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Wiktionary INclusion Dates
WIND contains the inclusion dates of Wiktionary headwords in the dictionary nomenclature. WIND has been created by parsing the history dump of Wiktionary, which contains every version of all articles (stored after each individual contributor edition). Each entry of the resource has four fields:
  1. a written form
  2. the inclusion date of the written form (i.e. the creation date of the corresponding page/article in Wiktionary)
  3. a part of speech
  4. the creation date of the section corresponding to that POS
WIND is available for the English language edition of Wiktionary and the French language edition of Wiktionary, called Wiktionnaire.

Person in charge
Franck Sajous
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Some rights are reserved. WIND is available under a Creative Commons By-SA 3.0 license.

WIND is available as CSV files:
Would you use WIND, please cite this paper:
  • Franck Sajous, Basilio Calderone and Nabil Hathout (2020). ENGLAWI: From Human- to Machine-Readable Wiktionary. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2020), pp. 3016-3026, Marseille, France. [ PDF ] [ Bibtex ]