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    Default Anyone know where I can d/l a good Portuguese worldlist?

    Hi,

    I've googled hard but all I can find are very small, crappy lists.

    I am looking for a nice big Portuguese world list.

    Can anyone point me to a good site?

    Brazilian or European Portuguese, it doesn't matter.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruk0ut View Post
    Hi,

    I've googled hard but all I can find are very small, crappy lists.

    I am looking for a nice big Portuguese world list.

    Can anyone point me to a good site?

    Brazilian or European Portuguese, it doesn't matter.

    Thanks
    --Bruk0ut
    Make one. There are a bunch of tutorials on here on how to make wordlists, just instead of using English, use the Portuguese dictionary. Use the search feature.
    This is the sixth time we have created a thread about it... and we have become exceedingly efficient at it.

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    Thanks for the tip, I would try that, but I cant even get my hands on a decent Portuguese simple dictionary text file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruk0ut View Post
    Thanks for the tip, I would try that, but I cant even get my hands on a decent Portuguese simple dictionary text file.
    Yeah it was real hard took about 2 minutes in google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruk0ut View Post
    Thanks for the tip, I would try that, but I cant even get my hands on a decent Portuguese simple dictionary text file.
    Do you speak portuguese? I found this thread, the first post suggests a program that grabs words from a web page and creates a wordlist whit it. You can just search google (set it to only show results in portuguese, it will show both Pt-BR and Pt-PT results) and pass sthe page through the program. The programs name is advanced metatags/wordlists generator 1.1. Also found this (also in portuguese).

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    I'd also use any 2000+ pages book, add the Bible in Portuguesse, (they use such things alot), sort uniq it... many many ways, just be creative.

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    @ archangel.amael - Thanks thats what I'm looking for. Seriously I searched for ages and couldn't find anything but crappy little lists that required alot of manipulation.

    @ Snayler - thanks, I am looking into that program now. I am learning Portuguese atm

    @ xorred - great idea never thought of that. I should be able to get one compiled soon now.

    cheers lads

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruk0ut View Post
    @ Snayler - thanks, I am looking into that program now. I am learning Portuguese atm
    I was afraid you didn't speak portuguese... Then I'll translate the second link for you:

    Today I missed something I never saw before: a wordlist with words in Portuguese! (...) I stopped to think a little about how to get a good wordlist in our language (Portuguese). What's the biggest source of portuguese words I know and that is freely available online? BrOffice.org! The list can be downloaded HERE

    After getting the archive, you'll have to unpack it's contents and do the following:

    * Install ispell package, in case your distro doesn't have it yet.
    * Compile the words using the command "make palavras".

    After thes steps, a new file will be created named "palavras.ispell", containing 291799 words, with verbs, adjectives and substantives. That list can easily be added to a wordlist. To do this, use the command bellow:

    Code:
    $  cat palavras.ispell wordlist.txt | sort | uniq > bigwordlist.txt
    I hope that the translation it's understandable and that you find it useful.

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    @Snayler, thanks very much. I have a pretty nice looking list now

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