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beeblebrox wrote:I've been looking at "Concise Pali-English Dictionary" by A.P. Buddhadatta Mahathera. Seems like it should be good for that purpose. Also, someone (on Amazon.com) recommended to write down the Pali alphabet order on the first page if you're not used to it... that's a good tip.
yuttadhammo wrote:You can also download the DPR, which has both the PED and the CPED (as well as the DPPN and CEPD) easier than an Internet resource, though not as nice as a paperback. It also includes a Pali quiz based on the CPED:
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