Four more dictionary updates

As promised, more updates today: English-Georgian, English-Old English, English-Maltese and English-Esperanto.

The largest update is the Georgian dictionary, our previous wordlist used romanized characters and had about 3,500 entries, but the new wordlist displays Georgian characters and has about 50,000 entries. Our Old English dictionary got a lot bigger too, from about 6,000 entries to more than 30,000 (there might be a few similar entries though). In the case of Maltese and Esperanto, we now use wordlists at Unicode format, so there is no need for an external font.

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