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    I own a Treo 600 and my daughter a Treo 300, is there a dictionary that I can download to my laptop and then hotsync to both my Treo 300 and Treo 600

    In Appreciation

    Tom Lawson
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    Noah lite has 37,000 words and is free. I use MSmount to run from the sd card because it is quite big. It runs fine on my T600 I don't know about the 300

    Naoh lite
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    Thanks - I have it on my 180 - no problems
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    I'll also add that you might also try Noah Pro - it has much more words (122 thousand) and better definition display.

    Since you use Treo you might also give iNoah a try - it's a dictionary design especially for Treo.

    And finally you might give iPedia - it's a wireless encyclopedia with more than 300 thousand articles, also designed with Treo in mind.

    Krzysztof Kowalczyk | ArsLexis
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    if you want a free dictionary try Freesearch. There is a dictionX
    Animo et Fide
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    sorry, the mobile forum cuts off posts now and then. Try Freesearch at
    I use a version taken through webXcope here:,...Fdictionary%2F
    It's free and it's good.
    Animo et Fide
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    Is there a free PalmOS thesaurus out there, too? I had a tiny little thumbpad thesaurus when I was in school, and I just loved that thing- used the heck out of it
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    You can access and via webxcope. The interface could be better but it works and it's free
    Animo et Fide
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    just been scouring the web for the best dictionary/thesaurus to access on the treo, I quite like this one:
    it's got a dictionary, thesaurus and biographical dictionary, and there's a link to a crossword solver/anagram finder thingy too.
    Animo et Fide
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    i love dictionary to go.
    morris stalk
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    I think the unabridged Merriam-Webster's from palmdigitalmedia ( is worth the $70 they charge for it. It's the full text of an unabridged dictionary that costs around the same amount in print, with full etymology and usage history. By contrast, most of the free dictionaries are based on wordnet, which is really a statistical linguistics database -- good for a rough sense of meaning, but often misleading. Online, you can get free access to a number of commercial abridged dictionaries (including Merriam-Webster's at, but it's neither as complete as the unabridged edition nor as convenient as having the full contents on SD.
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    The Chambers dictionary is based on their own publication.
    Animo et Fide

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