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Manulex and Manulex-infra's data (including the result sets obtained through the usage of the site) are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

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  • 54 schoolbooks

  • 1.9 million words extracted

  • 48,886 wordforms

  • 23,812 lemmas


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If you find a problem in the site, please let us know so that we can fix it as soon as we can!

Contact email : Bernard Lété


Financials supports for eManulex was obtained through:

  • grants from the French National Research Agency (ANR) to Bernard Lété (ANR-06-APPR-005) and Jonathan Grainger, and Bernard Lété (ANR-06-BLAN-0337-03)
  • LABEX CORTEX (ANR-11-LABX-0042) of University of Lyon, within the program Investissements d'Avenir (ANR-11-IDEX-0007) operated by the French National Research Agency (ANR)


The eManulex website benefits from resources made freely available on the Web, and is pleased to thank their authors: Flag icons by mayosoft, the Tango Desktop Library project...


You can visit the Manulex website developed by Ronald Peereman to get additional information about Manulex and Manulex-infra. The site is at Burgondy University, LEAD Laboratory (former Laboratory of Ronald Peereman and Bernard Lété).

On this page, you can download the databases and supplementary documents.


Download xls file Manulex Database
Download pdf file Description of the database (Field abbreviations)
Download pdf file Paper (Lété, Sprenger-Charolles, & Colé, 2004)


Download xls file Manulex-infra Database
Download xls file Sublexical-table computations
Download pdf file Description of the database (Short description and Field abbreviations)
Download pdf file Paper (Peereman, Lété, & Sprenger-Charolles, 2007)


Download xls file Ronald Peereman, Liliane Sprenger-Charolles, & Souhila Messaoud-Galusi, 2013

Related papers about Manulex

Download pdf file Lété, B. (2003). Building the mental lexicon by exposure to print: A corpus-based analysis of French reading books. In P. Bonin (Ed.), Mental lexicon. "Some words to talk about words" (pp. 187-214). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publisher.
Download pdf file Lété, B. (2004). Manulex : une base de données du lexique écrit adressé aux élèves. In E. Calaque & J. David (Eds.), Didactique du lexique : Contextes, démarches, supports (pp. 241-257). Bruxelles : De Boeck

Publications using the Manulex databases

Papers citing Manulex on Google Scholar.

Papers citing Manulex-infra on Google Scholar.

Papers citing Manulex-morpho on Google Scholar.