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DICO(1) Manuel Utilisateur DICO(1)


dico - Search a word in a French dictionary


dico pattern1 pattern2 patternN ... ...


dico is a command allowing to search a word in a French dictionary, in order to check the orthography.

This dictionary contains more than 100,000 words like nouns, verbs, conjugations, adjectives and complex plural forms as well as the name and the postal code of the french cities.


See the French manual page (/usr/share/man/fr/man1/dico.1.gz) for more informations.


This dictionnary was created thanks to the voluntary or involuntary contributions (automatic analyzes of messages...) of many people of which here a nonexhaustive list

Alain Lemell, Alain Vermotgaud, Attila Altan, Bernard Guillaumot, Bernard Milovanovic, Bernard Norek, Bertrand Petit, Cedric Ingrand, Christian Delannoy, Christian Perrier, Daniel Morais, Daniel Toussaint, Denis Gradel, Antony Filleau, Edmond Vandermeersch, Emmanuel Charpentier,Patrick Montgermont, Emmanuel Roussin, Eric Richet, Francis Rozange, Gerard Mannig, Francois Jarraud, Francois Millet, Francois Vigneron, Georges Wanderstok, Javier Castillo, Jean-Christophe Peyrard, Jean-Claude Ambroise, Jean-Luc Betin, Jean-Marie Guitard, Joel Surcouf, Jps Gueniat, Klaus Steinschaden, Laurent Graffin, Mic Ralle, Michel Duffaud, Michel Perez, Michel Pinquier, Nat Makarevitch, Olivier Girard, Lionel Delafosse, Ollivier Civiol, Ollivier Robert, Philippe Abegg, Jacques Lipka, Pascal Petit, Pascal Reszetko, Pascal Tremong, Paul Milliot, Philippe David, Philippe Duflot, Philippe Paternotte, Philippe Waki, Pierre Tran, Pierre Zarka, Regis Rampnoux, Rene Cougnenc, Rene Durand, Sam Cabannes, Serge Delbono, Serge Gautier, Stef Evain, Stephane Derny, Vincent Gillet, Emmanuel Bataille.

V 1.1 Octobre 1992 Le Dico