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About Humanterm

“Language is not an abstract construction of the learned, or of dictionary makers, but is something arising out of the work, needs, ties, joys, affections, tastes, of long generations of humanity, and has its bases broad and low, close to the ground”.
Noah Webster (1758-1843)


"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others".
Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948)


Humanterm is an R&D Project funded by the Universidad Europea de Madrid for a year with the aim of creating a terminological multilingual glossary for translators working in the humanitarian field. More specifically, Humanterm concentrates in:
• Compiling documents for term identification and extraction
• Uploading these terms into a collaborative platform that allows for public access and collaboration.


The team at Humanterm is made up of the following researchers:

Mr. Fernando Contreras (Principal Investigator)*, PhD in Scientific and Technical Translation (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
Mrs. Celia Rico*, PhD in Linguistics (Universidad de Alicante)
Mrs. Ping Shi Hu Sun*, PhD in Spanish Philology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Mr. Luis Guerra*, PhD in Spanish Philology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Mrs. Gala Arias*, Bachelor in Slavic Philology (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Mr. Manuel Moreno**, PhD in Anthropology (Universidad Católica de Murcia)

  • School of Arts and Communication, Universidad Europea de Madrid
**School of Health Sciences, Universidad Europea de Madrid


Usual abbreviations:

GC: Grammatical category
CT: Context
S: Source
N: Note/Notes
S: Source/Sources
OV/GV/LV: Orthographic variation/Graphic variation/Lexical variation
S: Source
SYN: Synonym/Synonyms
S: Source/Sources
ANT: Antonym/Antonyms
S: Source/Sources
CR: Cross reference

Terminological records with cultural interrelations:
abscess
achromatopsia
acme (EN)
acrophobia
Addison's disease
African trypanosomiasis
AIDS
Alexander's disease
alkalosis
alopecia (EN)
Alport syndrome
altruism
Alzheimer's disease
amaurosis (EN)
amblyopia
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
anaphylaxis
aneurysm
angiogenesis (EN)
anorexia nervosa
anosmia (EN)
anterograde amnesia
anthrax
antibiotic
apartheid (EN)
aphasia
appendicitis
armistice (EN)
arsonist
artemisinin
artificial asphalt
asbestos
Asperger syndrome
aspergillosis
asphalt
asphyxia
asylum
autism
autophagy
bacterium
bailiff
banished person
Beaufort scale
belonephobia
beriberi (EN)
bilirubin
bioethics
bioterrorism
blepharitis
blindness
boatman
bore (EN)
botulism
bovine spongiform encephalopathy
braggart
Broca’s aphasia
bromatology
brucellosis
Brugada syndrome
bulimia nervosa
cancer (EN)
Capgras syndrome
catarrh
ceasefire
cervical cancer
Chagas disease
child marriage
cholera (EN)
chorea
Churg-Strauss syndrome
cold
collateral damage
coma (EN)
common carotid artery
congenital
contagion (EN)
coronavirus (EN)
corpse
Cotard's syndrome
coulrophobia
court clerk
Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever
crime (EN)
Cushing’s syndrome
cyst
decolonization
denunciation
deportation (EN)
desert (EN)
diabetes (EN)
diarrhea
Diogenes syndrome
diphtheria
diplopia (EN)
dispensaries
displaced person
dizziness
dog days
Doppler effect
dragoman
drone
dwarfism
dysentery
dysesthesia
dyslexia
Ebola hemorrhagic fever
Ebola virus
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome
embolism
emergency department
encephalitis
epilepsy
Escherichia coli (EN)
exiled
exodus
explosive cyclogenesis
family physician
famine (EN)
flea
foreigner
forest fire
freebooter
gangrene (EN)
genocide (EN)
ginger
global socialization
glossolalia
gout
Guillain-Barré syndrome
HeLa cell
hemophobia
hemoptysis
hemorrhagic fever
HIV
homicide (EN)
homophobia
hostage
humanitarian
human papillomavirus
human rights
Huntington’s chorea
hurricane
hydrops
hypnosis
hypochondria
hypochondriac
illiteracy
immigration (EN)
infectious mononucleosis
insanitary living conditions
insomnia
intent
interpretation (EN)
interpreter
intolerance (EN)
kamikaze (EN)
Kleine-Levin syndrome
leprosy
life-threatening wound
lightning
louse
lupus vulgaris
malaria
Marburg virus
measles
medicine
meningitis (EN)
meteorite
meteorology
micropsia (EN)
midwife
migraine (EN)
misery
multiple sclerosis
myiasis
narcissistic personality disorder
narcolepsy
nationality
nausea (EN)
obsessive-compulsive disorder
pain
pandemic
paraneoplastic syndrome
Parkinson's disease
pediculosis (EN)
pellagra
penicillin
pertussis
pharmacy
physician
Pickwickian syndrome
pirate
plague
Plummer’s disease
pneumonia
poliomyelitis
poverty
pregnancy
privateer
Proteus syndrome
pyknic
pyramidal muscle
pyromaniac
rabies
race (EN)
racial segregation
raft
Rasmussen's encephalitis
Raynaud's phenomenon
rebellion (EN)
Refsum’s disease
referendum (EN)
refugee
repatriated person
rheumatoid arthritis
rifampicin
scurvy
sedition (EN)
seism
serendipity
sick person
Sjögren syndrome
slave
slavery
smallpox
sniper
sodoku (EN)
somnolence (EN)
Spanish influenza
spleen
staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome
state
stateless person
Stockholm syndrome
storm
streptomycin
stroke
syphilis (EN)
systemic lupus erythematosus
tar
tenant
thunderbolt
thunder
tornado (EN)
Tourette syndrome
toxoplasmosis (EN)
translation
translator
trephination
trichinosis
truce
tsunami (EN)
tuberculosis (EN)
tularemia (EN)
tumor (EN)
typhoid fever
typhoon
typhus (EN)
ulcer
Ulysses syndrome
virus (EN)
vitamin
vitiligo (EN)
Wegener’s granulomatosis
Whipple’s disease
Wilson’s disease
Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome
wreck
xenophobia
xenogeneic graft
xerophthalmia
yersiniosis (EN)

- Terminological records with collocations:
absorption (EN)
AIDS
armistice (EN)
arsonist
artery
asylum
cancer (EN)
catarrh
ceasefire
charity
cholera (EN)
cold
contagion (EN)
corpse
corruption (EN)
crime (EN)
delusion
deportation (EN)
desert (EN)
disability
discredit
disease
disorder
dizziness
donation (EN)
drought
drug
drug product
emigration (EN)
epidemic
epilepsy
extradition (EN)
Fahr's disease
famine (EN)
fatal
fever
flood
foreigner
forest fire
goods
government
health
homicide
homophobia
humanitarian
humanity
humanly
hurricane
illiteracy
immigration (EN)
immunity
inalienable (EN)
incapacity
inequalities
influenza
interpretation (EN)
interpreter
mandatory
medicine
memory
misery
moratorium
nationality
pain
pest
pneumonia
poverty
poverty line
rabies
race (EN)
racism
rape
rebellion (EN)
referendum (EN)
refugee
relief
screening
seism
sign
slavery
state
syndrome (EN)
tenant
torture (EN)
translation
translator
truce
tumor (EN)
ulcer
vaccine
vein
victims
virus (EN)
xenophobia



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