A Latin Dictionary: Founded on Andrews' Edition of Freund's Latin Dictionary. Revised, Enlarged, and in Great Part Rewritten. 1879.

A Latin Dictionary Founded on Andrews Edition of Freund s Latin Dictionary Revised Enlarged and in Great Part Rewritten One of the classic works of lexicography this is a revised edition of E A Andrew s translation of Freund s great Latin German dictionary of the nineteenth century

  • Title: A Latin Dictionary: Founded on Andrews' Edition of Freund's Latin Dictionary. Revised, Enlarged, and in Great Part Rewritten. 1879.
  • Author: Charlton Thomas Lewis
  • ISBN: 9780198642015
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One of the classic works of lexicography, this is a revised edition of E.A Andrew s translation of Freund s great Latin German dictionary of the nineteenth century.

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    One thought on “A Latin Dictionary: Founded on Andrews' Edition of Freund's Latin Dictionary. Revised, Enlarged, and in Great Part Rewritten. 1879.”

    1. I'm a french latin teacher and a latin books collector. I own both "A Latin Dictionary" and the "Oxford Latin Dictionary".The first one is far more interesting ! For instance try to find "autumnescit" in the Oxford. The first one gives the four words autumnescit, autumnascit, auctumnescit and auctumnascit.Another example : Look for the word Arar, araris, a french river called "Saône" in french. The Lewis dictionnary gives more details, and even explains that the word Saône comes from the word [...]

    2. Another massive Latin dictionary that only gets four stars when compared to the Oxford Latin Dictionary which has the advantage of a more modern layout. Lewis and Short is essential for having a broader range of words - especially in late antique Christian texts. I use the Lexidium app rather than the physical book now.

    3. This book was given to me by my husband's brother. Though not a Latinist; I occasionally find Lewis and Short a useful reference book to dip into; even though the online text at the Perseus Project is sometimes more convenient. However, 'books do furnish a room', and this is certainly one of those!

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