Malay Concordance Project

(25 September 2013)  The Southeast Asia Library Group reports that the Malay Concordance Project  aims to help scholars to share resources for the study of classical Malay literature. Its main feature is a growing corpus of classical Malay texts, now comprising 165 texts and 5.8 million words, including 140,000 verses. These texts can be searched online to provide useful information about:  contexts in which words are used; where particular terms or names occur in texts; and patterns of morphology and syntax.

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