Translation Glossaries from the Web
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Traveljargon.org is a trading name of TIN (Travel Intelligence Network) | http://www.traveljargon.org/
A - Z of terminology, acronyms, and expressions for business or leisure travel, airlines, hotels, car hire, conference and meetings, rail, cruising and tourism. Compiled and continually up-dated by the travel community, Traveljargon.org is free to use and places all the words and phrases you need at your fingertips. Traveljargon.org is a dedicated,... View more
Academia Mexicana de la Lengua / Guido Gómez de Silva | http://www.academia.org.mx/dicgeo.p...
El Diccionario Geográfico Universal, obra de la Academia Mexicana de la Lengua, contiene una lista muy extensa de lugares de todo el mundo, con su nombre en español. Puede ser útil no sólo para los mexicanos, sino para todos los hablantes de español. // The Universal Geographic Dictionary made by the "Academia Mexicana de la Lengua" contains a ve... View more
John Padgett / William Faulkner on the Web | http://cypress.mcsr.olemiss.edu/~eg...
This glossary is a compilation of people, places, and other terms present in the written work of William Faulkner. Sources for the information presented here are the works themselves and several secondary sources (listed on the main glossary page). At present, terms are indexed for works published during Faulkner’s lifetime; indexing for posthumous... View more
Irving Hexman, University of Calgary | http://religiousmovements.lib.virgi...
Alphabetical glossary, just in English. More than four thousand definitions of concepts and identifications of names, groups, places and important dates in the history of religious movements. You will find the glossary of terms is extensively cross-referenced, and each of the cross referenced terms is accessible with a single click.
Canada's Geographical Names Approved in English and French Pan-Canadian names: 81 large and well-known Canadian features and areas designated in Treasury Board Circular 1983-58 (e.g., Lake Winnipeg / Lac Winnipeg); Dual names: for Canadian federal lands (e.g. names of National Parks, Indian Reserves and Military Areas); for some places a... View more
Abu Zahra | http://www.ummah.net/hajj/glossary/
Has most of the important terms transliterated into English and the meaning given. There are also sound files for pronounciation and photos of the important places.
Universal general comprehensive Dictionary that can be helpful in many subjects, incl. geology. Dictionary is still unfinished, but there are several German versions of one Dutch word in many places.
Terms discussed here include people, places, agencies, technology, jargon and clichés used in the aftermath of the attack on the United States. The glossary is organized by topics: terrorism, war, geopolitics, religion, homeland security, disaster recovery and miscellaneous. In some cases, the glossary notes alternative spellings of Arabic and othe... View more
The J. Paul Getty Trust | http://www.getty.edu/research/condu...
2000. Database-driven Web site, with A-Z index. The TGN is a structured vocabulary of more than 1,000,000 geographic names, including vernacular and historical names, coordinates, and place types, focusing on places important for the study of art and architecture.