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The Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary

The Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary Author James Morwood
ISBN-10 019864227X
Release 1994
Pages 357
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The Pocket Oxford Latin Dictionary is a thoroughly revised edition of the classic Routledge Latin Dictionary The work has been extensively updated by James Morwood, Head of Classics at Harrow School, and one of the authors of the extremely successful Oxford Latin Course. More up-to-date and comprehensive than any of its rivals, it offers: * Over 50,000 entries and over 120,000 definitions * Botanical terms and Church Latin * A useful grammar section * Full grammatical information about each Latin word * Details of conjugation for Latin verbs * Indication of differences in meaning, style, and context in cases of ambiguity * The latest research into the Latin language * Comprehensive marking of vowel length as a guide to classical pronunciation * Full appendices of historical personalities, mythological characters, and geographical names



Oxford Latin Dictionary

Oxford Latin Dictionary Author P. G. W. Glare
ISBN-10 UOM:39015005868875
Release 1982
Pages 2126
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Reference work which provides definitions, etymological notes, and the history of each entry as well as illustrative quotations



The pocket Oxford Latin dictionary Latin English

The pocket Oxford Latin dictionary  Latin   English Author James Morwood
ISBN-10 0191739588
Release 2012
Pages 492
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"Essential vocabulary, clear translations, usage and grammar help in this Latin-English dictionary."--Publisher's description.



Latin Dictionary

Latin Dictionary Author C. T. Lewis
ISBN-10 0198642016
Release 1963-03-26
Pages 2048
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This comprehensive dictionary is a popular and reliable reference work for Classics and Latin scholars; it includes citations from ancient literature, etymological information, and an orthographical index of words with variant spellings.



Oxford Latin Dictionary

Oxford Latin Dictionary Author Oxford Dictionaries,
ISBN-10 0199580316
Release 2012-03-08
Pages 2400
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The authoritative dictionary for Classical Latin updated and redesigned.



The Oxford Latin Dictionary

The Oxford Latin Dictionary Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105005465922
Release 1968
Pages
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The Oxford Latin Minidictionary

The Oxford Latin Minidictionary Author James Morwood
ISBN-10 0198601395
Release 1995
Pages 693
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Comprehensive: over 60,000 entries provide the user with full coverage of the core vocabularies of Latin and English. Grammar guidance: full grammatical information about each Latin word and details of conugation for Latin verbs. Extra help: clear signposting of differences in meaning, style, and context in cases of ambiguity. Pronunciation: Comprehensive marking of vowel length as a guide to classical Latin pronunciation. Additional information: appendices of historical and mythological names, geographical locations, and notes showing their significance.



The Oxford Latin Dictionary

The Oxford Latin Dictionary Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105005465922
Release 1968
Pages
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Oxford Latin Course

Oxford Latin Course Author Maurice Balme
ISBN-10 0199122288
Release 1997-01-01
Pages 224
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Provides teachers and students alike with a modern, inviting and structured way to sustain interest and excellence in Latin. Based on the reading of original texts, the course is structured around a narrative detailing the life of the poet Horace, which helps students to develop an understanding of the times of Cicero and Augustus.



A Copious and Critical English Latin Dictionary

A Copious and Critical English Latin Dictionary Author William Smith
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822011941903
Release 1871
Pages 964
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The New College Latin and English Dictionary

The New College Latin and English Dictionary Author John C. Traupman
ISBN-10 1567654339
Release 2005-06-30
Pages 713
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To provide an authoritative Latin dictionary based on modern lexicographical principles.



Oxford Latin Dictionary oxford at the Clarendon 1968

Oxford Latin Dictionary  oxford at the Clarendon  1968 Author Oxford at the Clarendon Press
ISBN-10
Release 1968-06-18
Pages 2151
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I N May 1931 the Delegates of the Press instructed their officers to investigate the possibility of preparing an entirely new Latin Dictionary. Some eighteen months later draft plans were approved for the compilation of a dictionary independent alike of Lewis & Short on the one hand and of the Thesaurus Linguae Latinae on the other, which would treat classical Latin from its beginnings to the end of the second century A.D., and which was to be approximately one-third longer than Lewis & Short; the work was to be carried out by a staff directly responsible to the Delegates. Professor A. Souter of the University of Aberdeen was appointed Editor, and Mr. J. M. Wyllie was seconded from the Oxford English Dictionary to the new venture as Assistant Editor.* It was then estimated that such a dictionary would take twelve years to prepare. Full-time work began in the autumn of 1933. Quotations, ultimately numbering well over a million, were collected partly by the staff in Oxford, and partly by some fifty outside volunteers working closely with the Oxford staff. A start was made on editorial work, but by 1939 it was clear that progress, whether measured in terms of quality or quantity, was unsatisfactory. In the same year Professor Souter retired from the editorship, and Dr. Cyril Bailey, a Delegate of the Press, and Mr. Wyllie were appointed co-editors, with Dr. Bailey as the senior. Credit for the scheme of the dictionary and organization of the work in its early years is due principally to Mr. Wyllie. With the outbreak of war, work on the Dictionary inevitably slowed down, and as members of the staff went off on war service it was virtually suspended, though a skeleton staff under Dr. Bailey kept the project alive. On Mr. Wyllie's return work was resumed more actively, and the team was further strengthened by the appointment of Mr. John Chadwick in July 1946. In March 1949 Mr. Wyllie was appointed sole Editor, and at the same time steps were taken to form an academic advisory committee. Professor W. M. Edwards joined the staff in 1950 as reader and critic; Mr. Chadwick left to take an academic post at Cambridge in 1952 and was replaced by Mr. (later Professor) C. L. Howard. Mr. Wyllie's editorship terminated in April 1954, and Mr. P. G. W. Glare, who had joined the team in 1950, became Acting Editor. A fresh study of the situation in this year showed that a thorough revision of most of the material, including what had been hitherto thought approximately ready for the Printer, would be necessary before printing could begin, and that the final work would substantially exceed the limits laid down. The Delegates decided that efforts must be made to complete the Dictionary on the existing plan, though they authorized a further increase in length. In the autumn of 1955 Mr. Glare was appointed Editor, with an enlarged team that included Mr. R. H. Barrow and Mr. G. E. Turton (both of whom had joined in 1954), and Mr. R. C. Palmer (from 1957), and with occasional help from Mr. Chadwick in Cambridge. Since that date progress has been consistent and smooth, and the Delegates' confidence in the undertaking is such that publication by fascicle has been sanctioned. The work will be completed in eight fascicles, and it is hoped to publish one every two years. The Oxford Latin Dictionary is based on an entirely fresh reading of the Latin sources. It follows, generally speaking, the principles of the Oxford English Dictionary, and its formal layout of articles is similar. Within each section or sub-section, quotations are arranged in chronological order, the first example showing, where practicable, the earliest * A list of members of the editorial staff, with the dates of their service, is appended. 864209 a 2 vi PUBLISHER'S NOTE known instance of that particular sense or usage. Accidents of transmission and the concentration of much of the available material within a very short space of time have, however, made it difficult to trace the history of many words; in consequence, not too much reliance should be placed on chronology in the arrangement of senses. The later limit. of the period covered by this dictionary is necessarily imprecise. In practice it means that most of the jurists quoted in justinian's Digest have been included, although they run over into the third century, while patristic writings from the last years of the second century have not been drawn upon. (A proposal that the Dictionary should be extended to include Christian Latin had been finally rejected in I9Sr.) A further complication is that there are many texts of uncertain date whose inclusion or rejection must be arbitrary. But within these limits an attempt has been made to treat thoroughly all known words from any source, literary or non-literary. In addition, proper names have been included where their intrinsic importance appears to warrant it, or where their inclusion was thought to help in the understanding of literary texts. Only brief etymological notes have been given; readers should refer to the standard etymological dictionaries for further information. The inclusion of articles on the principal suffixes used in word-formation is an innovation in Latin lexicography.



The Oxford Classical Dictionary

The Oxford Classical Dictionary Author Simon Hornblower
ISBN-10 9780199545568
Release 2012-03-29
Pages 1592
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Completely revised and updated, the fourth edition of this established dictionary offers entries on all aspects of the classical world. With reception and anthropology as new focus areas and numerous new entries, it is an essential reference work for students, scholars, and teachers of classics and for anyone with an interest in the classical era.



Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources

Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources Author Richard Ashdowne
ISBN-10 0197266339
Release 2018-04
Pages 4198
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Based entirely on original research, the Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources is the most comprehensive dictionary of Medieval Latin to have been produced and the first ever to focus on British Medieval Latin. It is a definitive survey of the vocabulary of one of the most important languages in British and European history. This new edition, bound for the first time as a convenient three-volume set, incorporates a small number of amendments and additions into the text originally published as a series of fascicules between 1975 and 2013. The DMLBS is the key lexical reference work for anyone reading Medieval Latin texts produced in Britain or by British authors. The period covered extends from the 6th to the 16th century. The Dictionary sets out clearly for each of more than 56,000 words the full range of meanings found in the medieval period and the kinds of linguistic contexts and works in which they appear, highlighting possible alternative meanings and allusions. Contemporary example quotations illustrate each usage. The full range of attested variant spellings of words is recorded and helpful cross-references are provided, making the Dictionary a particularly valuable tool for researchers working on Medieval Latin manuscript sources of all kinds and on documentary sources in particular.



Oxford Latin Dictionary

Oxford Latin Dictionary Author Oxford Dictionaries,
ISBN-10 0199580316
Release 2012-03-08
Pages 2400
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The authoritative dictionary for Classical Latin updated and redesigned.



Oxford Latin Dictionary

Oxford Latin Dictionary Author P. G. W. Glare
ISBN-10 0198642202
Release 1980
Pages 256
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A Dictionary of Latin Words and Phrases

A Dictionary of Latin Words and Phrases Author James Morwood
ISBN-10 0198602294
Release 1998
Pages 224
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This authoritative and highly browsable guide provides an enlightening account of the meaning and history of Latin words and phrases that have entered the English language. Readers will find over 1000 phrases, sayings, mottoes, and proverbs, translated with examples of usage and fascinating citations and explanations of their first occurrence. A detailed A-Z appendix lists all Latin authors from Augustine to Virgil, together with details of their life and work. A thematic index offers immediate access to the maxims and phrases relating to such topics as death, betrayal, gossip, love, and money. A Dictionary of Latin Words and Phrases will be an entertaining and instructive source of information for word lovers of all varieties, from the crossword aficionado to speech-writers, historians, literature buffs, the savvy general reader, and anyone properly curious about Latin's influence on English.