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Resources for Linguistics

This list is not exhaustive and sites may contain some overlap of material (so explore if you have some spare time)

General Linguistics:




Glossary of linguistic terms:

IPA symbols:

Grammatical Features (Surrey Morphology Group):

Resources for Studying Spoken English:

Dan Hall's Articulatory Site:

Syntactic Structures of the World's Languages:

Guidelines for Glosses (Leipzig):

Grammar Instruction:

Early Indo-European texts:

 LRC - UTexas, Austin:

Early Germanic sources:

Library at Septentrionalia: 

Old English sources:

Bosworth & Toller OE Dictionary:

Peter Baker (U of V):  Old English & OE Aerobics Anthology

Dictionary of Old English Project:

Thesaurus of Old English (TOE):

Beowulf (& other OE) manuscript (Cotton MS Vitellius A.XV:

Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture:

International Society of Anglo-Saxonists (ISAS):

Middle English sources:

Middle English Compendium:

Middle English (TEAMS):

Anglo-Norman sources:

Additional Medieval Studies sources:


O.R.B for Medieval Studies:

Oxford Text Archive:

Facsimiles:  Early Mss. Oxford Univ.

Early Modern and Modern Corpora:

Corpus of Contemporary American English: 

Corpus of Historical American English:

British National Corpus:

GerManC (German 1650-1800):

Standard Dutch Grammar:

American/British English:

        PBS "Do You Speak American?":

        Survey of English Usages:

General Interests:

Etymology (format is playful):

British Library Digitized Manuscripts:

Peace Corps Language Archive:

Linguistic Humor (Beatrice Santorini):