotations)
[PDF] Technical documentation
X1. The Making Of a Dictionary - part I