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Trésor de la langue française

for other uses, see: Trésor de la langue française au Québec

Le trésor de la langue française: dictionnaire de la langue du XIXe et du XXe siècle (1789–1960) (TLF) is a 16-volume dictionary of 19th- and 20th-century French published by the Centre de Recherche pour un Trésor de la Langue Française from 1971 to 1994. Its electronic edition, Le Trésor de la langue française informatisé (TLFi) is available on CD-ROM and on the Web.

Statistics

  • 100,000 words
  • 270,000 definitions
  • 430,000 citations

Volumes

  • 1971 : vol. 1 - A-Affiner, CXXXIV-878
  • 1973 : vol. 2 - Affinerie-Anfractuosité, XIX-987
  • 1974 : vol. 3 - Ange-Badin, XXIV-1206 ISBN 2-222-01623-1
  • 1975 : vol. 4 - Badinage-Cage, XXIV-1166 ISBN 2-222-01714-9
  • 1977 : vol. 5 - Cageot-Constat, XXIV-1425 ISBN 2-222-01977-X
  • 1978 : vol. 6 - Constatation-Désobliger, XVI-1308 ISBN 2-222-02156-1
  • 1979 : vol. 7 - Désobstruer-Épicurisme, XXIII-1343 ISBN 2-222-02383-1
  • 1980 : vol. 8 - Épicycle-Fuyard, XIX-1364 ISBN 2-222-02670-9
  • 1981 : vol. 9 - G-Incarner, XVIII-1338 ISBN 2-222-03049-8
  • 1983 : vol. 10 - Incartade-Losangique, XXI-1381 ISBN 2-222-03269-5
  • 1985 : vol. 11 - Lot-Natalité, XVIII-1339 ISBN 2-07-077011-7
  • 1986 : vol. 12 - Natation-Pénétrer, XIX-1337 ISBN 2-07-077012-5
  • 1988 : vol. 13 - Pénible-Ptarmigan, XIX-1449 ISBN 2-07-077013-3
  • 1990 : vol. 14 - Ptère-Salaud, XVII-1451 ISBN 2-07-077014-1
  • 1992 : vol. 15 - Sale-Teindre, XVIII-1451 ISBN 2-07-077015-X
  • 1994 : vol. 16 - Teint-Zzz, XVIII-1452 ISBN 2-07-077016-8

External links

  • History of the TLF (in French)
  • The on-line edition
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