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References

  1. Chen, XJ (1993) Dongguan fangyan shuolue (A Brief Introduction on the Dongguan Dialect), Guangdong Renmin Press.
  2. Cheng, CC (1997), Measuring relationship among dialects: DOC and related resources, Computational Linguistics & Chinese Language Processing 2.1:41-72,
  3. He, R. (1995), Sun Ya Chinese Character dictionary, 10th reprint, Sun Ya Publications (HK) Ltd., Hong Kong, ISBN 962-08-1188-7.
  4. IFACS (1968), Chinese dictionary, 1 - 39, IFACS, Taiwan.
  5. Jian, M.B., et al. (1992), Far East Chinese-English dictionary, The Far East Book Co., Ltd., Taipei, ISBN 957-612-232-5.
  6. Lau CF (1997), Hakka Pinyim dictionary, The Chinese University Press, Hong Kong, ISBN 962-201-750-9.
  7. MacIver, D., M.A. (1904), A Hakka Index to the Chinese-English Dictionary of Herbert A. Giles, LL.D. and to the Syllabic Dictionary of Chinese of S. Wells Williams, LL.D., American Presbyterian Mission Press, Shanghai.
  8. MacIver, D., M.A. (1905), An English-Chinese Dictionary in the vernacular of the Hakka People in the Canton Province, American Presbyterian Mission Press, Shanghai.
  9. MacIver, D., M.A. (1926), A Chinese-English Dictionary, Hakka-dialect as spoken in Kwang-Tung Province prepared by D. Maciver, M.A., revised and rearranged with many additional terms and phrases by Mackenzie, M.C., American Presbyterian Mission Press, Shanghai.
  10. MacIver, D., M.A. (1982), A Chinese-English Dictionary, Hakka-dialect as spoken in Kwang-Tung Province prepared by D. Maciver, M.A., revised and rearranged with many additional terms and phrases by Mackenzie, M.C., reprinted by SMC Publishing Inc., Taiwan, ISBN 957-638-077-4.
  11. Norman, J. (1988). Chinese, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, ISBN 0-521-22809-3.
  12. Peng, TX, (1996) Kejiahua fayin zidian, SMC Publishing Inc., Taiwan, ISBN 957-638-359-5.
  13. Rey, Ch. (1926), Dictionnaire Chinois-Français dialecte Hac-ka, Imprimerie de la Société des Missions-Étrangeres, Hong Kong.
  14. Schaank, S.H. (1897), Het Loeh-foeng-dialect, Boekhandel en drukkerij E.J. Brill, Leiden.
  15. van de Stadt, P.A. (1912), Hakka woordenboek, Batavia landsdrukkerij, The Hague.
  16. Tsai, C.H. (1996). Frequency and Stroke Counts of Chinese Characters [On Line], http://casper.beckman.uiuc.edu/~c-tsai4/chinese/charfreq.html.
  17. The Unicode Consortium (1996), The Unicode Standard, Worldwide Character Encoding, Version 2.0, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc., ISBN 0-201-48345-9.

Copyrights

All material is copyrighted. Parts of the dictionary data and sources are be distributed according their licenses.

Data Contributor Distribution license
Hakka Thomas Chin Open Content
Hagfa pinyim table Lau Chunfat Freely distributable
Cantonese sound files Wenrong Zhong Open Content
Siyan sound files Chang Kai-hui
Not distributable

For other copyrighted material we refer to the references below.

References

Radical/stroke data

K'ang-Hsi dictionary.

Four corner

  • Extracted from 4corner5.box as part of the et4c110a package.
  • Dictionary of Difficult characters.

Character frequency data

Tsai, C.H. (1996). Frequency and Stroke Counts of Chinese Characters [On Line], http://casper.beckman.uiuc.edu/~c-tsai4/chinese/charfreq.html.

Hakka

  • Chen, XJ (1993) Dongguan fangyan shuolue (A Brief Introduction on the Dongguan Dialect), Guangdong Renmin Press.
  • MacIver, D., M.A. (1904), A Hakka Index to the Chinese-English Dictionary of Herbert A. Giles, LL.D. and to the Syllabic Dictionary of Chinese of S. Wells Williams, LL.D., American Presbyterian Mission Press, Shanghai.
  • MacIver, D., M.A. (1905), An English-Chinese Dictionary in the vernacular of the Hakka People in the Canton Province, American Presbyterian Mission Press, Shanghai.
  • MacIver, D., M.A. (1926), A Chinese-English Dictionary, Hakka-dialect as spoken in Kwang-Tung Province prepared by D. Maciver, M.A., revised and rearranged with many additional terms and phrases by Mackenzie, M.C., American Presbyterian Mission Press, Shanghai.
  • MacIver, D., M.A. (1982), A Chinese-English Dictionary, Hakka-dialect as spoken in Kwang-Tung Province prepared by D. Maciver, M.A., revised and rearranged with many additional terms and phrases by Mackenzie, M.C., reprinted by SMC Publishing Inc., Taiwan, ISBN 957-638-077-4.
  • Peng, TX, (1996) Kejiahua fayin zidian, SMC Publishing Inc., Taiwan, ISBN 957-638-359-5.
  • Rey, Ch. (1926), Dictionnaire Chinois-Français dialecte Hac-ka, Imprimerie de la Société des Missions-Étrangeres, Hong Kong.
  • Schaank, S.H. (1897), Het Loeh-foeng-dialect, Boekhandel en drukkerij E.J. Brill, Leiden.

Chun-fat Lau Hakka

Lau CF (1997), Hakka Pinyim dictionary, The Chinese University Press, Hong Kong, ISBN 962-201-750-9.

Incorporated without changes from the original database maintained by Dr. Lau Chun-fat at Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

Mandarin

K'ang-Hsi dictionary and other sources

Cantonese

  • Dr. Chunfat Lau at Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Cantonese Linguistic Society Cantonese data file
  • Cantonese dictionary by Roy T. Cowles


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