I’ve just added 1,388 new glossaries from 43 language pairs, compiled from the Wiktionary project.
Wiktionary is a community-contributed dictionary site that is a spin-off of Wikipedia. There are hundreds of langauges on Wiktionary, but I narrowed this down to 43 using this list of the 50 most widely spoken languages in the world.
The glossaries were compiled from a site snapshot taken on November 12, 2008. I scanned through the XML site download, created lists of all translation pairs, and then compiled Felix glossaries from them.
Wiktionary is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License, and so are the Felix glossaries compiled from it.