| The "Glossary Post List" could be useful || Dec 14, 2002 |
I don\'t think that you belong to the Glosspost list (on yahoo group), as I have not seen your inquiry come through on there.
I would therefore strongly suggest that you sign-up for the \"Glossary Post List\" (It is free & sponsored by Proz!) on yahoo groups by sending an empty email message to:
\"GlossPost is a list for translators, interpreters, terminologists and technical writers. Here you can post the URLs of any interesting glossaries or dictionaries found on the Internet, whether monolingual, bilingual or multilingual.
We welcome postings and requests for URLs of any industry-specific glossaries such as Banking, Biochemistry, Pay-TV, housing, telecommunications...\"
A quick search in the archives just now gave me the following results:
lang: EN, NL, DE, FR, NO, SV, IT, ES
kwd: Animals, dogs, breed, race, English, Dutch,German, French, Norwegian,
Swedish, Italian, Spanish
cmt: International Dog terms Glossary:
As well as:
lang: DE, EN, FR, SV, FI
kwd: dog terms, dog anatomy, dog features, muzzle, dewlap, crest of neck,
groin, hindfoot with toes, breed description, dogs
cmt: [ME] Illustrated. Tabled glossary. Excellent material for translating
The only listing (in the archives) specifically on dog breeding was for EN-CZ only:
lang: EN>CZ (English>Czech)
kwd: dog, canine, breeding, showing, cynology
cmt: English Czech glossary of dog breeding and showing terms
So feel free to post a request to the list (GlossPost@yahoogroups.com) after you have been subscribed, and you will most likely get an answer - the members of Glosspost have tremendous resources!
I hope this helps you a little bit
Have a great weekend!
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