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J. K. Hoffman said:
>
> I guess I'm going to hunt down a linguistics
> dictionary, too.  Most likely, Trask's since that comes with at least
> one reccomendation.  And, eventually, I'll go back to _Describing
> Morphosyntax_ again.  There's still a lot in there that I'd like to get
> out.


I can't think of a better dictionary in print form to recommend than Trask.

Until you get a copy, you can always use the Google define: format to
track down definitions for terms you don't know, if it's not listed in the
SIL Glossary. If you use Google this way for a while and save bookmarks to
the parent sites hosting the definitions you find, you should have a very
useful little collection of resources that you can browse directly from
time to time.


-- Mark