Look up any Wiktionary word in Cherokee, Inuktitut, Kartuli, Cree an inline frame with a simple click and without leaving the page.
Based on the Dictionary Look-up project, this app makes it possible to use Wiktionary to look up words in your own language when you are reading Facebook comments or reading any website. Most of the (possible) words don't exist in the Wiktionary but maybe this project will help
Cherokee 194,426 entries http://chr.wiktionary.org/wiki/Special:AllPages
Inuktitut 251 entries http://iu.wiktionary.org/wiki/Special:Statistics
Kartuli 7,363 entries http://ka.wiktionary.org/wiki/სპეციალური:სტატისტიკა
Plains Cree (incubation) 0 entries http://incubator.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wt/cr
(Add a request in a review if you want your language added).
Look up any word in an inline frame with a simple click and without leaving the page.
This extension that allows you to quickly look up definitions of words and phrases in a clean inline box. The definitions come from Wiktionary, but have been preprocessed to reduce formatting and provide faster lookup. Hold a modifier key (Alt on Windows, Command on Mac, Ctrl on Linux) and double-click or select any word to look it up - an inline box will open to the dictionary entry of that word, usually including examples, audio pronunciation and synonyms.
You can also lookup manually-entered queries using a shortcut which displays a small query form.
1. After installing, pages already open will not work for looking up - just refresh them and it'll be solved.
2. The Chrome Extensions Gallery pages don't allow lookup (or any on-page extensions) for security reasons.
3. This extension does not add a toolbar icon.
Created by Paul Davey, used as per the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license.
https://github.com/OpenSourceFieldlinguistics/DictionaryChromeExtension based on https://code.google.com/p/dict-lookup-chrome-ext/