__/ [Martin Brunner] on Saturday 17 September 2005 22:37 \__
> Are there any Freeware dictionaries for the Palm?
> If not, in the Internet I found Ergane, a freeware Digtionary - it
> shouldnt be too difficult to create a Palm client for that one.
I have not tried anything other than Noah Lite (with the largest word set,
probably since 2002), but I would vote for it, definitely. I don't use a
dictionary too often, but when I need a definition, Noah Lite delivers it
fast. It even takes as input the content of the clipboard by default, which
is good if you spellcheck.
__/ [pailface88@xxxxxxxxx] added on Sunday 18 September 2005 00:09 \__
> I have tried Noah lite but felt it to be very limited to the point of
> being worthless to me for my usage. I have downloaded a dictionary app
> called Pocket Lingo (commerical software) and it is superb. I have
> installed the American Heritage College dictionary for it to run and it
> really has about any word you will enter into it. I believe it is
> around 270,000 entries which is a VERY thick dictionary if it were on
> paper and ink.
In defence of my choice above, I would only argue that the OP sought a
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