Oxford Global Languages

What is the Oxford Global Languages programme 
Oxford Global Languages (OGL) is a major initiative from Oxford Dictionaries which aims to build lexical resources for 100 of the world’s languages and make them available online.

Thanks to OGL, large quantities of quality lexical information for a wide range of languages are now available in a single, linked repository for use by speakers, learners, and developers.

OGL aims to transform the experience of millions of people worldwide by making their language available in digital form – on websites, in apps, and via other tools.

OGL records how living languages, including their variants and dialects, are used today. The result is a vast data store of language data that is accessible, linked, and reusable.

OGL launched its first two language sites, isiZulu and Northern Sotho, in 2015, followed by Malay, Urdu, Setswana, Indonesian, Romanian, Latvian, Hindi, and Swahili. Many more will be added over the next few years.
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Note: the original lexical content of the site comes from a Botswana Setswana dictionary, by Prof. Thapelo J. Otlogetswe. However we encourage and welcome contributions of speakers of all variations of Setswana.

Maikutlo le tshedimosetso e e mo mekwalong le dikakgelo tsa OxfordWords ga go reye gore ke maikutlo le megopolo ya Oxford University Press.

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