|Country||Taiwan (Republic of China)|
|Language||Taiwanese Hokkien including Written Hokkien (definitions in Taiwanese Mandarin)|
using the Taiwanese Romanization System
|Publisher||Ministry of Education (Taiwan)|
7 July 2011 (first release)
The Dictionary of Frequently-Used Taiwan Minnan (Chinese: ; Pe?h-?e-j?: Tâi-oân Bân-lâm-gí Siông-i?ng-sû Sû-tián) is a dictionary of Taiwanese Hokkien (including Written Hokkien) commissioned by the Ministry of Education of Taiwan. The dictionary uses the Taiwanese Romanization System (based on pe?h-?e-j?) to indicate pronunciations and includes audio files for many words. As of 2013, the dictionary included entries for 20,000 words.
In September 2000, initial plans to commission the dictionary were put forth by the National Languages Committee of the Ministry of Education. In July 2001, the Dictionary of Frequently-Used Taiwan Minnan Editorial Committee () was established.
The dictionary is continuously updated by the Editorial Committee, and these updates are financially supported by the Ministry. On 5 July 2018, the dictionary received a major update. On 1 June 2020, Flash was retired in favor of HTML5 audio for the audio samples.
2011.7.7--, [July 7, 2011 —The official edition of the dictionary is now available, comments from people of all walks of life are welcome.]