LatMor


What is LatMor?

LatMor is a comprehensive Latin finite-state morphology which provides information about the lemma (with vowel length information) and morphosyntactic features of a word form.

Here is an example analysis of LatMor for the word "malo":

malle<V><pres><ind><active><sg><1>
malum<N><neut><sg><dat>
malum<N><neut><sg><abl>
malus<ADJ><positive><masc><sg><dat>
malus<ADJ><positive><masc><sg><abl>
malus<ADJ><positive><neut><sg><dat>
malus<ADJ><positive><neut><sg><abl>
malus<N><masc><sg><dat>
malus<N><masc><sg><abl>
malus<N><fem><sg><dat>
malus<N><fem><sg><abl>

License

Creative Commons License
LatMor is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Before using LatMor for commercial purposes, you must purchase a license.

Download

LatMor (compiled transducers)

list of morphological tags used by LatMor

Installation

Unpack the archive downloaded above and follow the instructions in the README file.

Developers

Uwe Springmann, Helmut Schmid and Dietmar Najock

Publications

Please cite the following publication in order to refer to the LatMor morphology:

Uwe Springmann, Helmut Schmid, and Dietmar Najock: LatMor: A Latin Finite-State Morphology Encoding Vowel Quantity Open Linguistics, to appear.



Please send comments, suggestions and bug reports to Helmut Schmid at LastName@cis.uni-muenchen.de. (Insert the name into the email address.)