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The following sites have links to Australian language lexicons:
- Australian Indigenous language resources: AIATSIS, 'a collection of language resources in various formats: print, audio, CDs, DVDs and online.'
- ASEDA catalogue: AIATSIS.
- The Flint Papers: the University of Queensland.
- The World Wide Web Virtual Library Aboriginal Languages of Australia, editor David Nathan.
- Wangka Maya Language Centre: "record, analyse, transcribe and preserve records of the Pilbara’s Indigenous languages and to promote the use of languages".
- Online lexicons of Australian languages: compiled by David Nash, last updated September 2010.
Links to online lexicons or glossaries of specific languages:
- Arrernte picture vocabulary
- Awaba / Awabakal: page images, and OCR version, of An Australian Language as Spoken by the Awabakal, the people of Awaba or Lake Macquarie (near Newcastle, New South Wales)... by L E Threlkeld (1858) including Appendices on Minyug, Narrinyeri Language, Languages of [Southwest] W. Australia, Wirradhuri, and Kamilaroi Sayings.
- Burarra-English Interactive Dictionary: "consists of approximately 4000 headwords collected by Kathleen and David Glasgow. The dictionary was previously published by the Summer Institute of Linguistics in 1994. Semantic categories have also been added to assist electronic searches."
- Bayungu dictionary: "the language of the Bayungu people of Western Australia .... classified by researchers as a Pama-Nyungan language belonging to the Ganyara group".
- Glossary of Eulayhi (Yuwaalaraay), appended to Australian Legendary Tales, collected by K Langloh Parker.
- Gamilaraay and Yuwaalaraay resources
- Gupapuyŋu Interactive Dictionary
- Ngadjonji Glossary
- Uw Oykangand and Uw Olkola Multimedia Dictionary
- Wagiman online dictionary
- Interactive Warlpiri-English dictionary, with English-Warlpiri finder list, 2nd edition, 2012.
- Yanyuwa wuka: Yanyuwa dictionary and cultural resource, some files may be inaccessible until you login with UQ eSpace credentials.
- Yolŋu Marta Dictionary of Anatomy: Dhäruk Mala ga Mayali' Rumbalpuy — written in English and Yolŋu Matha of northeast Arnhem Land.
- Yuwaalaraay and Gamilaraay resources.