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The Bantam New College Latin & English Dictionary (original 1966; edition 1995)

by John Traupman

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Title:The Bantam New College Latin & English Dictionary
Authors:John Traupman
Info:Bantam (1995), Mass Market Paperback, 672 pages
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The New College Latin & English Dictionary by John C. Traupman (1966)

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This is the only remnant from my 3 years of high school Latin, back when I thought A) I was going to be a doctor, and B) I can improve my vocabulary by learning Latin. A didn’t happen when I realized I couldn’t stand looking at internal organs. B also didn’t happen because years 2 and 3 of Latin became odious translations of forum speeches, mostly Cicero. This dictionary sadly was no help with translating forum speeches. In fact, the Latin language is truly complex enough that a mere dictionary of this size is not realistic, i.e. not useful. Save the money and go buy something else more substantial. ( )
1 vote varwenea | Jul 5, 2013 |
Not a very good dictionary; go for Cassell's instead. ( )
  Audacity88 | Sep 25, 2010 |
Handy ( )
  Harrod | Nov 29, 2008 |
Yes, I know it's a very slim shot I'll ever use a Latin-English dictionary again. But Latin was such a strong point in my secondary and college education, I can't bear to get rid of the book. Maybe my boys will take Latin some day. Yeah, right. ( )
  burnit99 | Feb 24, 2007 |
This is one of the best tools for anyone who has previously studied Latin. ( )
  radstar121 | Nov 20, 2006 |
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A. abbr Aulus (Roman first name, praenomen);  (leg)  Absolvo I acquit;  (pol)  Antiquo  I vote "no" on the bill)
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A new edition features a comprehensive format, more than seventy thousand words and phrases, a classical and ecclesiastical pronunciation guide, and more.

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Presents over seventy thousand words and phrases in Latin and English and includes mythological, geographical, historical, and biographical references.

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