woodhouse english greek lexicon

tip-toe, tirade, tire, tired, tireless, tiresome, tiresomely, skilfulness, skill, skilled, skim, skim, skimp, skin, confound, confounded, confront, confronting, confuse, confused, regarding, regardless, regardlessly, regardlessness, regency, regenerate, olive, olive oil, omen, ominous, ominously, cage, cairn, caitiff, cajole, cajolery, cake, caked, calamitous, recreation, recriminate, recrimination, recriminatory, principally, principle, principled, print, print, prior, unseasonably, unseaworthy, unseat, unsecured, unseemliness, foray, forbear, forbearance, forbearing, forbearingly, Tenedos, ungracefully, ungracefulness, ungracious, ungraciously, traditionally, traduce, traffic, trafficking, tragedian, Phil. Julius, Junius, Juno, Juppiter, Justice, Kelts, Kurds, Labdacus, Tydeus, Tyndareus. indispensible, indisposed, indisposition, indisputable, flute-player, flute-playing, spotted, spouse, spousals, spout, enumerate, enumeration, enunciate, enunciation, ensure, envelop, decimate, decipher, decision, decisive, decisively, deck, bounden, boundless, bounteous, bounteously, bounteousness, significance, significant, signification, signify, silence, silent, silently, Favoriten – Sie können Wörter zur Favoritenliste hinzufügen, indem Sie das „Stern“-Icon anklicken. combine, combing, combustible, combustion, come, comedian, castanets, caste, castellated, castigate, castigation, pretext, prettily, prettiness, pretty, prevail, prevalence, magazine, maggot, magic, magician, magistracy, magistrate, unchangeable, unchangeablenes, unchangeably uncharitable, bee-keeper, beer, beestings, beeswax, beetle, beetling, beeves, latch, latchet, late, lately, latent, later, lateral, laterally, chaotically, chapel, chaplain, chaplet, chapter, char, character, redistribute, redistributed, simpleton, simplicity, simplify, simply, simulate, likely, like-minded, liken, likeness, likewise, liking, lilt, unfavourably, unfeathered, unfeeling, unfeelingly, son-in-law, sonorous, virtue, virtuous, virtuously, virtuousness, virulence, virulent, As a further aid to sharpening understanding, a wide … pitilessness, pittance, pity, pitying, pivot, placability, idly, idol, idolise, if, igneous, ignite, ignition, ignoble, Archimedes Project Dictionary Access. Web images of the pages of the original edition of this book tittle-tattle, titular, to, toad, toady, toadyism, toast, drawers, drawing, drawn, dray, dread, dreadful, dreadfully, maid, waive, wake, wakeful, wakefully, wakefulness, waking, apprehensively, apprentice, apprise, approach, approachable, El. voluptuary, voluptuous, voluptuously, voluptuousness, vomit, If a word occurs in Aristophanes, I have indicated its presence in that author by the letters Ar. inclined, inclose, inclosure, include, incoherent, incoherently, squinting, squire, squirt, stab, stability, stable, stablish, unclothed, unclouded, uncoil, breast-plate, breast-work, breath, breathe, breathing, breathing, wine bibber, wine bigging, wine cellar, wine cooler, wineless, misrule, miss, misshapen, misshapenness, missile, missing, ignoramus, ignorance, ignorant, ignorantly, ignore, ill, ill, ill-advised, Laches covered, covering, coverlet, covert, covertly, covet, covetous, Minturnae, Minucius, Minyae, Mithra, Mithridates, Moeris, Amyclae, Amnyntas, Amyntor, Anacreon, Anactoria, Anaea, Anapus, Heracleidae, Heracleides, Heracles, Heralitus, Heraea, barb, barbarian, barbaric barbarism, barbarity, barbarous, Cenchrea, Centaur, Ceos, Cephallenia, Cephalus, Cepheus, trespass, tress, trestle, triad, trial, triangle, tribe, English - Greek Dictionary by Woodhouse, S. C. Publication date 1910 Topics C-DAK Collection digitallibraryindia; JaiGyan Language English. libidinousness, licence, licentious, licentiously, wretchedness, wriggle, wright, wring, wrinkle, wrinkled, wrist, energetic, energetically, energy, enervate, enfeeble, enfeebled, shaking, shaky, shallop, shallow, shallowness, shallows, sham, affliction, affluence, affluent, affluently, afford, affray, desperate, desperately, desperation, despicable, despicably, stealthy, steam, steed, steel, steep, A word used often both by Prose and Verse writers may safely be employed in Comedy. procreator, procurable, procure, procurement, procurer, unassuming, unatoned, unattached, unattainable, unattempted, tome, tomfoolery, to-morrow, tone, tone down, tongs, tongue, Methydrium, Methymna, Meton, Midas, Midias, Milan, Miletus, compression, comprise, compromise, compromised, chaste, chastely, chasten, chastener, chastening, chastise, congress, congruity, congruous, conjectural, conjecturally, disappoint, disappointment, disapprobation, disapproval, abdomen, abduction, aberration, abet, abettor, abeyance, abhor, abhorrence, Scaevola, Scamander, Sciathus, Scione, Scipio, Sciron, Scirus, $28.57. darling, darn, dart, dart, dash, dashing, sausage-seller, savage, savagely, savageness, savagery, savant, unbribed, unbridled, unbroken, unbrokenly, unbuckle, unburden, self-defence, self-denial, self-detected, self-evident, armorial bearings, armory, armour, armour-bearer, arm-pit, arms, Broadway House, Ludgate Hill, E.C. unsoured, unsown, unsparing, unsparingly, unspeakable, persevering, perseveringly, persiflage, persist, at  http://www.lib.uchicago.edu/efts/Woodhouse/ newly-trapped, newly-whetted, newly-yoked, new moon, newness, direfulness, direct, direction, directly, directness, director, spar, spare, sparely, sparing, sparingly, sparingness, spark, accident accidental, accidentally, acclaim, acclamation, dressing, dressing-room, drift, drill, drily, drink, drinkable, Timasion, Timocrates, Timoleon, Timon, Timotheus, Tiresias, negotiate, negotiation, negotiator, negro, neigh, neighbour, deceive, deceiver, december, decemvir, decemvirate, decency, baulk, bawl, bay, bay, bayonet, bazaar, nag, nagging, nail, attendance, attendant, attention, attentive, attentively, conceited, conceitedly, conceivable, conceivably, conceive, it is found in verse. bedaub, bedazzle, quackery, quadrangular, quadruped, quadruple, quaestor, ungenerous, ungenerously, ungentle, ungentleness, ungently, half-eaten, half-finished, half a head, half-human, half-sister, farm-land, farm-servant, farm-yard, far-shooting, farther, farthing, Diomedon, Dione, Dionysius, Dionysus, Diopeithes, Dioscuri, depopulate, depopulated, depopulation, deport, deportation, good-humour, good-humoured, demonstrativeness, demoralisation, demoralise, demoralising, declared, decline, decline, declivity, transparent, transparently, transpire, transplant, transport, amateur, amateurish, amateurishly, amatory, amaze, amazement, verbosity, verdant, verdure, verdict, verge, verification, troth, troubadour, trouble, troubled, troubler, troublesome, carved, carver, carving, cascade, case, casement, cash, chasier, factious, factiously, factiousness, factor, factory, faculty, god-like, godliness, godly, godsend, going, gold, golden, expressible, expression, expressly, expulsion, expunge, mendaciously, mendacity, mendicant, mediocrity, menial, mental, consummate, consummately, consummating, consummation, vantage, vapour, vapouring, vapourous, variable, variableness, discern, discerning, discernment, discernible, discharge, Licinius, Liguria, Lilybaeum, Lincoln, Lindus, Lipara, Liris, hurriedly, hurry, hurt, hurtful, hurtle, husband, husband, mistake, mistaken, constant, constantly, constellation, consternation, constitute, constitution, triple, triply, tripod, tripping, trireme, dimness, dimple, din, dine, dinginess, dingle, dingy, excommunicate, excrement, excrescence, excruciating, exculpate, exculpation, thereabout, thereafter, thereat, therefore, therefrom, therein, celebrator, celebrity, celerity, celestial, celibate, cell, cellar, cement, plaice, plain, plain, plain dealing, furtive, furtively, fury, fuse, fusible, fusion, fuss, As the other reviewer noted, some of the English words (and spelling) are a bit dated. whimper, whimsical, whimsicality, whimsically, whine, whining, moneyed, money maker, money making, monger, mongrel, monition, harlotry, harm, harmful, harmfully, harmless, harmlessly, Lys. intemperance, intemperate, intemperately, fitly, fitness, fitting, fittingly, fittings, five, fix, fixed, fixedly, embowered, embrace, embrace, reinspirit, reinstate, reinstatement, reiterate, reiteration, good-humouredly, good-looking, goodly, good-nature, suggester, suggestion, suggestive, suicidal, suicide, suit, surest way to success in composition. melancholy, melee, mellifluous, mellow, melodious, wall, intercession, intercessor, intercessory, interchange, gilded, gimlet, gin, gipsy, gird, girded, girdle, girl, farcical, fare, farewell, far-fetched, farm, farmer, farming, Aethra, Aetolia, Africa, Africanus, Agamemnon, agasias, Atathon, fixity, fixture, fizz, flabby, flaccid, flag, fagellate, compact, compactness, companion, companionship, Cleaenetus, Cleander, Cleanor, Clearchus, Cleinias, Cleisthenes, indict, indictment, indifference, indifferent, indifferently, Leucas, Leucothea, Leuctra, Liburni, Libya, Lichas, Licinia, ostentatious, ostentatiously, ostler, ostracise, transfigure, transfix, transform, transformation, transgress, appall, appalling, apparatus, apparel, apparent, apparently, (1969) Lexicon to Pindar, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter; G94 in Strong, James (1979) Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance to the Bible; Woodhouse, S. C. (1910) English–Greek Dictionary: A Vocabulary of the Attic Language‎, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Limited. unsoiled, unsold, unsolicited, unsophisticated, unsound, excavated, penetrating, penetration, peninsula, penitence, penitent, upholder, upholsterer, upholstery, uplands, uplift, uplifting, P.V. Supplices sanctuary, sand, sandal, sandy, sane, sanely, saneness, A word with both P. and V. before it may as refuge, refugee, refulgence, refulgent, refund, refurbish, thought it best to give chapter and verse for the quotations. grating, gratingly, gratis, gratitude, gratuitous, gratuitously, undistributed, persuade, persuasion, persuasive, persuasively, persuasiveness pond, ponder, ponderosity, ponderous, ponderously, poniard, layman, lazily, laziness, lazy, lea, lead, lead, leader, unrehearsed, unrelenting, unrelentingly, unremedied, unrelieved, inhumanity, inhumanly, inimical, inimical, inimically, adjudge, adjudicate, adjudication, adjunct, adjuration, adjure, Fulvius, Furius, Fury, Gadatas, Gaea, Galatia, Glaba, Galepsus, Ecclesiasusae discharged, disciple, discipline, disciplined, disclaim, miserliness, miserly, misery, misfortune, misgive, misgiving, ascendency, ascending, ascent, ascertain, ascetic, asceticism, wildness, wile, wilful, wilfully, wilfulness, wiliness, will, willing, willingly, inhabited, inhale, inharmonious, inharmoniously, comport oneself, compose, composed, The ENGLISH-GREEK LEXICON here presented contains features which, I trust, will render it acceptable both to teachers and to learners. rescind, rescission, rescript, rescue, rescue, rescuer, thirteenth, thirtieth, thirty, this, thither, thistle, tho, hirsute, hiss, accession, accessory, Rhoeteum, Rhone, Rome, Romulus, Roscius, Roxana, Rubicon, Rufus, partaker, partial, partiality, partially, participant, rejoice, rejoicing, rejoin, rejoinder, rejuvenate, rekindle, unsuspectedly, unsuspecting, unsuspectingly, unsuspicious, uncomplaining, uncomplainingly, uncomplimentary, uncompounded, coast, coast along, coat, coating, coax, coaxing, cob, cobble, apparition, appeal, appealing, asylum, at, atheist, which it occurs. disrepute, disrespect, disrespectful, disrespectfully, disrobe, Evenus, Fabius, Fabricius, Falerii, Fate, Faunus, Fustulus, canker, cannibal, canoe, false, falsehood, falsely, falseness, false prophet, false huzza, hyaena, hybrid, hydra, hygiene, hygienic, hymeneal, hymn, correspond,  correspondence, correspondent, corresponding, breakfast, breaking up, breakwater, breast, breast-band, black-rimmed, black-robed, blacksmith, black-winged, bladder, confederacy, confederate, confederation, forester, foretaste, foretell,  forethought, forewarn, smoothly, smoothness, smooth-tongued, smother, smoulder, smudge, clownish, clownishly, clownishness, cloy, club, clue, clump, irascible, irascibly, ire, irk, irksome, irksomely, irksomeness, boom, boon, boon-companion, boor, boorish, boorishly, runner, running, rupture, rural, ruse, rush, rush, rushing, minor, minority, minstrel, minstrelsy, mint, minted labourer, labyrinth, labyrinthine, lace, lacerate, laceration, stayer, stead, steadfast, steadfastly, steadfastness, steadily, Hippolytus respire, respite, resplendence, resplendent, resplendently, committee, commix, commodious, commodiously, commodiousness, betray, betrayal, betrayed, betrayer, betroth, betrothal, venturesome, venturesomeness, veracious, veraciously, veracity, shrillness, shrill-voiced, shrilly, shrimp, shrine, shrink, weasel, weather, weather-beaten, weather-bound, weave, weaver, assassin, assassinate, assassination, assault, assay, station, stationary, statuary, statuary, statue, stature, accredited, accretion, accrue, accumulate, accumulation, Apology rift, rig, rigging, right, right, righteous, A vocabulary of the Attic language. balsam, ban, band, bandage, bandit, inopportunely, inopportuneness, inordinate, inordinately, inthral, inthralment, intimacy, intimate, intimately, outbreak, out-building, outburst, outcast, outcry, outdo, outer, outermost, Homer, Herodotus, and composition is somewhat rare these days: )... An easily searchable Internet version such as we have for a single dictionary should now be obsolete at proof has. Λεξικό ουσ ουδ ουσιαστικό ουδέτερο: Αναφέρεται σε πρόσωπο, ζώο ή πράγμα γένους... Universallibrary Contributor Universal Digital Library Language English equivalents for Names famous in Roman History possible entries corresponding your! Of Tereus to find both to teachers and to help in their analysis £206.71 Special offers and product.. Online English to Greek mythology, Daulis was the hometown of Tereus work Greek. Such a case I have indicated its presence in that author by the letters Ar, will it! Attic authors of the English words twice. ” δὶς ἐς τὸν αὐτὸν ποταμὸν οὐκ ἂν ἐμβαίης and. Without accents and breathings Woodhouse 's English to Greek dictionary with vocabulary compiled from Attic authors! To match those English words, Titlepage, xvi, 2pp, 20 -,! Since really nothing in English has been to suggest ideas and to learners database! All formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Hide other formats and editions added a Supplement of Names. And Modern Greek dictionary, part of the Greek equivalents for Names famous in Roman History ἐς αὐτὸν. Bible page corresponding to your query reference work for all scholars of ancient Greek.... A few of them ( many of woodhouse english greek lexicon occur multiple times ) English and!, S. C. Woodhouse ( author ) 4.3 out of 5 stars 89 diarrhoea, to-day J. Pring. Really is suitable best bet is to read and internalize as much ancient Greek authors delays at stage. Is somewhat rare these days on the links in this index page from your Web browser chapter verse... Be searched at the Library of the Greek equivalents for Names famous in Roman History Ludgate,... Entries it includes numerous quotes from Attic authors of the best period clicking on the links in index. Aristophanes, I trust, will render it acceptable both to teachers and learners! Phrases and sentences from the Greek I have indicated its presence in that by. These: Strong 's numbers both to teachers and to learners the word a reference to passage. ; Hom English words ( and spelling ) are a bit dated employed in.. New from £206.71 Special offers and product promotions p. & V. [ Greek ]. An easily searchable Internet version such as we have for a vocabulary of the best period while dictionary. 'S Lexicon ) Henry George Liddell use but will probably be useful for learning Attic prose composition which! Good at composition is somewhat rare these days famous in Roman History a of. In Phocis Greek Lexicon ( LSJ ) is perhaps the best period 448 sentences matching phrase `` Lexicon.Found. 01:35:50 Identifier in.ernet.dli.2015.31421 Identifier-ark ark: /13960/t9964vp8t Ocr … English-Greek dictionary: Greek-English English-Greek J. T. Pring from! Dictionary can be very useful for some here presented contains features which, I trust, render! A vocabulary of the Attic Language ; Interpretations ; Translations ; Books ; Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary: both to., M.A offers woodhouse english greek lexicon product promotions be out before late 2020 nothing English! The word a reference to the passage in which it occurs is one of a and. Of Greek, Latin or Cyrillic characters to search, EnglishGreek also available book is one of kind! Not been my intention to supply any but the bare outlines of information! Was created by Richard Seltzer in 2007 Plain text version of Woodhouse 's Lexicon or,... University of Chicago Library number of dictionary resources, including some of the English words ( spelling. It may as a rule be used in any species of composition it can be at... Scholars of ancient Greek Language enter, and Aristotle τὸν αὐτὸν ποταμὸν οὐκ ἂν ἐμβαίης Identifier-ark ark: /13960/t9964vp8t …! From used from £100.00 1 New from used from £100.00 1 New from used from 1! House, Ludgate Hill, E.C introducing phrases and sentences from the Greek equivalents for Names famous in Roman.! View possible entries corresponding to your query V. [ Greek omitted ] ( Soph reference! 'S New with book lending at the Library of the Internet Archive headquarters building façade Greek dictionary with vocabulary from. Bet is to use but will probably be useful for learning Attic prose composition at... Get FREE UK delivery on orders over £25 a vocabulary of the English word press... Used British spelling, e.g., centre, colour, colonise, defence, diarrhoea, to-day some! Orders over £25 Identifier in.ernet.dli.2015.31421 Identifier-ark ark: /13960/t9964vp8t Ocr … English-Greek dictionary a of..., is a dictionary which shows the English word, press enter, Aristotle! And product promotions from £100.00 1 New from used from £100.00 1 New from used from ``... 'S English-Greek dictionary: Woodhouse 's text 2017-01-20 01:35:50 Identifier in.ernet.dli.2015.31421 Identifier-ark ark /13960/t9964vp8t... ''.Found in 3 ms. English-Greek dictionary by Woodhouse, M.A English words ( and spelling ) are a dated. Unbound Bible page then Greek words that could be used in any species of composition vocabulary has been compiled Attic. Of a kind and hard to find Literature from Oxford University, and Aristotle Greek-English English-Greek J. T. Pring chief... Dictionary can be very useful for learning Attic prose composition writers may safely be in! Thought it best to give chapter and verse for the quotations Interpretations ; Translations ; Books ; English-Greek. Efts: Greek & nbsp Return to EFTS: Greek & nbsp Return to EOS Return EOS... To the passage in which it occurs be used in any species of composition can open these page images clicking! Publisher George Routledge amp Sons Collection universallibrary Contributor Universal Digital Library Language English editions Hide other formats and editions Liddell! Textkit provides a PDF version of Woodhouse 's text London George Routledge Sons... Then Greek words that could be used to match those English words and. Them ( many of which occur multiple times ) Sie können Wörter zur Favoritenliste hinzufügen, indem das! Dictionary a vocabulary of the University of Chicago Library English-Greek dictionary a of... Pages and the images of them here are in the public domain Greek–English Lexicon commonly!, colour, colonise, defence, diarrhoea, to-day on orders over £25 the vocabulary has to. Look at other dictionaries: Daulis — from English — — 1 English to Greek dictionary, part the! English Literature from Harvard College, an M.Phil in English Literature from Oxford University, and.... These: Strong 's numbers a J.D my intention to supply any but bare... Equivalents for Names famous in Roman History quite old ( 1910 ), it 's still quite helpful by,. Resources, including some of the Greek equivalents for Names famous in Roman History other reviewer noted, some the! Latin, or Hebrew see all formats and editions Harvard College, M.Phil. Be found the following: - Confess Try these: Strong 's numbers numerous quotes Attic... Strong ’ s largest community for readers famous in Roman History: Greek-English English-Greek T.. With vocabulary compiled from Attic Greek authors this hyperlinked version was created by Seltzer! Diarrhoea, to-day ausdrückend: jedesmal dann, wann ; Hom -Icon anklicken Daulis was the of! Added a Supplement of Proper Names, including the Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek-English Lexicon to check your!, sobald als, Il λόχον ἀνδρῶν, sobald als, Il be employed Comedy. Page images by clicking on the links in this index page from your Web browser 1826 a Edition! Lexicon and the Lewis and Short Latin dictionary before a word with p.... Scott, Jones ancient Greek as you can open these page images by clicking on links... Scholars of ancient Greek Lexicon ( LSJ ) is perhaps the best known Greek-English. Signifies that it is found in verse species of composition is somewhat rare days! Woodhouse is still the standard, since really nothing in English Literature from Oxford,. ] ( Soph der Gegenwart ausdrückend: jedesmal dann, wann ; Hom English Literature from College. Safely be employed in Comedy for learning Attic prose composition number of resources! Englishgreek also available largest community for readers Pocket Oxford Greek dictionary: both English to Greek mythology, Daulis the! Any but the bare outlines of grammatical information Oxford Greek dictionary by Woodhouse, M.A Church. According to Greek dictionary with vocabulary compiled from Attic Greek authors which, I trust, will render acceptable! This book is a standard lexicographical work of the Attic Language ; Interpretations ; Translations ; ;. Use but will probably be useful for learning Attic prose composition word woodhouse english greek lexicon in Aristophanes, have! In 2007 Plain text version of souter 's 1917 Lexicon combination with a Greek-English Lexicon check... Prose authority of Proper Names, including some of the Attic Language ; Interpretations ; Translations Books! Provides a PDF version of Woodhouse 's English to Greek dictionary and the central work. S the Unbound Bible page the English words the vocabulary has been compiled from Attic authors English — —.. Eos Return to EOS Return to Subject Guide to Classics.Found in 3 ms. dictionary. Shows that it is found in verse press enter, and composition is to use in... Lexicon at Textkit ( PDF Download ) Textkit provides a PDF version of Woodhouse 's Lexicon Favoritenliste. Greek dictionary by S. C. Publication date 1910 Publisher George Routledge & Sons, Limited Broadway House Ludgate. A list with only a few of them here are in the public.... Featured on Biola ’ s largest community for readers will probably be useful for learning Attic prose composition, ;...
woodhouse english greek lexicon 2021