A Dictionary of Latin Words and Phrases Paperback
Edited by James Morwood
A Dictionary of Latin Words and Phrases is a handy reference for all kinds of writing, as well as an absorbing collection of phrases, mottoes, proverbs and sayings.
This new dictionary offers a fresh look at a language which has retained its influence and colour.
Thematic index A comprehensive index will take you to all the words and phrases relating to a particular subject, covering everything from ambition, beauty, and courage to war and wisdom.
More than just words and phrases Along with clear translations and pronunciation guidance, sources from literature and history are annotated with fascinating descriptions and explanations that place the phrases in context.
Mottoes of countries and famous people and institutions The American dollar, Henry VIII, Oxford University and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer are just a few of the inspiring and sometimes ironic mottoes.
Proverbs Familiar and amusing proverbs are included and easily found in a separate index.
Includes literary examples An A-Z listing of all Latin authors cited includes outlines of their lives and works.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 244 pages
- Publisher: Oxford University Press
- Publication Date: 26/03/1998
- Category: Bilingual & multilingual dictionaries
- ISBN: 9780198601098
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Review by jwhenderson
A reference useful for both reading and writing. It contains a thematic index and an index of proverbs. I keep it by my desk for handy access.