Lexica: Sanskrit, Tibetan and English
Lexica provides definitions from two Sanskrit-Tibetan word lists and a Sanskrit-English dictionary. Three lexical databases are currently available - the Mahāvyutpatti, Yogācārabhūmi and Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary - and ten different search strategies.
Update (23 July 2013): Windows users can now use Fantasdic to search DICT dictionaries on the Indica et Buddhica server or dictionaries downloaded onto their computer hard drives. Mac users may like to use OmniDictionary. For details please see: How to search the New DICT Monier-Williams Dictionary.
† A \\ Sanskrit-English Dictionary by Sir Monier Monier-Williams \\ Indica et Buddhica Dictionary Server Protocol (DICT) Version 0.3 RC1 \\ Conversion to DICT from Cologne Source version by \\ Richard Mahoney \\ Indica et Buddhica \\ Oxford, North Canterbury \\ 2008. See: 1.) Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries : This web page provides access to some of the Sanskrit lexicons prepared by the Institute of Indology and Tamil Studies, Cologne University; 2.) Marking Monier: Current state of digitized Monier-Williams Dictionary , by Jim Funderburk, Honesdale, Pennsylvania & Thomas Malten, University of Cologne (May, 2008); and 3.) Cologne Digital Sanskrit Dictionaries: Downloads : MONIER2008.ALL forms the basis for the current Indica et Buddhica DICT version. The author would like to express his deep gratitude to Dr Thomas Malten for kindly permitting a new release of the DICT version based on the most recent version of the Cologne source file.