Language or dialect typifying
A language will be formally defined, internally, by a triplet of values coming from different IETF coding systems :
- The language code (ISO 639).
- The country code (ISO 3166_1).
- The writing system code (ISO 15924).
We will then obtain an exhaustive database to describe any language.
Word or locution typifying
In each language, the words will include the following information:
- The lemma to which it relates.
- Its grammar category.
- Its language register.
- Its gender.
- Its number.
- Its date of appearence.
- Its phonetics writing.
- Its etymology.
- Its special usage.
- Its different meanings and when each was used (if such info is known).
As for the verbs, we will also provide conjugation charts.
We will offer the possibility to download as many files as we have charts available in the database for each language, in oder to show the all the links between the data. They will be identifiers linking the entries of each file, which will make the data more efficient and as small as possible. Remember that, for example, French has about 350,000 words or expressions, and Spanish has about 570,000.
Except for private organizations, such as publishers like Larousse, we shall become the most complete ressource of lexicographic and semantic database.
We will only use as ressources the work of legitimate professionals on the subject :
- Language lovers.
The work will be exclusively collaboratve and won’t require any content post-controls (like Wiipedia does), since ours will come from capabale and benevolent people. Which will participate in making it simple and in creating a structural economy.