[Corpora-List] Turkish lexical database

Messer, M.H. (Marielle) M.H.Messer at fss.uu.nl
Fri Mar 25 12:20:18 CET 2005


Dear Sir/Madam,

In search for a Turkish lexical database I came to the address of LDC,
who directed me to your address (see the e-mail below). For my research
on school language development of Turkish immigrant children in The
Netherlands I want to create tasks with Turkish words and non-words, to
test the phonological working memory of the children. To create these
tasks, I need information about word and phoneme frequencies in the
Turkish language. For the Dutch language we make use of CELEX, but for
the Turkish language I have no idea whether such databases exist, or any
frequencielists whatsoever.

I am looking for:
a large reliable lexical database, similar to celex.
including: a list of Turkish word lemmata, their lengt, and their log
frequency per million.
In the format:
10\kerkganger 0.3010
12\kerkgangster 0.0000
10\kerkgebouw 0.3010
15\kerkgenootschap 0.9031

Do you maybe have access to such a database, or knowledge about its
existence? Or any frequencylists in Turkish?

Thank you very much in advance,
Kind regards,

Marielle Messer

M.H. Messer phd
University of Utrecht
Faculty of Social Sciences
Pedagogiks
PoBox 80140
3508 TC Utrecht
The Netherlands
tel: 0031-(0)30-2539744


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Van: Linguistic Data Consortium [mailto:ldc at ldc.upenn.edu]
Verzonden: maandag 21 maart 2005 21:05
Aan: Messer, M.H. (Marielle)
Onderwerp: Re: Turkish lexical database


Hi Marielle,

Thank you for contacting the LDC. Unfortunately, we do not distribute
such a database. You may want to try posting your question to the
corpora list:

corpora at hd.uib.no

Good luck,

Ilya




Ilya Ahtaridis
Membership Coordinator

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