Nogai-Turkish Dictionary

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Elaine
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Nogai-Turkish Dictionary

Postby Elaine » 2016-12-25, 3:58

I have created a Nogai-Turkish dictionary app on VB6 and it has over 670 words. I'll (hopefully) update it as much as possible and maybe also add new features. I'm using a MacBook and I programmed the dictionary using VB6 on a Windows 2000 Pro VM. (The Nogai words are written in the Latin alphabet, because the machine's default charset is Turkish. I actually planned to write the Nogai words in Cyrillic, but with no success)

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Here is the link:
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The Turkmen-Turkish and Uzbek-Turkish dictionaries are coming soon by the way.

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Re: Nogai-Turkish Dictionary

Postby Aziko » 2017-01-13, 7:46

It's great job! You need to create a Chuvash-Turkish dictionary app also :) I can help you with chuvash latin alphabet. It's most interesting turkic language (and sakha also).
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Re: Nogai-Turkish Dictionary

Postby Elaine » 2017-01-18, 19:01

Aziko wrote:It's great job! You need to create a Chuvash-Turkish dictionary app also :) I can help you with chuvash latin alphabet. It's most interesting turkic language (and sakha also).


Sorry for being late, but you can send me a list of Chuvash words :) And welcome to UniLang, Azamat!

I'll create a Mac dictionary instead.
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