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The [https://archive.org/details/essaytowardsadi01tshgoog first Tibetan–European language dictionary] was written in 1834 by Hungarian Sándor Kőrösi Csoma (1784–1842).<ref name="First Tibetan Dictionary" />  Linguist Heinrich August Jäschke formed a the Moravian mission in 1857 in Ladakh.  During this time, he wrote [https://archive.org/details/TibetanGrammarByH.A.Jschke Tibetan Grammar] and [https://archive.org/details/tibetanenglishdi00jsuoft A Tibetan–English Dictionary].<ref name="Tibetan Grammer" />
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The [https://archive.org/details/essaytowardsadi01tshgoog first Tibetan–European language dictionary] was written in 1834 by Hungarian Sándor Kőrösi Csoma (1784–1842).<ref name="First Tibetan Dictionary" />  Linguist Heinrich August Jäschke formed a the Moravian mission in 1857 in Ladakh.  During this time, he wrote [https://archive.org/details/TibetanGrammarByH.A.Jschke Tibetan Grammar] and [https://archive.org/details/tibetanenglishdi00jsuoft A Tibetan–English Dictionary].<ref name="Tibetan Grammer" /> There are a number of [http://www.mongols.eu/tibetan-language/tibetan-english-online-dictionary/ Tibetan online dictionaries].
  
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==Tibetan-English Translations==
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This [www.gsungrab.org/en/books.php Bible translation] may be useful.  Wikipedia also has a page devoted to [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bible_translations_into_Tibetan Tibetan bible translation].  Furthermore, there are [https://www.penguin.co.uk/books/35600/the-tibetan-book-of-the-dead/ full English translations] of Bardo Thödol, the Tibetan book of the dead.  I'm having trouble finding a Tibetan version, but I'm sure it exists somewhere on the Internet.
  
  

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Tibetan Language Page

Tibetan-English Dictionaries

The first Tibetan–European language dictionary was written in 1834 by Hungarian Sándor Kőrösi Csoma (1784–1842).[1] Linguist Heinrich August Jäschke formed a the Moravian mission in 1857 in Ladakh. During this time, he wrote Tibetan Grammar and A Tibetan–English Dictionary.[2] There are a number of Tibetan online dictionaries.

Tibetan-English Translations

This [www.gsungrab.org/en/books.php Bible translation] may be useful. Wikipedia also has a page devoted to Tibetan bible translation. Furthermore, there are full English translations of Bardo Thödol, the Tibetan book of the dead. I'm having trouble finding a Tibetan version, but I'm sure it exists somewhere on the Internet.


Tibetan spellchecker

A Microsoft Visual Basic macro spellchecker for Tibetan language in Microsoft Word. GNU General Public License (GNU GPL)

A Classical Tibetan syllable spellchecker for Hunspell. Creative Commons Zero v1.0 Universal


Tibetan keyboard layout

An online Tibetan keyboard

References

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