Digital Dictionaries of South Asia
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A practical Sanskrit dictionary with transliteration,accentuation, and etymological analysis throughout.
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NOTE: as of 5/11/2016, the Macdonell Sanskrit Dictionary is running under different software. You will notice slight differences in display, but the dictionary data is entirely the same.
Macdonell, Arthur Anthony. A practical Sanskrit dictionary with transliteration, accentuation, and etymological analysis throughout. London: Oxford University Press, 1929. "The original edition of this dictionary was published by Messrs. Longmans, Green & co., and has been reproduced photographically with their consent."
The "Addenda et Corrigenda" included with A practical Sanskrit dictionary have been applied to the data when this text was converted into a database.
A practical Sanskrit dictionary  includes Devanagari and roman alphabets. In order to display the non-roman characters a Unicode font must be installed. Information and instructions are available on the Font Help page.
The data for this dictionary was most recently updated in August 2005.
The data conversion and presentation of this dictionary was sponsored by Columbia University with support from the former Columbia-Dharam Hinduja Center for Indic Research.

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