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-en_US Hunspell Dictionary
-Version 2018.04.16
-Mon Apr 16 22:11:56 2018 -0400 [7bbe293]
-http://wordlist.sourceforge.net
-
-README file for English Hunspell dictionaries derived from SCOWL.
-
-These dictionaries are created using the speller/make-hunspell-dict
-script in SCOWL.
-
-The following dictionaries are available:
-
- en_US (American)
- en_CA (Canadian)
- en_GB-ise (British with "ise" spelling)
- en_GB-ize (British with "ize" spelling)
- en_AU (Australian)
-
- en_US-large
- en_CA-large
- en_GB-large (with both "ise" and "ize" spelling)
- en_AU-large
-
-The normal (non-large) dictionaries correspond to SCOWL size 60 and,
-to encourage consistent spelling, generally only include one spelling
-variant for a word. The large dictionaries correspond to SCOWL size
-70 and may include multiple spelling for a word when both variants are
-considered almost equal. The larger dictionaries however (1) have not
-been as carefully checked for errors as the normal dictionaries and
-thus may contain misspelled or invalid words; and (2) contain
-uncommon, yet valid, words that might cause problems as they are
-likely to be misspellings of more common words (for example, "ort" and
-"calender").
-
-To get an idea of the difference in size, here are 25 random words
-only found in the large dictionary for American English:
-
- Bermejo Freyr's Guenevere Hatshepsut Nottinghamshire arrestment
- crassitudes crural dogwatches errorless fetial flaxseeds godroon
- incretion jalapeño's kelpie kishkes neuroglias pietisms pullulation
- stemwinder stenoses syce thalassic zees
-
-The en_US, en_CA and en_AU are the official dictionaries for Hunspell.
-The en_GB and large dictionaries are made available on an experimental
-basis. If you find them useful please send me a quick email at
-kevina@gnu.org.
-
-If none of these dictionaries suite you (for example, maybe you want
-the normal dictionary that also includes common variants) additional
-dictionaries can be generated at http://app.aspell.net/create or by
-modifying speller/make-hunspell-dict in SCOWL. Please do let me know
-if you end up publishing a customized dictionary.
-
-If a word is not found in the dictionary or a word is there you think
-shouldn't be, you can lookup the word up at http://app.aspell.net/lookup
-to help determine why that is.
-
-General comments on these list can be sent directly to me at
-kevina@gnu.org or to the wordlist-devel mailing lists
-(https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/wordlist-devel). If you
-have specific issues with any of these dictionaries please file a bug
-report at https://github.com/kevina/wordlist/issues.
-
-IMPORTANT CHANGES INTRODUCED In 2016.11.20:
-
-New Australian dictionaries thanks to the work of Benjamin Titze
-(btitze@protonmail.ch).
-
-IMPORTANT CHANGES INTRODUCED IN 2016.04.24:
-
-The dictionaries are now in UTF-8 format instead of ISO-8859-1. This
-was required to handle smart quotes correctly.
-
-IMPORTANT CHANGES INTRODUCED IN 2016.01.19:
-
-"SET UTF8" was changes to "SET UTF-8" in the affix file as some
-versions of Hunspell do not recognize "UTF8".
-
-ADDITIONAL NOTES:
-
-The NOSUGGEST flag was added to certain taboo words. While I made an
-honest attempt to flag the strongest taboo words with the NOSUGGEST
-flag, I MAKE NO GUARANTEE THAT I FLAGGED EVERY POSSIBLE TABOO WORD.
-The list was originally derived from Németh László, however I removed
-some words which, while being considered taboo by some dictionaries,
-are not really considered swear words in today's society.
-
-COPYRIGHT, SOURCES, and CREDITS:
-
-The English dictionaries come directly from SCOWL
-and is thus under the same copyright of SCOWL. The affix file is
-a heavily modified version of the original english.aff file which was
-released as part of Geoff Kuenning's Ispell and as such is covered by
-his BSD license. Part of SCOWL is also based on Ispell thus the
-Ispell copyright is included with the SCOWL copyright.
-
-The collective work is Copyright 2000-2016 by Kevin Atkinson as well
-as any of the copyrights mentioned below:
-
- Copyright 2000-2016 by Kevin Atkinson
-
- Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell these word
- lists, the associated scripts, the output created from the scripts,
- and its documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee,
- provided that the above copyright notice appears in all copies and
- that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in
- supporting documentation. Kevin Atkinson makes no representations
- about the suitability of this array for any purpose. It is provided
- "as is" without express or implied warranty.
-
-Alan Beale <biljir@pobox.com> also deserves special credit as he has,
-in addition to providing the 12Dicts package and being a major
-contributor to the ENABLE word list, given me an incredible amount of
-feedback and created a number of special lists (those found in the
-Supplement) in order to help improve the overall quality of SCOWL.
-
-The 10 level includes the 1000 most common English words (according to
-the Moby (TM) Words II [MWords] package), a subset of the 1000 most
-common words on the Internet (again, according to Moby Words II), and
-frequently class 16 from Brian Kelk's "UK English Wordlist
-with Frequency Classification".
-
-The MWords package was explicitly placed in the public domain:
-
- The Moby lexicon project is complete and has
- been place into the public domain. Use, sell,
- rework, excerpt and use in any way on any platform.
-
- Placing this material on internal or public servers is
- also encouraged. The compiler is not aware of any
- export restrictions so freely distribute world-wide.
-
- You can verify the public domain status by contacting
-
- Grady Ward
- 3449 Martha Ct.
- Arcata, CA 95521-4884
-
- grady@netcom.com
- grady@northcoast.com
-
-The "UK English Wordlist With Frequency Classification" is also in the
-Public Domain:
-
- Date: Sat, 08 Jul 2000 20:27:21 +0100
- From: Brian Kelk <Brian.Kelk@cl.cam.ac.uk>
-
- > I was wondering what the copyright status of your "UK English
- > Wordlist With Frequency Classification" word list as it seems to
- > be lacking any copyright notice.
-
- There were many many sources in total, but any text marked
- "copyright" was avoided. Locally-written documentation was one
- source. An earlier version of the list resided in a filespace called
- PUBLIC on the University mainframe, because it was considered public
- domain.
-
- Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2000 19:31:34 +0100
-
- > So are you saying your word list is also in the public domain?
-
- That is the intention.
-
-The 20 level includes frequency classes 7-15 from Brian's word list.
-
-The 35 level includes frequency classes 2-6 and words appearing in at
-least 11 of 12 dictionaries as indicated in the 12Dicts package. All
-words from the 12Dicts package have had likely inflections added via
-my inflection database.
-
-The 12Dicts package and Supplement is in the Public Domain.
-
-The WordNet database, which was used in the creation of the
-Inflections database, is under the following copyright:
-
- This software and database is being provided to you, the LICENSEE,
- by Princeton University under the following license. By obtaining,
- using and/or copying this software and database, you agree that you
- have read, understood, and will comply with these terms and
- conditions.:
-
- Permission to use, copy, modify and distribute this software and
- database and its documentation for any purpose and without fee or
- royalty is hereby granted, provided that you agree to comply with
- the following copyright notice and statements, including the
- disclaimer, and that the same appear on ALL copies of the software,
- database and documentation, including modifications that you make
- for internal use or for distribution.
-
- WordNet 1.6 Copyright 1997 by Princeton University. All rights
- reserved.
-
- THIS SOFTWARE AND DATABASE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND PRINCETON
- UNIVERSITY MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
- IMPLIED. BY WAY OF EXAMPLE, BUT NOT LIMITATION, PRINCETON
- UNIVERSITY MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF MERCHANT-
- ABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR THAT THE USE OF THE
- LICENSED SOFTWARE, DATABASE OR DOCUMENTATION WILL NOT INFRINGE ANY
- THIRD PARTY PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, TRADEMARKS OR OTHER RIGHTS.
-
- The name of Princeton University or Princeton may not be used in
- advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the software
- and/or database. Title to copyright in this software, database and
- any associated documentation shall at all times remain with
- Princeton University and LICENSEE agrees to preserve same.
-
-The 40 level includes words from Alan's 3esl list found in version 4.0
-of his 12dicts package. Like his other stuff the 3esl list is also in the
-public domain.
-
-The 50 level includes Brian's frequency class 1, words appearing
-in at least 5 of 12 of the dictionaries as indicated in the 12Dicts
-package, and uppercase words in at least 4 of the previous 12
-dictionaries. A decent number of proper names is also included: The
-top 1000 male, female, and Last names from the 1990 Census report; a
-list of names sent to me by Alan Beale; and a few names that I added
-myself. Finally a small list of abbreviations not commonly found in
-other word lists is included.
-
-The name files form the Census report is a government document which I
-don't think can be copyrighted.
-
-The file special-jargon.50 uses common.lst and word.lst from the
-"Unofficial Jargon File Word Lists" which is derived from "The Jargon
-File". All of which is in the Public Domain. This file also contain
-a few extra UNIX terms which are found in the file "unix-terms" in the
-special/ directory.
-
-The 55 level includes words from Alan's 2of4brif list found in version
-4.0 of his 12dicts package. Like his other stuff the 2of4brif is also
-in the public domain.
-
-The 60 level includes all words appearing in at least 2 of the 12
-dictionaries as indicated by the 12Dicts package.
-
-The 70 level includes Brian's frequency class 0 and the 74,550 common
-dictionary words from the MWords package. The common dictionary words,
-like those from the 12Dicts package, have had all likely inflections
-added. The 70 level also included the 5desk list from version 4.0 of
-the 12Dics package which is in the public domain.
-
-The 80 level includes the ENABLE word list, all the lists in the
-ENABLE supplement package (except for ABLE), the "UK Advanced Cryptics
-Dictionary" (UKACD), the list of signature words from the YAWL package,
-and the 10,196 places list from the MWords package.
-
-The ENABLE package, mainted by M\Cooper <thegrendel@theriver.com>,
-is in the Public Domain:
-
- The ENABLE master word list, WORD.LST, is herewith formally released
- into the Public Domain. Anyone is free to use it or distribute it in
- any manner they see fit. No fee or registration is required for its
- use nor are "contributions" solicited (if you feel you absolutely
- must contribute something for your own peace of mind, the authors of
- the ENABLE list ask that you make a donation on their behalf to your
- favorite charity). This word list is our gift to the Scrabble
- community, as an alternate to "official" word lists. Game designers
- may feel free to incorporate the WORD.LST into their games. Please
- mention the source and credit us as originators of the list. Note
- that if you, as a game designer, use the WORD.LST in your product,
- you may still copyright and protect your product, but you may *not*
- legally copyright or in any way restrict redistribution of the
- WORD.LST portion of your product. This *may* under law restrict your
- rights to restrict your users' rights, but that is only fair.
-
-UKACD, by J Ross Beresford <ross@bryson.demon.co.uk>, is under the
-following copyright:
-
- Copyright (c) J Ross Beresford 1993-1999. All Rights Reserved.
-
- The following restriction is placed on the use of this publication:
- if The UK Advanced Cryptics Dictionary is used in a software package
- or redistributed in any form, the copyright notice must be
- prominently displayed and the text of this document must be included
- verbatim.
-
- There are no other restrictions: I would like to see the list
- distributed as widely as possible.
-
-The 95 level includes the 354,984 single words, 256,772 compound
-words, 4,946 female names and the 3,897 male names, and 21,986 names
-from the MWords package, ABLE.LST from the ENABLE Supplement, and some
-additional words found in my part-of-speech database that were not
-found anywhere else.
-
-Accent information was taken from UKACD.
-
-The VarCon package was used to create the American, British, Canadian,
-and Australian word list. It is under the following copyright:
-
- Copyright 2000-2016 by Kevin Atkinson
-
- Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this array, the
- associated software, and its documentation for any purpose is hereby
- granted without fee, provided that the above copyright notice appears
- in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission
- notice appear in supporting documentation. Kevin Atkinson makes no
- representations about the suitability of this array for any
- purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
-
- Copyright 2016 by Benjamin Titze
-
- Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this array, the
- associated software, and its documentation for any purpose is hereby
- granted without fee, provided that the above copyright notice appears
- in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission
- notice appear in supporting documentation. Benjamin Titze makes no
- representations about the suitability of this array for any
- purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
-
- Since the original words lists come from the Ispell distribution:
-
- Copyright 1993, Geoff Kuenning, Granada Hills, CA
- All rights reserved.
-
- Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
- modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
- are met:
-
- 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright
- notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
- 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright
- notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
- documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
- 3. All modifications to the source code must be clearly marked as
- such. Binary redistributions based on modified source code
- must be clearly marked as modified versions in the documentation
- and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
- (clause 4 removed with permission from Geoff Kuenning)
- 5. The name of Geoff Kuenning may not be used to endorse or promote
- products derived from this software without specific prior
- written permission.
-
- THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY GEOFF KUENNING AND CONTRIBUTORS ``AS IS'' AND
- ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE
- IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
- ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL GEOFF KUENNING OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE
- FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
- DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS
- OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
- HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
- LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
- OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
- SUCH DAMAGE.
-
-Build Date: Mon Apr 16 22:13:58 EDT 2018
-Wordlist Command: mk-list --accents=strip en_US 60
Index: Scribus/resources/dicts/README_hyph_en_GB.txt
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+hyph_en_GB.dic - British English hyphenation patterns for OpenOffice.org
+
+version 2011-10-07
+
+- remove unnecessary parts for Hyphen 2.8.2
+
+version 2010-03-16
+
+Changes
+
+- forbid hyphenation at 1-character distances from dashes (eg. ad=d-on)
+ and at the dashes (fix for OpenOffice.org 3.2)
+- UTF-8 encoding and corrected hyphenation for words with Unicode f ligatures
+ (conversion scripts: see Hyphen 2.6)
+
+version 2009-01-23
+
+Changes
+
+- add missing \hyphenation list (how-ever, through-out etc.)
+- set correct LEFTHYPHENMIN = 2, RIGHTHYPHENMIN = 3
+- handle apostrophes (forbid *can='t, *abaser='s, *o'c=lock etc.)
+- set COMPOUNDLEFTHYPHENMIN, COMPOUNDRIGHTHYPHENMIN values
+
+License
+
+BSD-style. Unlimited copying, redistribution and modification of this file
+is permitted with this copyright and license information.
+
+British English hyphenation patterns, based on "ukhyphen.tex" Version 1.0a
+Created by Dominik Wujastyk and Graham Toal using Frank Liang's PATGEN 1.0,
+source: http://ctan.org
+
+See original ukhyphen.tex license in this file, too.
+
+Conversion and modifications by László Németh (nemeth at OOo).
+
+Conversion:
+
+./substrings.pl hyph_en_GB.dic.source /tmp/hyph_en_GB.dic.patterns >/dev/null
+cat hyph_en_GB.dic.header /tmp/hyph_en_GB.dic.patterns >hyph_en_GB.dic
+
+hyph_en_GB.dic.header:
+
+ISO8859-1
+LEFTHYPHENMIN 2
+RIGHTHYPHENMIN 3
+COMPOUNDLEFTHYPHENMIN 2
+COMPOUNDRIGHTHYPHENMIN 3
+1'.
+1's.
+1't.
+NEXTLEVEL
+
+OpenOffice.org ukhyphen patch (hyph_en_GB.dic.source):
+
+--- ukhyphen.tex 2008-12-17 15:37:04.000000000 +0100
++++ hyph_en_GB.dic.source 2008-12-18 10:07:02.000000000 +0100
+@@ -52,7 +52,6 @@
+ %
+ % These patterns require a value of about 14000 for TeX's pattern memory size.
+ %
+-\patterns{ % just type <return> if you're not using INITEX
+ .ab4i
+ .ab3ol
+ .ace4
+@@ -8580,13 +8579,64 @@
+ z3zie
+ zzo3
+ z5zot
+-}
+-\hyphenation{ % Do NOT make any alterations to this list! --- DW
+-uni-ver-sity
+-uni-ver-sit-ies
+-how-ever
+-ma-nu-script
+-ma-nu-scripts
+-re-ci-pro-city
+-through-out
+-some-thing}
++.uni5ver5sity.
++.uni5ver5sit5ies.
++.how5ever.
++.ma5nu5script.
++.ma5nu5scripts.
++.re5ci5pro5city.
++.through5out.
++.some5thing.
++4'4
++4a'
++4b'
++4c'
++4d'
++4e'
++4f'
++4g'
++4h'
++4i'
++4j'
++4k'
++4l'
++4m'
++4n'
++4o'
++4p'
++4q'
++4r'
++4s'
++4t'
++4u'
++4v'
++4w'
++4x'
++4y'
++4z'
++'a4
++'b4
++'c4
++'d4
++'e4
++'f4
++'g4
++'h4
++'i4
++'j4
++'k4
++'l4
++'m4
++'n4
++'o4
++'p4
++'q4
++'r4
++'s4
++'t4
++'u4
++'v4
++'w4
++'x4
++'y4
++'z4
+
+Original License
+
+% File: ukhyphen.tex
+% TeX hyphenation patterns for UK English
+
+% Unlimited copying and redistribution of this file
+% is permitted so long as the file is not modified
+% in any way.
+%
+% Modifications may be made for private purposes (though
+% this is discouraged, as it could result in documents
+% hyphenating differently on different systems) but if
+% such modifications are re-distributed, the modified
+% file must not be capable of being confused with the
+% original. In particular, this means
+%
+%(a) the filename (the portion before the extension, if any)
+% must not match any of :
+%
+% UKHYPH UK-HYPH
+% UKHYPHEN UK-HYPHEN
+% UKHYPHENS UK-HYPHENS
+% UKHYPHENATION UK-HYPHENATION
+% UKHYPHENISATION UK-HYPHENISATION
+% UKHYPHENIZATION UK-HYPHENIZATION
+%
+% regardless of case, and
+%
+%(b) the file must contain conditions identical to these,
+% except that the modifier/distributor may, if he or she
+% wishes, augment the list of proscribed filenames.
+
+% $Log: ukhyph.tex $
+% Revision 2.0 1996/09/10 15:04:04 ucgadkw
+% o added list of hyphenation exceptions at the end of this file.
+%
+%
+% Version 1.0a. Released 18th October 2005/PT.
+%
+% Created by Dominik Wujastyk and Graham Toal using Frank Liang's PATGEN 1.0.
+% Like the US patterns, these UK patterns correctly hyphenate about 90% of
+% the words in the input list, and produce no hyphens not in the list
+% (see TeXbook pp. 451--2).
+%
+% These patterns are based on a file of 114925 British-hyphenated words
+% generously made available to Dominik Wujastyk by Oxford University Press.
+% This list of words is copyright to the OUP and may not be redistributed.
+% The hyphenation break points in the words in the abovementioned file is
+% also copyright to the OUP.
+%
+% We are very grateful to Oxford University Press for allowing us to use
+% their list of hyphenated words to produce the following TeX hyphenation
+% patterns. This file of hyphenation patterns may be freely distributed.
+%
+% These patterns require a value of about 14000 for TeX's pattern memory size.
+%
Index: Scribus/resources/dicts/README_hyph_en_US.txt
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--- Scribus/resources/dicts/README_hyph_en_US.txt (nonexistent)
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+hyph_en_US.dic - American English hyphenation patterns for OpenOffice.org
+
+version 2011-10-07
+
+- remove unnecessary parts for the new Hyphen 2.8.2
+
+version 2010-03-16
+
+Changes
+
+- forbid hyphenation at 1-character distances from dashes (eg. ad=d-on)
+ and at the dashes (fix for OpenOffice.org 3.2)
+- set correct LEFTHYPHENMIN = 2, RIGHTHYPHENMIN = 3
+- handle apostrophes (forbid *o'=clock etc.)
+- set COMPOUNDLEFTHYPHENMIN, COMPOUNDRIGHTHYPHENMIN values
+- UTF-8 encoding
+- Unicode ligature support
+
+License
+
+BSD-style. Unlimited copying, redistribution and modification of this file
+is permitted with this copyright and license information.
+
+See original license in this file.
+
+Conversion and modifications by László Németh (nemeth at OOo).
+
+Based on the plain TeX hyphenation table
+(http://tug.ctan.org/text-archive/macros/plain/base/hyphen.tex) and
+the TugBoat hyphenation exceptions log in
+http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/info/digests/tugboat/tb0hyf.tex, processed
+by the hyphenex.sh script (see in the same directory).
+
+Originally developed and distributed with the Hyphen hyphenation library,
+see http://hunspell.sourceforge.net/ for the source files and the conversion
+scripts.
+
+Licenses
+
+hyphen.tex:
+% The Plain TeX hyphenation tables [NOT TO BE CHANGED IN ANY WAY!]
+% Unlimited copying and redistribution of this file are permitted as long
+% as this file is not modified. Modifications are permitted, but only if
+% the resulting file is not named hyphen.tex.
+
+output of hyphenex.sh:
+% Hyphenation exceptions for US English, based on hyphenation exception
+% log articles in TUGboat.
+%
+% Copyright 2007 TeX Users Group.
+% You may freely use, modify and/or distribute this file.
+%
+% This is an automatically generated file. Do not edit!
+%
+% Please contact the TUGboat editorial staff <tugboat@tug.org>
+% for corrections and omissions.
+
+hyph_en_US.txt:
+See the previous licenses.