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open source english dictionary

 
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Hi guys,

I am looking for open source built-in dictionary to use it in my code

to identify the token where it is noun, verb, adj. ... etc.

can any one help me in that ??

thanks alot
 
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Hope Smith wrote:I am looking for open source built-in dictionary to use it in my code


Hi Hope, and welcome to JavaRanch.

My suggestion would be to SearchFirst (←click). A quick Google of "Java open source english dictionary" got me a pile of hits. If you then have a question about a specific OS dictionary, you're much more likely to get a good response.

Winston
 
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