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Lewis and Short's Latin Dictionary
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A Latin Dictionary Founded on Andrews' Edition of Freund's Latin Dictionary
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A Latin Dictionary Lewis And Short
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Lewis and Short, A new Latin Dictionary
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After the Oxford Latin Dictionary it is the most important lexical resource for students of Classical Latin! Version 3. After the first license check the app remembers your device. While it is better than in their OCR effort for Lewis' abridged edition, there are numerous mistakes with the Greek accents.
The work is usually referred to as Lewis and Short after the names of its editors, Charlton T. Lewis and Charles Short. The Andrews translation was partially revised by Freund himself, then by Henry Drisler , and was finally edited by Short and Lewis. The division of labour between the two editors was remarkably unequal. Short, a very thorough but slow worker, produced material for the letters A through C, but B and C were lost by Harpers, meaning that his work now appears only in the letter A pages , while Lewis, who worked in the time he could spare from his law practice, was solely responsible for the entries beginning with the letters B through Z pages. Sometimes called the Elementary Lewis, it is still in print today. The adoption of the book by Oxford University Press was the result of the failure of its own project to create a new Latin-English dictionary in