Welcome..Salve

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In response to dozens of questions regarding where to practice Latin, we have created the exedrium. This is chatroom for practicing Latin and Ancient Greek in a relaxed and friendly environment. It is an experiment that we will run for 30 days to see if there is any interest and if it works.

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Cum multi nos interrogarent ubi se in lingua Latina scribenda facile exercere possent, re multum ac diu considerata hunc locum quem exedrium nominavimus condidimus, ubi homines Latine vel Graece inter se otiose atque amice colloquerentur. Per triginta circiter dies hic locus patebit dum videbimus num placeat et quae volumus praestare valeat.

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Rules of the Exedrium..Leges Exedrii

  • ....Use only Latin or Ancient Greek (except for definitions etc.). ..Alia lingua ac Latina vel Graeca ne loquitor. ....
  • ....Treat people well. ..Bene atque amice homines tractato.....
  • ....Do not correct people unless asked to. ..Alios nisi rogatus ne corrigito.....
  • ....Have fun!..Tempus iucundum agito....
  • Send a private message: Click on someone’s icon/picture. Then choose ”direct message”.
  • Change sub-room: On a computer, click on the square ”Current sub-room” to the left, and chose another sub-room. On mobile, first click ”messages” in the left corner, then ”current sub-room” etc.
  • Nickname, picture, and preferences: Click on your own icon/picture.
 

Smith & Hall’s English-Latin Dictionary

Introduction

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. Thanks to the effort of Johan Winge, it is now, for the first time, available online in a fully digitized and searchable form, exlusively here on Latinitium!

Digitized and edited by Johan Winge. Copyright © 2017. All rights reserved. This dictionary may not be reproduced on another web site or in any other media without express permission.