Latin Language


Lexica


  • Lewis & Short, A Latin Dictionary [A Latin Dictionary Founded on Andrews' Edition of Freund's Latin Dictionary...] (Oxford, 1879) [archive.org]
  • C. T. Lewis, An Elementary Latin Dictionary (New York, 1918) [link]
  • C. T. Lewis, A Latin Dictionary for Schools [the original of which the Elementary Latin Dictionary is an abridgement] (New York, 1916) [link]
  • Cassell's Latin Dictionary [Latin - English / English - Latin], by J. R. Beard and C. Beard (London, 1854) [link]

  • Goetz (ed.), Corpus Glossariorum Latinorum vol. 2: Glossae Latinograecae et Graecolatinae (Leipzig, 1888) [archive.org]; vol. 3: Hermeneumata Pseudodositheana (Leipzig, 1892) [archive.org]; vol. 4: Glossae codicum Vaticani 3321 Sangalliensis 912 Leidensis 67F (Leipzig, 1889) [archive.org]; vol. 5: Placidus liber Glossarum; Glossaria reliqua (Leipzig, 1894) [archive.org]; vol. 6: Thesaurus glossarum emendatarum (Leipzig, 1899) [archive.org];

  • L. Ramshorn, Dictionary of Latin Synonymes, "from the German by Francis Lieber" (Boston, 1839) [link]
  • J. B. Garden Dumesnil, Latin Synonyms and Their Significations, tr. J. M. Gosset (London, 1809) [link]

  • W. Freund, Wörterbuch der lateinischen Sprache, vol. 3 [L-Q] (Leipzig, 1845) [link]

  • W. Robertson, A Dictionary of Latin Phrases...for...Latin Composition (London, 1829) [link ]

  • J. M. Harden, Dictionary of the Vulgate New Testament (London, 1921) [link]

  • A./E. Forcellini, Totius Latinitatis Lexicon - 1858-87 edition, rev. V. De-Vit and J. Furlanetto: vol. 3 [F - L] (Prati, 1865) [link]
  • A./E. Forcellini, Totius Latinitatis Lexicon - earlier edition, rev. J. Furlanetto, vol. 2 [D - L; some scanning glitches] (Prati, 1842) [link]; vol. 3 [M - R; some scanning glitches] (Prati, 1844) [link]; vol. 4 [S - Z; also, borrowed or lexicographically attested words] (Prati, 1845) [link]

  • Du Cange, Glossarium mediae et infimae Latinitatis, nova ed., vol. 1 [A - B] (Niort, 1883) [DCO]; vol. 2 [C] (Niort, 1883) [DCO]; vol. 3 [D - F] (Paris, 1938 - repr.?) [DCO]; vol. 4 [DCO]; vol. 5 [DCO]; vol. 6 [O - Q] (Niort, 1886) [link] [DCO]; vol. 7 [DCO]; vol. 8 [T - Z] (Niort, 1887) [link] [alt. link] [DCO]; vol. 9 [Glossaire français etc.] [link] [DCO]; vol. 10 [indices, etc.] (Niort, 1887) [link] [alt. link] [DCO]
  • vol. 1 (Paris, 1840) [link]; vol. 3 [E - K] (Paris, 1844) [link]; vol. 4 [L - O] (Paris, 1845) [link] [alt. link]; vol. 5 [P - R] (Paris, 1845) [link] [alt. link]; vol. 6 [S - Z] (Paris, 1846) [link] [alt. link]; vol. 7 [Glossaire français] (Paris, 1850) [link]

  • A. Vaniček, Griechisch-Lateinisches etymologisches Wörterbuch (Leipzig: Teubner, 1877), vol. 1 [link]; vol. 2 [link]
  • A. Vaniček, Lateinisches etymologisches Wörterbuch (Leipzig: Teubner, 1874) [link]
  • G. Körting, Lateinisch-romanisches Wörterbuch, 3rd ed. (Paderborn, 1907) [link]
  • F. Diez, Etymologisches Wörterbuch der romanischen Sprachen, 5th ed. (Bonn, 1887) [link] [alt. link]; NB also 3rd ed (Bonn, 1869) [link]; 1st ed. (Bonn, 1853) [link]
  • J. U. Jarnik, Index zu Diez' Etymologisches Wörterbuch der romanischen Sprachen (Berlin, 1878) [link]

  • G. A. E. A. Saalfeld, Tensaurus Italograecus: Ausführliches historisch-kritisches Wörtebuch der griechischen Lehn- und Fremdwörter im Lateinischen (Vienna, 1884) [link]



Grammars

  • Leumann - Hofmann - Szantyr, Lateinische Grammatik, vol. 1: Lateinischen Laut- und Formenlehre, rev. ed. (Munich, 1977) [limited preview]; vol. 2: Syntax und Stilistik, new ed. (Munich, 1997; repr. of 1972 ed.) [limited preview]; vol. 3: Stellenregister und Verzeichnis der nichtlateinischen Wörter (Munich, 1979) [link]
  • F. Stolz and J. H. Schmalz, Lateinische Grammatik, 3rd ed. (Munich, 1900) [link]

  • W. M. Lindsay, The Latin Language: an historical account of Latin sounds, stems and flexions (Oxford, 1894) [link]

  • Allen & Greenough's New Latin Grammar (Boston, 1916) [link ]
  • C. E. Bennett, New Latin Grammar (Boston, 1918) [link]
  • Gildersleeve & Lodge [Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar] (New York, 1905) [link ]
  • Hale & Buck, A Latin Grammar (Boston, 1903) [link ]
  • Lane, Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges, rev. ed. (New York, 1903) [link]; NB also orig. ed. (New York, 1898) [link]
  • A. Harkness, Complete Latin Grammar (New York, 1898) [link]
  • E. A. Andrews and S. Stoddard, A Grammar of the Latin Language, rev. H. Preble (Boston, 1888) [link]
  • A. Harkness, Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges, rev. ed. (New York, 1881) [link]
  • J. B. Allen, An Elementary Latin Grammar, 2nd ed. (Oxford, 1878) [link]
  • E. A. Andrews and S. Stoddard, A Grammar of the Latin Language, 17th ed. (Boston, 1848) [link]

  • O. Keller, Lateinische Volksetymologie und verwandtes (Leipzig: Teubner, 1891) [link]
  • H. Rönsch, Itala und Vulgata: Das Sprachidiom der urchristlichen Itala und der katholischen Vulgata unter Berücksichtigung der römischen Volkssprache (Marburg, 1875) [link]
  • G. Koffmane, Geschichte des Kirchenlateins, vol. 1 (Breslau, 1879) [link]
  • F. Kaulen, Handbuch zur Vulgata: Eine systematische Darstellung ihres lateinischen Sprachcharakters (Mainz, 1870) [link]
  • A. Budinszky, Die Ausbreitung der lateinischen Sprache über Italien und die Provinzen des römischen Reiches (Berlin, 1881) [link]
  • L. Hahn, Rom und Romanismus im Griechisch-römischen Osten (Leipzig, 1906) [link]

  • J. E. King and C. Cookson, An Introduction to the Comparative Grammar of Greek and Latin (Oxford, 1890) [link]

  • R. S. Conway, The Italic Dialects: Edited with a Grammar and Glossary, vol. 1.1 (Cambridge, 1897) [link]

  • A. Green, The Dative of Agency: A Chapter of European Case-Syntax (New York, 1913) [link]


Primers, Readers, etc.


  • J. B. Allen, A Second Latin Exercise Book, with Hints for Higher Latin Prose Composition, 2nd ed. (Oxford, 1904) [link]
  • J. B. Allen, Rudimenta Latina, Clarendon Press Series (Oxford, 1885) [link]
  • C. S. Jerram, Reddenda Minora, or Easy Passages for Unseen Translation [Latin and Greek] (Oxford, 1883) [link]
  • T. J. Nunns, A First Latin Reader, Clarendon Press Series, 3rd ed. (Oxford, 1878) [link]
  • J. B. Allen, A First Latin Exercise Book (Oxford, 1875) [link]