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 for the tip, I would try that, but I cant even get my hands on a decent Portuguese simple dictionary text file.
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).
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.
@ 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.
I hope that the translation it's understandable and that you find it useful.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
@Snayler, thanks very much. I have a pretty nice looking list now