Cassell's Latin Dictionary: Latin-English, English-Latin

by Donald Penistan Simpson

Hardcover, 1959




London : New York : Cassell ; Macmillan, 1977, c1959.


Includes modern English idiom and current Latin spelling, general classical information, irregular plural forms, and quotations from ancient classical authors.

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LibraryThing member Philosophercat
A great dictionary for its price. I always recomend this edition to anyone who is a student of Latin who needs an affordable, comprehensive dictionary to work with.
LibraryThing member gmicksmith
This is one of the better sources for more advanced Latin studies, a quite substantial volume.
LibraryThing member patito-de-hule
Required reading when I studied Latin. ummmm. Older edition, of course. It is the best Latin Dictionary for a student that I'm familiar with. One of these days I'm going to sit down and read Ovid. And maybe Tacitus.

Well, morituri salutamus, and all that y'know. Valite.
LibraryThing member Lyndatrue
This may be one of the best resources out there for anyone learning Latin, or just reading early Latin works. It's concise, it's accurate, and (considering its price) one of the best resources there is, outside of academia.


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