Latin Dictionary (Lewis & Short)

Lewis, Charlton T., and Charles Short. A Latin Dictionary. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879.

Lewis and Short for many years was the standard Latin dictionary and remains one of the two most often cited Latin dictionaries. Many classical scholars now prefer the Oxford Latin Dictionary (1982), but, despite its age, Lewis and Short is a better source for medieval and post-classical Latin.

The Perseus digital library at Tufts University has made Lewis and Short available and searchable online for free.

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