# Direc­tory `tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/leipzig`

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%% leipzig --- A package to typeset and index linguistic gloss abbreviations.
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The leipzig package provides a set of macros for standard glossing abbreviations, with options to create new ones. They are mnemonic (e.g. \Acc{} for accusative, abbreviated \textsc{acc}). They can be used alone or on top of the glossaries package for easy indexing and glossary printing.

For full indexing capabilities, leipzig should be used in conjunction with the glossaries package. Notes for installation are included in the package documentation.

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