Lexica of terminology

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Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Business Terminology[edit]

The Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Business Terminology contains 15,987 Dutch words from the business domain, comprising 13,774 nouns, 1,267 adjectives, 895 verbs, 9 adverbs, and 42 items from other categories. The lexicon complies with the official Dutch Spelling (2005). Each entry contains an ID, word form and part of speech.


Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Legal Terminology[edit]

The Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Legal Terminology contains 6,207 Dutch words from the legal domain, comprising 4,781 nouns, 810 adjectives, 573 verbs, 12 adverbs and 31 items from other categories. It complies with the official Dutch Spelling (2005/6). Each entry contains an ID, word form and part of speech.


Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Medical Terminology[edit]

The Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Medical Terminology contains 17,115 Dutch words from the medical domain, comprising 12,638 nouns, 3,107 adjectives, 1,273 verbs, 11 adverbs and 86 items from other categories. It complies with the official Dutch Spelling (2005/6). Each entry contains an ID, word form and part of speech.

Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Social Terminology[edit]

The Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Social Terminology contains 12,551 Dutch words from the social domain, comprising 9,984 nouns, 1,306 adjectives, 1,161 verbs, 56 adverbs and 44 items from other categories. It complies with the official Dutch Spelling (2005/6). Each entry contains an ID, word form and part of speech.

Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Technical Terminology[edit]

The Polderland Dutch Lexicon of Technical Terminology contains 9,940 Dutch words from the technical/scientific domain, comprising 8,832 nouns, 950 adjectives, 111 verbs, 2 adverbs and 45 items from other categories. It complies with the official Dutch Spelling (2005/6). Each entry contains an ID, word form and part of speech.

Medische Termen Belgisch-Nederlands (MedTermBN)[edit]

MedTermBN is a list with medical notions which are used in either Belgium or in the Netherlands and their (possible) counterparts.