हिन्दी शब्दतंत्र Hindi Wordnet

हिंदी शब्द संकल्पनाकोश A Lexical Database for Hindi
The Hindi WordNet API is released under GNU GPL 3.0 and the lexicon under GNU FDL
Download Hindi Wordnet 1.4
Last Update: 28th January, 2013

Resource Center For Indian Language Technology Solutions,
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai.

Hindi Wordnet Online   

You can browse the Hindi Wordnet through this interface. Hindi wordnet is based on idea of English WordNet. It is more than a conventional Hindi dictionary. It gives different relations between synsets or synonym sets which represent unique concepts.
  • This web site uses Unicode for Devangari fonts.
  • To view the pages correctly Unicode support should be installed on your computer.
  • Please visit unicode-support.doc (microsoft word file) to install unicode on the machine.
  • Please use keyboard map to enter word in unicode.
  • Windows 2000,Windows XP and Windows NT is preferred for best viewing.
  • If you do not see the fonts properly, Make the setting as follows: Right Click -> Encoding -> UTF-8.
  • In Linux, Viewing may not be as good.
  • Windows 98 view can not be guaranteed.
  • Searches that recursively traverse down noun hierarchies from very high in a tree (hyponyms of animals) are slower, as they require more processing.
  • All *(asterisk) marked synsets are direct translations from English, and the ones marked with +(plus) sign are culture specific synsets from other indic languages.

Hindi Wordnet is now available through Lingusitic Data consortium: See the LDC catalog announcement

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