csjc wrote:The Hippocrene dictionary is, to say the least, not very useful. A friend bought it for me as a gift and it's fun to take a look through now and then and learn a couple new words, but not much aside from that. I think it was printed in the 60s, too, and some vocabulary is not so current (a word of warning). Ordabok.is is amazing, really. My subscription just ran out and I'm broke so I'm dealing with it for now, but I hope to buy a new subscription soon. 2.500 kr. is really quite a deal for a comprehensive dictionary with relevant expressions and modern terminology/slang.
Egein wrote:I've always just used:
http://digicoll.library.wisc.edu/IcelOn ... .TEId.html
But nowadays I only use snara.is, which is like 15 dictionaries.
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