Offline Dictionary for Ubuntu

Anyway ubuntu have dictionary by default. You can find the dictionary from
Application –> office –> Dictionary.
You can find the meaning of a English word using this. When you search for meaning of a word its communicate with online dictionary server for ex. dict.org then get the result. It requires Internet connection. If you not having the Net connection / poor connection its useless. In this situation offline dictionary will helpful to you. Here is how to do this.

Open the terminal (Application -> Accessories -> Terminal) and run the following commands:

apt-get install dictd
apt-get install dict-gcide
apt-get install dict-moby-thesaurus

Now Goto Dictionary (Application -> Office -> Dictionary) then Edit –> Preference
Click the “Add” button to add a new dictionary.
Enter following details.
Description : Local Server
Transport : Dictionary Server
Hostname : 127.0.0.1
Port : 2628

Then click on add. Then Edit –> Preference select Local server.
Thats all. Now you can search locally.

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