CLLD Concepticon 1.0 Released

Today, we released the CLLD Concepticon in version 1.0. This resource links concept labels from different conceptlists to concept sets. Each concept set is given a unique identifier, a unique label, and a human-readable definition. Concept sets are further structured by defining different relations between the concepts. The resource can be used for various purposes. Serving as a rich reference for new and existing databases in diachronic and synchronic linguistics, it allows researchers a quick access to studies on semantic change, cross-linguistic polysemies, and semantic associations.

You can access the web-interfaces at:

You can download all the underlying data at:

And you can contribute, check out our code, and file issues at: