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{leipzig} is a package that provides predefined macros for standard gloss abbreviations used in linguistics, along with other useful functionality.

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Linguistic glosses with Leipzig package including morpheme boundaries

I just started using LaTeX and am using the Leipzig-package for linguistic glosses, that I also want to appear in a glossary. In the Leipzig package only the glosses themselves are defined, while ...
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leipzig.sty: How to change the name of glossary [closed]

I wish to change the name of the abbreviations list, which defaults to Abbreviations. The package documentaion tolds that redefining \leipzigname would work, but it did not work. Here is the code: ¥...
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Leipzig and glossaries: compatibility problems, and glossary does not appear

I am using the leipzig package, which provides shortcut macros for linguistic gloss abbreviations, and interfaces with the glossaries package to index these abbreviations. I am compiling properly (...
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Help with leipzig glossaries on TexShop with xelatexmk

I'm having trouble getting a glossary (with the leipzig package) to print. I use TeXShop on the Mac with xelatexmk. The MWE uses the style from the leipzig manual: % !TEX TS-program = xelatexmk \...
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Glossaries and Leipzig - Displaying short description twice

I have a document that is using interlinear glossing using the leipzig package. I wish to use the glossary style: mcolsindex. However, this causes the glossary to print the short description twice in ...
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redefining existing abbreviations for leipzig.sty

For writing linguistics papers, I use leipzig.sty for making lists of abbreviations used in glosses. In its documentation, there is the section "4.3 Redefine existing abbreviations"; however, it's ...
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How to patch a command from leipzig.sty

As shown in Issues with leipzig and glossaries used together, there is a problem when using the package leipzig with the glossaries package since the leipzig package relies on deprecated commands from ...
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Issues with leipzig and glossaries used together

I am preparing a document containing some interlinear glossing, the glossing conventions themselves appearing as a separate list. I use the leipzig package to typeset the glosses, the expex package to ...