Posts tagged Lexicon Latinum
A guide to Latin place names and their meanings

Interested in Latin place names? This article will help you do two things: understand Latin geographical names that you encounter and express geographical names in Latin yourself.

 

 

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Ex Antverpia Lux? De conventu quodam didascalico refert Christianus Laes

Die undecimo mensis Februarii anni 2017, cum nives regionem Flandricam leviter tangebant, annuus conventus magistrorum linguarum classicarum lares suos migravit. Moderatores enim locum consuetum in studiorum universitate Lovaniensi mutaverant pro campo studiorum universitatis Antverpiensis ut participes per totum diem non solum acroases audirent de lingua Latina necnon Græca vivo more tractandis, sed etiam ut experirentur quomodo ipsi tales vias ad bonum effectum adhiberent.

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Smith & Hall’s English-Latin dictionary now on Latinitium.com

The English-Latin dictionary of Smith & Hall, originally published in 1871 under the title A Copious and Critical English-Latin Dictionary, is widely regarded as the best and most extensive lexicon for translating from English into Latin ever written. It is now available as a digital version on Latinitium.com

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A guide to Dictionaries of Latin synonyms – How to tell the difference

Has this ever happened to you? You're happily reading a Latin text when you come across a word you're not sure about. You open the dictionary, look up the word, learn the definition, go back to reading. A little further down you stumble on another word. Same thing. Look up the word, learn the… and confusion sets in. The two words have basically the same definition. "What's the difference?" "Is there a difference?"  After reading this article you'll know how to solve these age-old questions.

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