Jan Hajič
Jan Hajič is a Czech computational linguist and the former director of the Institute of Formal and Applied Linguistics at the Charles University in Prague. He specializes in empirical NLP, machine tra...
Vincenc Lesný
Vincenc Lesný was a Czech Indologist and Sanskritist who taught at the Univerzita Karlova v Praze. In 1923, Lesný traveled to Visva-Bharati University in Santiniketan, Bengal, where he taught German a...
Daniel Adam z Veleslavína
Daniel Adam z Veleslavína, literally translated Daniel Adam of Veleslavín, (1546–1599), was a Czech lexicographer, publisher, translator, and writer. (Veleslavína is the genitive declension of Velesla...
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Gustav Haloun
Gustav Haloun (January 12, 1898, Brtnice, Moravia, Austria-Hungary — December 24, 1951, Cambridge, England) was a Czech sinologist. He studied in Vienna under Arthur von Rosthorn and in Leipzig under ...
Pavel Eisner
Pavel Eisner (16 January 1889 - 8 July 1958), also known as Paul Eisner and under the pseudonym Vincy Schwarze, was Czech-German linguist and translator and the author of many studies about Czech lang...
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Alois Vojtěch Šembera
Alois Vojtěch Šembera (March 21, 1807 in Vysoké Mýto, Bohemia, Austrian Empire – March 23, 1882 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary) was a Czech linguist, historian of literature, writer, journalist and patrio...
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Bedřich Hrozný
Bedřich (Friedrich) Hrozný ([ˈbɛdr̝ɪx ˈɦrozniː]; May 6, 1879 – December 12, 1952) was a Czech orientalist and linguist. He deciphered the ancient Hittite language, identified it as an Indo-European la...
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Petr Sgall
Petr Sgall (born 27 May 1926 in České Budějovice) is a Czech linguist. He specializes in dependency grammar, topic–focus articulation and Common Czech.
Petr Sgall was born 27 May 1926 in České Bud...
Julius Pokorny
Julius Pokorny (June 12, 1887 – April 8, 1970) was an Austrian linguist and scholar of the Celtic languages, particularly Irish, and a supporter of Irish nationalism. He held academic posts in Austria...
Jaroslav Průšek
Jaroslav Průšek (simplified Chinese: 普实克; traditional Chinese: 普實克; pinyin: pǔshíkè, 1906–1980) was a Czech sinologist. He was considered as the founder of the Prague School of Sinology, a...
Josef Jungmann
Josef Jungmann (16 July 1773 in Hudlice, near Beroun – 14 November 1847 in Prague) was a Bohemian poet and linguist, and a leading figure of the Czech National Revival. Together with Josef Dobrovský, ...
Ladislav Zgusta
Ladislav Zgusta (20 March 1924 – 27 April 2007) was a Czech–American historical linguist and lexicographer, who wrote one of the first textbooks on lexicography. He was a professor of linguistic...
Ladislav Matejka
Ladislav Matějka (May 30, 1919 České Budějovice - September 29, 2012 West Newton, Massachusetts) was a Czech scholar of semiotics and linguistic theory, who translated and published many contributions...
Josef Dobrovský
Josef Dobrovský (17 August 1753 – 6 January 1829) was a Bohemian philologist and historian, one of the most important figures of the Czech national revival.
Dobrovský was born at Balassagyarmat, i...
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Vladimír Skalička
Vladimír Skalička (19 August 1909, Prague - 17 January 1991, Prague) was a Czech professor, linguist, translator, and polyglot. A member of the influential Prague School of linguists and literary crit...
Dušan Zbavitel
Dušan Zbavitel (7 May 1925 – 7 August 2012) was a world-renowned Czech Indologist.
Dušan Zbavitel studied Indology with Professor Vincenc Lesný at Charles University in Prague in 1945–1948. After ...
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Vincenc Prasek
Vincenc Prasek (9 April 1843 in Milostovice, Opava – 31 December 1912 in Napajedla) was a Czech educator, linguist and historian active in the region of Silesia. He contributed to several Czech period...
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Jakub Kresa
Jakub Kresa, Spanish: Jacob Kresa, Latin: Jacobo Kreysa (July 19, 1648 – July 28, 1715) was one of the most important Czech mathematicians of the Baroque era.
Jakub Kresa was born into a s...
Henry Kucera
Henry Kučera (15 February 1925 – 20 February 2010), born Jindřich Kučera, was a Czech linguist who pioneered corpus linguistics, linguistic software, was a major contributor to the American Heritage ...
Václav Machek
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František Vymazal
František Vymazal (November 6, 1841 – April 6, 1917) was a Czech polyglot and language textbooks writer. He was born in a poor family in Topolany near Vyškov and worked as a corrector in printing hous...
Karel Slavíček
Karel Slavíček, Chinese: 严嘉乐, (December 12, 1678 - September 24, 1735) was a Jesuit missionary and scientist, the first Czech sinologist and author of the first precise map of Beijing.
Karel S...
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Stanislav Segert
Stanislav Segert (May 4, 1921 – September 30, 2005) was a prominent scholar of Semitic languages and one of the foremost authorities on North-West Semitic languages.
Born in Prague, then Czechoslo...
František Bartoš (folklorist)
František Bartoš (16 March 1837, Zlín, Moravia - 11 June 1906) was a Moravian ethnomusicologist, folklorist, folksong collector, and dialectologist. He is viewed as the successor of František Sušil, t...
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