In search of a clean, copy/paste(able) frequency word list

I have two books from which I have been increasing my vocabulary in Spanish and French, which you can look at here:

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=french%20frequency%20lonsdale

They are tremendously useful. However, I am a lazy, lazy man, and I would like to find a way to transpose the words in them into my Lingq list without having to do the labor of inserting each one into my flashcard files. So, short of finding each word written out methodically online to copy/paste into the imported words, I have found other sources, such as this one:

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/User:Matthias_Buchmeier/Spanish_frequency_list-1-5000

However, someone decided to make this with those pesky and largely pointless data numbers next to each word. Can anyone link me in the right direction towards some kind of data mine of frequency words on the interwebs? I know the proper link will save me hours of time.

Just a shot.

Cheers,

JJ Hardin

Edit: Nevermind, Soy un idioto. I just copy/pasted the list as a document and the brilliant Lingq software did the rest. Now I can go through the list and mark words like any other text on this website. I’ll leave this post up if only so that you fine folks can do the same if this idea seems useful to you in whatever language you are studying.

Cheers.

" I just copy/pasted the list as a document and the brilliant Lingq software did the rest. Now I can go through the list and mark words like any other text on this website. "

This is exactly what I do, usually while watching TV with the kids. It’s time-consuming but not hard and then you have lingQs in dictionary form.

@ johnnyjoyhardin :
Could you avoid inserting reference links next time ? That would be great ! :wink: