OneLook

Onelook provides links for 19 dictionaries!

Dictionary.com - its name says it all.  It has translates text and web pages, has crosswords and games too.  And if you need help a rhyme try the The Semantic Rhyming Dictionary From CMU.  A regular dictionary, a jargon dictionary, writing guide and links to other languages

Go to MSN Home Encarta
MSN's Encarta Dictionary orally pronounces the word (via a WAV

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  Dictionary

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Wikipedia is a multilingual project to create a complete and accurate free content encyclopedia.
Wikipedia

Want to check a definition or use a thesaurus?
Merriam Webster is a standard Merriam Webster
The site has some word games and fun stuff too.
Or make sure you're using proper grammar.


Librarian Index to the Internet
(really a directory/search engine)

Translate from <---> Too many languages (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese or Japanese)

Langenberg.Com -- Search and Get There Faster Langenburg has Dictionary, Rhyming, Crossword Puzzle Solver, Scrabble, Quotations, Thesaurus, Anagrams & Pig Latin

Yahoo! Education
Yahoo! Reference links to:
American HeritageŽ Dictionary, American HeritageŽ Spanish Dictionary, Roget's II Thesaurus, Britannica Concise, World Factbook, Gray's Anatomy ,The Oxford Shakespeare, Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, Weights and Measures

The Internet Archive has old web sites.  See how you favorite site looked 4 years ago.  Also some great films.

Refdesk
Reference Desk has it all including word of the day from several dictionary sites

MIT Libraries

Virtual Reference Collection
points to all sorts or references

LibDex - The Library Index
Index of Libraries
worldwide

Encyclopedia.com welcomes you
Encyclopedia.com

Computer terms

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Bucknell Univ.'s
page that provides links to more than 800 dictionaries in 160 different languages

Javascipt page

Missed a crossword puzzle?  Find it here

Margin: Exploring Modern Magical RealismI found Margin because I heard this wonderful short story "The 5:22" on NPR and wanted to read it.
 
Thank youThank you, hello, good morning, good afternoon, good evening and good night, how are you?, welcome, goodbye, please, what is your name?, my name is..., do you speak English?, yes, no, and I don't understand in 465 languages.

Look up at Web term?

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QuestIA
has full text of 70,00 books.

Library Spot
Library Spot has all the things you would find in the reference section of a library: Dictionaries, Maps, Quotes, Phone Books, and more and more


Netlingo
has lots of well defined terms.

 This is part of Notre Dame Women's College of Kyoto (Japan) English Vocabulary Assistant.  Several tools, WordNet is the one I use.  Home: Infoplease.com Infoplease is great for homework


the Glossarist points to web sites that have dictionaries specializing in whatever you choose.

Replacement GAME RULES

A collection of 400! links to free game rules on the Web

Welcome to the 50states.com web site. The number one link resource for states research. Thanks for visiting. Tell two friends.50states has lots of info Return to NETSTATE.COM home page.Netstates has more state facts