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Goodrich of Yale, published a revised edition of the earlier work. Therefore a good Sanskrit to Assamese dictionary is also necessary and as I understand the Gauhati University Coordination Committee for Text-book Production is engaged in the compilation of such a dictionary. perhaps to a greater extent than other languages. The dictionary contains more than 100,000 entries. Ultralingua French-English Dictionary - French-English / English-French Dictionary for your Mac from Ultralingua.

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