Pinyin Dictionary for Microsoft Word – Update

Jens Farley has whipped up a dictionary for MS Word that includes the syllables with and without tones. You can download and install it by following the same steps listed at my previous post.

Similar Posts (computer generated):
  1. 8 Responses to “Pinyin Dictionary for Microsoft Word – Update”

  2. Jens UNITED STATES said:

    I just put up some information here that may be of interest (using the same tool I wrote/used to generate the syllable list):

    Comment date: May 13, 2007

  3. Albert CHINA said:

    VERY interesting. I’m glad you clarified that “most used” means within hanzi as a system and not the daily usage by Chinese people.

    Comment date: May 13, 2007

  4. Ben UNITED KINGDOM said:

    Not related…

    how do you say “especially” in chinese. eg

    I like to watch sports programs ESPECIALLY football.



    Comment date: May 14, 2007

  5. Will UNITED KINGDOM said:

    especially: 特别 te4 bie2
    i like to watch sports programs especially football
    note there is a before 足球

    Comment date: May 15, 2007

  6. sandhya CHINA said:

    how do i say

    come for 1 hour tommorrow at 10 am

    Comment date: Jul 18, 2009

  7. ccna教程 CHINA said:


    Comment date: Oct 29, 2011

  8. Emma UNITED STATES said:

    how can i say “cat” in pinyin and characters?

    Comment date: Mar 1, 2012

  9. Emma UNITED STATES said:

    i have a question about this system/website-
    is this basically the dictionary- we type our questions and others answer it for us, or is there a dictionary i can download to my computer?

    Comment date: Mar 1, 2012

Post a Comment

Why didn't my comment show up?

Follow responses to this post with the Comments RSS feed.