Pali

http://www.accesstoinsight.org/lib/authors/bullitt/learningpali.html

Contains information about Pali language textbooks, how to handle Pali diacritical marks on computers, and where to obtain Pali fonts.

http://www.palikanon.com/english/pali_names/dic_idx.html

Edited by George P. Malalasekera, London, 1937-38.

This comprehensive reference covers all proper names one will find in the Pali canon and primary commentaries. It provides sufficient information to place each proper name - physically (or mythicly) for place names, in time and school of thought for individuals. It provides the references to the source material, and etymologies where appropriate.

http://buddhism.lib.ntu.edu.tw/DLMBS/en/lesson/pali/lesson_pali1.jsp

 

Presents Pali alphabet, with sound files for all the letters.

 

http://www.buddha-vacana.org/

This website can help you to deepen your knowledge of Pali.

http://www.sanskritweb.net/sansdocs/#REVERSE

For instance, if you are searching for all Pali compounds ending with the word "...kamma", you can easily find all these words on one page in this reverse dictionary.

http://dhamma.ru/paali/palisan.htm

A useful table from the "Grammatik des Pali" by Achim Fachs which allows to find the Ancient Indian correspondences of the Pali words.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/jainlist/message/2498

An article by Dr Devendra Kumar Jain about the history of Indian languages, including Pali.

http://www.leighb.com/glossary.htm

On Leigh Brasington’s site, Pali dictionaries in text/data format, for use with Leigh’s own database program. Download the program & dictionary data (instructions on the site).

http://members.chello.nl/l.bontes/sans_n.htm

This dictionary can be quite useful in looking up the meaning of some Pali words, if you know how to find the Sanskrit counterparts of Pali forms. The on-line version of the dictionary is available at http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MWScan/tamil/index.html .

http://www.mahidol.ac.th/budsir/budsir-main.html

Buddhist Scriptures Information Retrieval (Mahidol University, Thailand) is a CD-ROM containing the Thai edition of the Pali Tipitaka and Atthakatha (commentaries) in romanized script. Cost: about US$300.

https://palitextreader.codeplex.com/

Desktop software for reading Pali Tipitaka.

http://palireader.sourceforge.net

The Pali Text Reader software is a reader for Pali texts. It provides in depth search (both throughout the tipitaka or single files), a dictionary and an (machine based) automatic Pali - English translator. The Pali Text Reader comes along with a library, containg all Tipitaka books compressed in a zip archive. Thus, you can read, search and study the Buddhist Canon wherever you are - it comes in two flavors: an online edition (3MB) and an extended edition with all resources (Tipitaka) which is approximately 70MB in size.

http://buddhism.lib.ntu.edu.tw/BDLM/en/lesson/pali/lesson_pali1.htm

- based on Dhammapada, with sound files (from Buddhist Digital Library and Museum, Taiwan).

http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~malaiya/scripts.html

Comprehensive resources: historical developments, manuscripts, calligraphy, classical languages and texts.

http://www.accesstoinsight.org/glossary.html

This glossary covers many of the Pali words and technical terms that you may come across in the books and on the Internet.

http://obo.genaud.net/backmatter/glossology/glossologytoc.htm

Study of the meanings of Pali words by Michael Olds.

http://www.pali.pratyeka.org/

Examples of texts in indigenous scripts, materials on indeclinable particles and Pali grammatical terms.

Revised editions of three, free Pali textbooks, for download as PDFs!
-  Narada’s Textbook     
-  De Silva’s Textbook    
-  Duroiselle’s Textbook

 

http://www.budsas.org/ebud/begin/begin1.htm

Book by Samanera Bodhesako dedicated to the history and role of Pali suttas.

http://www.aimwell.org/pali.html

The Pāli words are spoken by Ven. Mettavihari.