Wanca

Wanca is a portal for websites in Uralic languages. It offers a collection of links to web pages written in various Uralic languages. The pages have been found using the automated system developed in the SUKI project.

In the SUKI project smaller Uralic languages are promoted, which means that links to pages written in Hungarian, Finnish or Estonian are not collected. Wanca is the result of the Language Programme of the Kone Foundation for small Finno-Ugric languages.

In Kielipankki, the Language Bank of Finland, the resource Wanca 2016 is available as Korp version and for download.

This resource group page has a Persistent Identifier: http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:lb-2021101110

Sanat

Sanat is a platform for publishing lexica and word lists, maintained by Kielipankki, the Language Bank of Finland.

Examples of resources published in Sanat:
Online Lexicon of Veps Language
The Sanat Version of the Finnish FrameNet
The Sanat Version of the Finnish WordNet

This resource group page has a Persistent Identifier: http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:lb-2021101109

Finnish Signbank

Finnish Signbank is a lexical database of Finnish Sign Language (FinSL) and Finland-Swedish Sign Language (FinSSL). It is developed by the Corpus Project of Finland’s Sign Languages (CFINSL) at the Sign Language Centre of the University of Jyväskylä together with the corpus and dictionary work of the Finnish Association of the Deaf.

The basic purpose of Finnish Signbank is to serve as a tool in annotating FinSL and FinSSL texts. Linguistic annotations are attached to video time codes, and the coded material can be used to create a corpus of sign language texts.

This resource group page has a Persistent Identifier: http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:lb-2021101108

Proto-Indo-European Lexicon

Proto-Indo-European Lexicon is the generative etymological dictionary of Indo-European languages.

The current version, PIE Lexicon Pilot 1.1, presents digitally generated data of hundred most ancient Indo-European languages with three hundred new etymologies for Old Anatolian languages, Hitttite, Palaic, Cuneiform Luwian and Hieroglyphic Luwian, arranged under two hundred Indo-European roots.

More information on the lexicon: http://pielexicon.hum.helsinki.fi/

Latest versions/subcorpora:
Proto-Indo-European Lexicon
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Of this language corpus different versions/subcorpora are published in the Language Bank of Finland. The versions are available through the Language Bank Download Service and/or through the Korp concordance tool, or they are offered by another member organisation of FIN-CLARIN. The links to the different versions can be found from the list above.

Detailed information on the content of each version, user rights and licenses can be found from it’s specific metadata record in META-SHARE.

This resource group page has a Persistent Identifier: http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:lb-2021093004

The Helsinki Term Bank for the Arts and Sciences

The Helsinki Term Bank for the Arts and Sciences (HTB) is a multidisciplinary project which aims to gather a permanent terminological database for all fields of research in Finland. The project has created this Semantic MediaWiki platform, which offers a collaborative environment. This means that anyone can freely use it and also participate in the discussion about terms.

Latest versions/subcorpora:
The Helsinki Term Bank for the Arts and Sciences
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Of this language corpus different versions/subcorpora are published in the Language Bank of Finland. The versions are available through the Language Bank Download Service and/or through the Korp concordance tool, or they are offered by another member organisation of FIN-CLARIN. The links to the different versions can be found from the list above.

Detailed information on the content of each version, user rights and licenses can be found from it’s specific metadata record in META-SHARE.

This resource group page has a Persistent Identifier: http://urn.fi/urn:nbn:fi:lb-2021092002