Current Version: 6 (1 OCT 2012)
A complete and detailed English — Proto-Indo-European dictionary from an Excel file is provided in two PDF files in A4 paper size:
- The Proto-Indo-European Lexicon (6.02 Mb), which offers detailed descriptions of the reconstructed PIE words and its correct usage (you can download it from mirror Google Drive)
- The Proto-Indo-European Etymology (8.41 Mb), which offers derivatives and relatives of the reconstructed PIE words in the different branches (you can download it from mirror Google Drive)
Also available for quick reference are the Indo-European Dictionary-Translator tool for Proto-Indo-European — English, English — Proto-Indo-European machine translation and dictionary reference tool. A Latin version (for a higher precision of the original meaning) is also available, and an automatic translation of the English meanings has been published in the German version .
For a detailed English — Proto-Indo-European, Indo-European — English dictionary and etymological notes though, check A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Third Edition, which includes all known derivatives of those words in the different attested early IE dialects or reconstructed proto-languages. A version for print (PDF) and an HTML version are available for read or download, included in the book’s Appendix II.
Indo-European word formation paradigm, demonstratives, pronouns
Up-to-date versions of these files are included in the latest edition of the Modern Indo-European Grammar
Please note: the first versions of these files, outdated, were released in 2009 and are displayed in Google Sites
Latest Revisions of the Indo-European lexicon
Please share your corrections and reviews in the corresponding forum thread
- 1 Oct 2012:: (v. 5) New words. additions and corrections to the old data.
- 3 May 2011:: (v. 4) New words. additions and corrections to the old data.
- 01 Oct 2009 :: (v. 3) New words. additions and corrections to the old data.
- 09 Jan 2009 :: (v. 2) Full revision of the vocabulary.