Kotobank

Kotobank.

A resource developed by Asashi Shinbun Company, it provides free access to 51 Japanese dictionaries and encyclopedias for about 470,000 entries. Users can search the dictionaries simultaneously or separately. In addition to dictionary entries, web search results will also be displayed for the search query.

The dictionaries in kotobank.jp include デジタル大辞泉百科事典マイペディア, デジタル版 日本人名大辞典+Plus, 朝日日本歴史人物事典, 美術人名辞典, and so on.

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Naver Dictionary 네이버 사전

Naver Dictionary 네이버 사전.

A popular online resource, the Naver Dictionary includes a Korean dictionary and several bilingual dictionaries (Korean-English, Korean-Chinese, and Korean-Japanese), as well as several other reference tools.

People who are interested in Naver’s Korean-English dictionary may find this blog post helpful.

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Infoseek Rakuten Multi-dictionary 楽天マルチ辞書

Infoseek Rakuten Multi-dictionary 楽天マルチ辞書.

Provided by the Rakuten Company, this resource can be used to search five dictionaries published by Sanseido 三省堂, i.e. English-Japanese, Japanese-English, Japanese-Japanese (Daijirin), Katakana, and Chinese character dictionaries.

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Korean Multimedia Dictionary

Korean Multimedia Dictionary.

Developed at Indiana University, the Korean Multimedia Dictionary provides pronunciations of over 400 Korean words in audio. The flash intro may take some time to load and there is also a search box somewhat hidden at the bottom of the page.

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Zhongwen.com

Zhongwen.com.

Based on the printed dictionary compiled by Rick Harbough (currently of Indiana University), this is a popular resource for learning Chinese characters.

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Foguang Buddhist Dictionary 佛光大辭典

Foguang Buddhist Dictionary 佛光大辭典.

This resource provides fulltext search capability for the Fo guang da ci dian.

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WWWJDIC: Online Japanese Dictionary Service

WWWJDIC: Online Japanese Dictionary Service.

Developed by Jim Breen (now retired from Monash University), this is a popular Japanese-English dictionary. The main dictionary contains over 100 thousand entries. It also includes a dictionary on Japanese proper names and several subject-specific dictionaries.

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