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At this point in time, OSLIN is available in the languages mentioned below. There are several more languages currently under development: Spanish, English, Dutch, Mirandes, and Asturian. However, the data for these languages are not yet developed far enough for distribution. People interested in developing an OSLIN for additional languages, please contact the author.
The Portuguese lexicon was the first to be developed, at the ILTEC institute in Lisbon, Portugal. Recently, the vocabulário has been turned into a normative vocabulary for Portuguese that is providing the spelling used by, amongst others, the Portuguese press institute (Lusa), and the national broadcase company (RTP). Apart from the basic lexicon and inflection, the database contains a wide range of information, including dictionaries of demonyms, deverbals nouns, syllabification, and loanwords. Furthermore, the site provides a collection of legal texts and other information pertinent to the Portuguese language.
The Catalan lexicon is one of the largest lexica for Catalan, providing data for both the variant from Catalunya, and the variant from Valencia (also called Valencian).
The Spanish lexicon is a large-scale lexicon which includes the nomenclature of the dictionary of the Real Academia Española.
The current Russian database provides primarily information about verbal aspect, and was developed by Olga Borik (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) and Maarten Janssen (Universitat Pompeu Fabra). The inflected lexicon for Russian is still under development, and currently looking for collaborators to develop it further.