The Japanese Dictionary Files for Jim Breen's EDICT Project

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The EDICT file is the outcome of a voluntary project to produce a
freely available Japanese-English Dictionary in machine readable form.
This project has been under way since early 1991, beginning with the
small original file included with the MOKE (Mark's Own Kanji Editor)
Japanese word processing package. It had reached a size of nearly
103,000 entries when it was split into two files: EDICT containing the
"normal" dictionary entries, and ENAMDICT containing names. Both files
are used by a number of software packages and thousands of users
worldwide. The EDICT file now has over 60,000 entries and the ENAMDICT
file has over 160,000 entries.

Meanwhile, there are also some additional dictionary files for special
purposes, COMPDIC, for example, for words from the computing and
communication field.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed
JMdict.gz 0021064759 20.1 MB 0000000214 214 Bytes
edict.changes 0000008049 7.86 KB
edict.gz 0006625482 6.32 MB
edict.spec 0000005373 5.25 KB
edict2u.gz 0007470634 7.12 MB
enamdict.gz 0007710415 7.35 MB
kanjd212.gz 0000201858 197 KB
kanjd213u.gz 0000028215 27.6 KB
kanjidic.gz 0000566122 553 KB
kanjidic2.xml.gz 0001488964 1.42 MB
kradfile.gz 0000047290 46.2 KB
licence.html 0000013149 12.8 KB
radkfile.gz 0000040887 39.9 KB
skip_permission.htm 0000005904 5.77 KB
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