A Copious and Critical English-Latin Dictionary; To Which Is Added a Dictionary of Proper Names

A Copious and Critical English-Latin Dictionary; To Which Is Added a Dictionary of Proper Names

By (author) 

List price: US$14.14

Currently unavailable

Add to wishlist

AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Try AbeBooks


This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1894 edition. Excerpt: ...will be c.d by your own defence, ipse tu tua defenstone lmplicabere, Clc Verr. 2, 16, 44: v. Implicate. m. To imperil: in periculum ac discrimen vocare, Cic: v. Endanger, Phr.: CONFINED CONFORMITY CONFUSION CONFUTATION CONJECTURE CONNECT congratulate: 1. grfUMor, i (with dot. of peraon; the matter of congratulation usu. expressed by de; also by acc.; and sometimes by a clause): . me about my daughter, mihi de tilia gralularis, Cic: he c.s him very loudly on his victory, ei voce maxima vlciorlam gratulatur, Cic: he c.d him on Vie recovery of liberty, el recuperatam liberuitem est gratulatus, Cic.: J c. you that the highest credit has attended you, tibi gratulor quod te summa laus persecuta est, Cic: poeL with infm.: J c. you that your ability has not lain hid, tibi g. Ingenium non latuisse tuum, Ov.: absul.: impious citisens werec.ing one another as if Uiey had conquered, inter se impu cives quasi vicissent grntuiabantur, Cic 2. grutor, I (with dat. or acc.: not In Cic): / c. myself, mihi grutor, Ov.: he c.s them on their return, gratatur reduces, Virg.: mutually civg each oUter, invlcem inter se gratantes, Liv. 3. congratulor, i i. q. simple verb: Liv. (rare In Cic). congratulation: gratuiatio: toofer Ci, gratula tiones lacere, habere, Cic: to perform mutual c.s, mutua g. tul, Curt, (f.'ongratulauo is; and doubtful in Cic) Phr.; all the multitude poured out in ., se omnU multitude gratulahunda effudit, Cic congratulatory: -pr. by some case ot graiulatio. letter, literae gruttilationum plenae, gratulationibus referme, etc.; or literae gratulantes. (Oratulatorius has no good authority, ..."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 100g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236590546
  • 9781236590541
  • 2,255,585

Our customer reviews

For something where accuracy is important, like a language dictionary, there are laughable numbers of mistakes in this. The disclaimer says there may be numerous typos and missing text, but they have managed to reduce this book from many hundreds of pages down to just 46, and the "added dictionary of proper names" I cannot find. Also, it's not typeset in a dictionary format, being without line-breaks or visible headings so is impossible to use as a reference. I wanted a hard copy (thanks for the offer of the download but that was not useful for me). It's marvellous what technology can do; I read that this was produced by software and that proof-readers are not always used. It seems clear to me that no human being had much to do with this edition.show more
by Helen