This resource presents an attempt to link the large amount of different concept lists which are used in the linguistic literature, ranging from Swadesh lists in historical linguistics to naming tests in clinical studies and psycholinguistics. (...) This resource, our Concepticon, links concept labels from different conceptlists to concept sets. Each concept set is given a unique identifier, a unique label, and a human-readable definition. Concept sets are further structured by defining different relations between the concepts (...). The resource can be used for various purposes.

Gale Language Thesaurus

The Gale Language Thesaurus is a subset of the master Gale Humanities Thesaurus. This thesaurus includes terms related to writing, linguistics, individual world languages, grammar, speech, signs and symbols, rhetoric, philology, onomasiology (naming), semantics, and lexicology. All thesaural relationships (BT/NT, RT, USE/UF) are included, and some terms have scope notes. The thesaurus contains 757 preferred terms/concepts (2019) and is continually updated.

Dictionnaire du Moyen Français (1330-1500)

"La solution la plus simple pour rechercher un mot dans le dictionnaire est d'utiliser le formulaire situé sur la page d'accueil. Taper le mot ou une forme dans la case sans se préoccuper des entrées du DMF : des propositions s'afficheront. Si la forme est connue du DMF, la réponse s'affiche rapidement. Sinon, il y a un temps d'attente, le lemmatiseur analyse la forme pour vous faire des propositions d'entrées. Des options permettent de rechercher l'attestation de la forme dans les corpus, de proposer une analyse si la forme est connue comme une graphie verbale.

The easiest way to search for a word in the dictionary is to use the form located on the homepage. Type the word or form in the box without worrying about DMF entries: proposals will be displayed. If the form is known to the DMF, the answer is displayed quickly. Otherwise, there is a waiting time, the lemmatizer analyzes the form to make proposals for entries. Options make it possible to search for the attestation of the form in the corpora, to propose an analysis if the form is known like a verbal graph.

Controlled Vocabularies for the Asset Description Metadata Schema

"SKOS, the Simple Knowledge Organisation System, is a common data model for sharing controlled vocabularies such as code lists, thesauri, and taxonomies via the Web in a machine-readable format. Recently, six new controlled vocabularies, specified as part of the Asset Description Metadata Schema v1.00 (ADMS), have been published on the Web using the SKOS vocabulary.
The Asset Description Metadata Schema (v1.00) (ADMS) proposes six new controlled vocabularies (...), and specifies for each vocabulary and term corresponding term URIs (...):