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||Register 3 page 10v||View||Littleton, Adam, 1627-1694.
||Linguae Latinae liber dictionarius
quadripartitus. : A Latin dictionary, in four parts. I. An English-Latine.
II. A Latine-classical. III. A Latine-proper. IV. A Latine-barbarous. Wherein
the Latine and English are adjusted, ... particularly, 1. In the English-latin,
more words and proprieties of our language, as now spoken, are set down, ...
2. In the Latine-classick, the etymologies, significations, and phrases are
fully and plainly, yet briefly, discoursed; together with the several kinds
and constructions of the verbs ... 3. In the Latine-proper, the expressions
of story, ... with two mapps, one of Italy, another of old Rome. 4. In the
Latine-barbarous, those words which through mistake of writing ... or by
ignorance or boldness of later authors have crept into the Latine, are
exposed and expounded. ... Of all which several performances, together with
considerable additions of new matter ... is given in the prefaces.
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