English-Greek Dictionary A Vocabulary Of The Attic Language: S. C. Woodhouse : Free Download & Streaming: Internet Archive. The book A Vocabulary Of The Attic Language by S. C. Woodhouse () [pdf, download] has been converted into wiki format and with links. English-Greek Dictionary, Woodhouse's English to Greek Dictionary, part of the Woodhouse PDF, Again, a very large download, but be useful for some.
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English-Greek Dictionary A Vocabulary Of The Attic Language. by: S. C. Woodhouse dictionary provided on this page (I'm using the PDF) is excellent for locating the Greek terminology for English DOWNLOAD OPTIONS. English-greek Dictionary A Vocabulary Of The Attic Language. by: S. C. Woodhouse ronaldweinland.info: S. C. Woodhouse ronaldweinland.infoioned: dc ronaldweinland.infope: application/pdf Views. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS. The University of Chicago Library English-Greek Dictionary A Vocabulary of the Attic Language by S. C. WOODHOUSE, M.A.. Late Scholar of Christ Church.
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Access this site using the sidebar on the main page. Grammar sites Donald Mastronarde's online Greek tutorials are posted on the web at Berkeley; these are designed to accompany his beginning Greek textbook. Drills are available for pronunciation, accentuation, paradigms, etc. Woodhouse's English-to-Greek dictionary is an invaluable resource for prose composition, and the University of Chicago has now placed it online.
Follow with care the instructions for searching to produce the best results. Helma Dik's pdf Greek handouts at the University of Chicago are printable, compact summaries of topics and paradigms.
Literature sites both Greek and English Perseus , developed and housed at Tufts University, is an online "digital library" for all things classical, especially literature and archaeology. Many online texts here are hyperlinked to older commentaries, and "lookup tools" allow one to read texts in the classical languages online and use Perseus' electronic dictionaries for vocabulary assistance.
No downloads. The Internet Classics Archive provides some translations of ancient texts. Last reviewed: May 15, I have included in the vocabulary a few late Greek renderings of Latin words such as the names of the Roman magistracies, but have signified in each case that the word lies outside the sphere of classical Attic. I have not drawn upon Xenophon to any large extent, because his style is unfortunately vitiated by the admission of many un-Attic elements, and is therefore not a safe guide for budding composers.
In introducing phrases and sentences from the Greek I have thought it best to give chapter and verse for the quotations. Not only is the context so often essential for defining shades of meaning, but the constant reference to the best models is the surest way to success in composition.
It has not been my intention to supply any but the bare outlines of grammatical information. My chief aim has been to suggest ideas and to help in their analysis. I have marked quantities where no indication is given by position or accent, but not in the case of words used only in prose.
Page Image Acknowledgments are due to various works of reference, among which I may single out for mention, Veitch's Greek Verbs, and , above and before all, Liddell and Scott. Mistakes in orthography and accentuation are, I fear, inevitable in a work this size; but the proofs have been carefully revised, and I can only hope that the number of errors is not large. The abbreviations should cause no difficulty. A word with both P.