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Base de données dictionnairiques latine

Hrsg. v. Centre Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium (CTLO), unter der Leitung von Paul Tombeur


Inhalt :: Content

Sammlung von einschlägigen historischen und modernen, ein- und zweisprachigen Wörterbüchern sowie Glossaren zur lateinischen Sprache.
Enthalten sind u.a.:

  • Dictionnaire latin-français des auteurs chrétiens
    (Turnhout, 1954, mit Addenda 1967) von Albert Blaise
  • Dictionnarius: Dictionnaire latin-français
    (entst. 1440, Turnhout, 1994) des Firminus Verris, hrsg. v. B. Merrilees und W. Edwards
  • Glossarium ad scriptores mediae et infimae Latinitatis
    (Paris, 1678 und Paris, 1840-1850) von Charles du Cange
  • Lexicon latinitatis medii aevi
    (Turnhout, 1975) von Albert Blaise
  • Lexicon Totius Latinitatis
    von Emilio Forcellini auf der Grundlage der von Fr. Corradini und J. Perin herausgegebenen 4. Auflage (Padua 1864-1887, Neudruck 1940-1941)
  • Anonymi Montepessulanensis Dictionarius: Le Glossaire latin-français du MS Montpellier H236
    hrsg. v. A. Grondeux
  • Glossarium gallico-latinum / Le Glossaire français-latin du MS Paris lat. 7684
    hrsg. v. Brian Merrilees (1998)
  • A Latin dictionary, founded on Andrews' edition of Freund's Latin dictionary
    hrsg. Charlton T. Lewis und Charles Short (Oxford, New York, 1879)
  • A glossary of Later Latin to 600 A.D.
    hrsg. v. Alexander Souter (Oxford 1957)
  • Dictionarius familiaris et compendiosus
    (ca. 1490, Turnhout 2002) von Guillaume Le Talleur

Database of Latin Dictionaries (DLD)

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The Library of Latin Texts, Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Aristoteles Latinus Database, Archive of Celtic-Latin Literature + Cross Database Searchtool und Database of Latin Dictionaries (DLD)

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Verlagsinformation :: Publisher's information

Because of its broad spectrum of dictionaries, the Database of Latin Dictionaries (DLD) offers an immediate overview of Latin vocabulary that no isolated dictionary can give. In order to cover all possible perspectives on Latin vocabulary, the DLD offers several kinds of dictionaries: defining and translating, thematic, medieval and early modern. Therefore, the DLD is a major tool both for students learning Latin and for experienced scholars.

The interface provides first-time users with a simple search option, while the more experienced can explore the advanced search possibilities where all kinds of words or expressions, Latin or Non-Latin, can be the object of complex queries using various criteria, singly or in combination.

Starting in 2005 with only two dictionaries, it has now grown into a large collection of 22 dictionaries. Each year at least one dictionary is added and various improvements are made to the existing ones. These improvements can be corrections to the original text, increased search possibilities or the addition of newly published addenda. The DLD strives to give its users the best and most up-to-date information.

Key features

  • 22 Dictionaries available
  • Academic responsibility: Centre "Traditio Litterarum Occidentalium"
  • Multilingual interface (English, French, German and Italian)
  • Search by Latin dictionary headwords or by non-Latin words (English, French, Spanish, Italian or German)
  • The DLD includes the Dictionary of Medieval Latin from British Sources (DMLBS).
  • The DMLBS provides online access to the complete printed version (©The British Academy, final fascicule published in December 2013)
  • The database presents the vocabulary of the Latin language as written in Britain and by Britons abroad from Gildas (AD 540) to Camden (1600).

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