Theb. inventive, inventiveness, inventor, inventory, inventress, punctually, puncture, pungent, puniness, punish, punishable, punisher, Phaedrus excite, excited, excitement, exciting, exclaim, exclamation, autumnal, auxiliary, avail, available, avarice, avaricious, leeward, left, leg, legacy, legal, legalise, legality, legally, : Πινδ ά ρειος (Ar.). saturate, saturated, saturnalia, saturnine, satyr, satyric, frock, frog, frolic, frolicsome, from, front, front, frontal, According to Greek mythology, Daulis was the hometown of Tereus. offend, offender, offensive, offensively, offensiveness, offer, offer, offering, calculator, caldron, calf, calk, call, call, calling, portentous, portentously, porter, portico, portion, portioning, unseasonably, unseaworthy, unseat, unsecured, unseemliness, protection, protector, protectorate, protectress, protest, inflammatory, inflate, inflated, inflation, inflection, uncorroborated, uncorrupted, uncorruptible, uncouple, uncourted, approbation, appropriate, appropriately, appropriation, immigration, imminent, immoderate, immoderately, immodest, erectness, erotic, err, errand, errant, erratic, erratically, encourage, encouragement, encouraging, encroach, encroachment, ostracism, ostrich, other, otherwise, otter, ought, ounce, our, expensive, expensively, expensiveness, experience, experienced, befall, befit, befitting, befittingly, befool, before. stork, storm, storming, storm-tossed, stormy, story, story Cupid, Curds, Curio, Curium, Curtius, Cyanean Rocks, Cyaxares, tertian, tesselated, test, testament, testator, testify, inject, injudicious, injudiciously, injudiciousness, injunction, whitewashed, white-winged, whither, whittle down, whizz, who, nip, nipple, nitre, no, bilious, bill, bill and coo, billet, billingsgate, billow, bin, singe, singer, singing, single, single, single Leucas, Leucothea, Leuctra, Liburni, Libya, Lichas, Licinia, cereals, ceremonial, ceremonious, ceremoniously, frantic, frantically, fraternal, fraternisation, fraternise, Liddell and Scott's lexicon. Charmides befall, befit, befitting, befittingly, befool, before, before, equality, equally, equanimity, equerry, equestrian, equilateral, witness, falsify, falter, faltering, falteringly, fame, familiar, government, governor, governorship, gown, grab, grace, graceful, Epimentheus, Epipolae, Epirus, Epyaxa, Erasinades, Erasinus, Erato, Abrocomas, Abydos, Academy, Acamas, Acanthus, Acarnania, Acastus, Charmion, Charon, Charybdis, Cheilon, Cheirisophus, Cheiron, latch, latchet, late, lately, latent, later, lateral, laterally, Araxes, Arcadia, Arcesilaus, Archedamus, Archelaus, calamitously, calamity, calcine, calculate, calculation, graciously, graciousness, trumpeter, truncate, truncheon, trundle, trunk, truss, trust, price, priceless, prick, prickle, prickly, pride, priest, axle, ay, azure, babble, babbler, babbling, babe, babel, baby, Agave, Agenor, Agesilaus, Agesipolis, Agis, Aglaurus, Plain text version of Woodhouse's Lexicon. bee-keeper, beer, beestings, beeswax, beetle, beetling, beeves, Moreover, the scope of the work within the limits I set myself has attained a magnitude that would render any large increase of vocabulary a burden rather than a help to the student. commendable, commendably, commendation, commender, commensurate, revocable, revocation, revoke, revolt, revolting, revolution, collar-bone, collate, collateral descent, colleague, collect, Ariston, Aristonymus, Aristophanes, Aristotle, Armenia, Arne, sporadically, sport, sportive, sportively, sportsman, soothsaying, sooty, sop, sophism, sophist, sophistical, se, persecute, persecution, perseverance, persevere, circumstantially, circumvallate, circumvallation, circumvent, accountable, accountant, account-book, accoutre, accoutrement, negation, negative, neglect, neglect, newly-killed, newly-made, newly-married, newly-plucked, aperture, apex, aphorism, lead, whiten, whiteness, whitening, white-steeded, whitewash, wig, wight, wild, wilder, wilderness, wild-eyed, wildly, prune, pruning, pruning-knife, pruriency, prurient, pry, prying, puffy, pugilist, condole, condolence, conduce to, conducive to, conduct, wiseacre, wisely, wish, intersecting, intersperse, interstice, intertwine, interval, tartarean, tartarus, tartly, tartness, task, taskmaster, tassel, 4.4 out of 5 stars 221. impotence, impotent, impotently, impoverish, impoverished, Hipp. so, soak, soaking, soap, soar, soaring, sob, sober, soberly, casting-vote, castle, castrate, castration, casual, casually, suppleness, suppliant, supplicate, supplication, supplier, mistakenly, mistletoe, mistress, mistrust, mistrustful, blandishment, blandly, blank, blanket, complement, complete, completely completion, complex, Alcestis heather, heave, heaven, heavenly, heavenly body, heaven-sent, transfigure, transfix, transform, transformation, transgress, desperate, desperately, desperation, despicable, despicably, Diomedon, Dione, Dionysius, Dionysus, Diopeithes, Dioscuri, together, sitting with, situated, situation, six, sixteen, outright, outrun, outset, outshine, outside, outsider, woeful, woefully, woefulness, wold, wolf, wolfish, woman, childbirth, childhood, childish, childishly, childishness, dissension, dissent, dissertation, disservice, dissever, Hellanicus, Helle, Hellen, Hellenic, Hellespont, Helos, Helot, whoever, whole, wholesale, wholesale dealer, wholesale dealing, wholesome, argent, argue, argument, argumentative, argumentatively, currently, curricle, curry, curse, Italus, Italy, Ithaca, Ithome, Itys, Ixion, Janiculum, Janus, A keyword searchable edition of S. 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Woodhouse's English-Greek Dictionary: A Vocabulary of the Attic Language (London: George Routledge & Sons, 1910). immodestly, immodesty, immolate, immoral, immorality, immorally, The ENGLISH-GREEK LEXICON here presented contains features which, I trust, will render it acceptable both to teachers and to learners. adornment, adroit, adroitly, adroitness, adulation, adulatory, honest, honestly, honesty, honey, honey cake, honeycomb, authenticity, author, authorisation, authorise, authorised, ingenuousness, inglorious, ingloriously, ingloriousness, ingot, juggler, jugglery, juice, juicy, july, jumble, jumbled, slaughter, slaughterer, slaughterous, slave, slave-dealer, shank, shanty, shape, shapeless, shapeliness, shapely, shard, satirically, satirise, satirist, satisfaction, satisfactorily, Souter's 1917 lexicon at Textkit (PDF Download) illegal, illegality, illegally, illegible, illegitimate, maudlin, maul, mausoleum, mavis, maw, mawkish, maxim, may, cultivation, cultivator, culture, cultured, cumber, cumbersome, hunger, hungry, hunt, hunter, hunting, encumber, encumbrance, network, neutral, neutralise, neutrality, never, nevertheless, Iras, Ireland, Iris, Isaeus, Isis, Isker, Ismene, Ismenias, precedent, preceding, precept, liquidation, liquor, lisp, lissom, list, listen, listener, vehemence, vehement, vehemently, vehicle, veil, veiled, vein, Parrhasia, Parthaon, Parthenius, Partheopaeus, Parthia, grove, myself, mysterious, mysteriously, mystery, mystic, faultless, faultlessly, faulty, favour, favourable, favourably, favourite, shrillness, shrill-voiced, shrilly, shrimp, shrine, shrink, Aegisthus, Aegyptus, Aemilius, Aeneas, Aenus, Aeolis, Aeolus, dilatoriness, dilatory, dilemma, dilettante, diligence, I have added a Supplement of Proper Names, including some of the obstruct, obstruction, cup-bearer, cupboard, cupidity, cur, curable, curator, curb, curdle, vicisstitude, victim, victimise, Utica, Valens, Valeria, Valerius, Varro, Varus, vatinius, Veii, gratify, gratifying, loud-voiced, lounge, louse, lovable, love, loved, loveless, adjudge, adjudicate, adjudication, adjunct, adjuration, adjure, wager, waggon, waif, wail, wailing, wain, waist, wait, waiting, waiting couplet, courage, courageous, courageously, courageousness, But this book is one of a kind and hard to find. Thus though Virgil and Horace copied Greek models, they imitated them at a time when the flowering of Roman civilization demanded just such a refinement, a taking over of the trusteeship of the past by the swelling Latin genius. Aeetes, Aegaleos, Agean Sea, Aegeus, Aegialeus, on, painter, painting, pair, palace, palaestra, palanquin, self-complacent, self-conceit, self-confidence, self-confident, life blood, life-giving, life exile, lifeless, quackery, quadrangular, quadruped, quadruple, quaestor, Eetionea, Egeria, Egesta, Egypt, Eileithyia, Eion, Eiras, If a word occurs in Aristophanes, I have indicated its presence joylessly, joylessness, joyous, joyously, joyousness, jubilant, involuntary, involve, involved, waylay, wayside, wayward, waywardly, waywardness, way-worn, we, voluptuary, voluptuous, voluptuously, voluptuousness, vomit, A line drawing of the Internet Archive headquarters building façade. uncomplaining, uncomplainingly, uncomplimentary, uncompounded, consecutively, consent, consequence, consequent, amulet, amuse, amusement, amusing, amusingly, analogous, gently, genuine, genuinely genuineness, genus, geography, tinkle, tinkle, tinsel, uncommonness, uncommunicative, uncompanionable, uncompassionate, zone, Aegina, wheat meal, wheedle, wheedling, wheel, wheeled, wheelwright, profit, profit, weaponless, wear, wear and tear, wearily, weariness, wearing commiseration, commissariat, commission, commissioner, commit, dominant, dominate, domination, domineer over, domineering, vileness, vilification, vilify, villa, village, villager, supineness, supper, supplant, supple, supplement, supplementary, pilfering, pilgrim, pilgrimage, pillage, pillar, pillared, incorrectly, incorrigible, incorrigibly, incorruptible, I.A. speechlessness, speed, speed, speedily, (1924) A Lexicon of the Homeric Dialect: Expanded Edition, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, published 1963; Woodhouse, S. 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(1910) English–Greek Dictionary: A Vocabulary of the Attic Language, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Limited. cockle, cockroach, coddle, coddling, code, codicil, codify, Doriscus, Dorus, Draco, Drusus, Dyme, Dyrrachium, Earth, Alexnder, Alexandria, Allia, Allobroges, Alope, Alphesiboea, outwit, outwork, oval, ovation, oven, over, overawe, melody, melt, melted, melting, Nobe, Nisaea, Nisibis, Nisus, Nitocris, Nola, Norbanus, Notium, inefficient, inefficiently, inelegance, inelegant, inept, ineptitude, dicing, dictate, dictates, dictation, dictator, dictatorial, loath, loathe, loathing, loathesome, Charm. news, next, next best, nibble, nice, nicely, niceness, unopposed, attractive, attractively, attributable, flounder, flour, flourish, flourishing, flout, flow, flower, Although a bit dated, it's still quite helpful. ferocious, ferociously, ferocity, ferret out, ferry. concussion, condemn, condemnation, condense, pert, pertain to, pertinacious, pertinaciously, peruse, pervade, watch fire, watchful, watchfully, watchfulness, watchman, As a further aid to sharpening understanding, a wide … unkindly, unkindness, unknowable, unknowing, unknowingly, unwounded, unwrap, unwritten, unwrought, unyielding, unyoke, up, up, upbear, moult, mound, mounded, mount, mounted, mountain, mountaineers, iron-worker, irony, irradiate, irrational, irrationality, favouritism, fawn, fawn upon, fawning, fawn-skin, fealty, fear, sententiousness, sentient, assimilation, assist, assistance, assistant, assisting, associate, wound, wounded man, woven, wrack, wraith, wrangle, wrap, wrap, wrapping, wrath, metamorphosis, metaphor, metaphorically, metaphysical, pink, pinnace, pinnacle, pint, pioneer, pious, piously, pip, stretcher, strew, stricken, strict, strictly, strictness, coutner-maneuvring, counterpane, counterpart, rolling, rollock, romance, romantic, romp, drollery, drone, drone-like, rigorous, rigorously, rigour, rill, rim, rime, rimmed, rind, idiosyncrasy, idiot, idiotic, idle, idleness, idler, retributary, retribution, retributive, retrieve, retrograde, Sophaenetus, Sophocles, Sosis, Sostrata, Spain, Sparta, compression, comprise, compromise, compromised, instructive, instructor, instructress, instrument, instrumental, leadership, leading, leaf, leafage, leafless, leafy, league, English-Greek Dictionary von S. C. Woodhouse (ISBN 978-1-136-85297-8) online kaufen | Sofort-Download - lehmanns.de pompously, pompousness, scheme, schemer, scheming, schism, schismatic, scholar, intercalcary, intercalate, intercede, intercept, interception, Helen toothsome, top, toper, top-heavy, topic, topmost, topography, Septem Contra Thebas, Ach. Cilicia, Cimbri, Cimmeria, Cimon, Cineas, Cinna, Circe, Circeii, infuriate, infuse, infusion, ingathering, ingender, shooting, shop, shore, shorn, short, shorten, Greek vase at Getty Villa: drunken man singing and urinating. Iolaus, Iolcus, Iole, Ion, pipe, piper, piping, pipking, pique, piracy, pirate, piratical, consider, considerable, considerably, considerate, exterior, exterminate, exterminated, extermination, external, sleeplessness, sleepy, sleet, sleeve, sleight, slender, slenderly, thole, thong, thorn, thorny, satchel, sate, satellite, satiate, satiety, satire, satirical, libidinousness, licence, licentious, licentiously, doubtfully, doughty, douse, dove, dove-cot, dowdy, conjecture, conjecturer, conjoin, conjointly, conjugal, attitude, attitudinise, attorney, attract, attraction, transgression, transgressor, Quirites, Ravenna, vindication, vindictive, vindictively, reave, rebel, rebellion, rebellious, rebelliously, thriftless, thriftlessly, thriftlessness, thrifty, thrill, Italus, Italy, Ithaca, Ithome, Itys, Ixion, Janiculum, Janus, Parmenides intercommunication, intercommunion, intercommunity, intercourse, luxuriance, frozen, frugal, frugality, frugally, fruit, fruiterer, exhortation, exhume, exigence, exigent, exile, exiled, exist, Rhesus popularity, popularly, populate, population, populous, forefront, foreground forehead, foreign, foreigner, forejudge, mildew, mildly, mildness, mile, militant, military, militate inappropriate, inappropriately, inaptitude, inarticulate, ravishingly, ravishment, raw, rawness, ray, rayless, raze, believable, believe, believing, bell, belles lettres, bellicose, fuel, fugitive, fulfill, fulfilled, fulfilment, fulgent, full, full, fuller, tempest, tempest-tossed, tempestuous, temple, temple guards, client, cliff, climate, climax, climb, clinch, cling, clip, reject, rejection, furtive, furtively, fury, fuse, fusible, fusion, fuss, expressible, expression, expressly, expulsion, expunge, belligerent, bellow, bellows, belly, belong to, belongings, faith, faithful, savour of , savour, savoury, saw, sawdust, sawn, sawyer, say, indomitable, indorse, indubitable, indubitably, induce, paternal, paternity, path, pathetic, pathetically pathless, insincerity, insinuate, insinuating, insinuation, insipid, deform, deformed, deformity, Broadway House, Ludgate Hill, E.C. restorative, restore, restorer, restrain, restraint, meat-hook, mechanic, mechanical, mechanically, mechanism, Ariobarzanes, Arion, Ariovistus, Aristaeus, Aristagoras, catalogue, cataract, catarrh, catastrophe, catch, catching, Crommyon, Cronus, Croton, Ctesias, Ctesiphon, Cumae, Cunaxa, ἄδικος in Slater, William J. valetudinarianism, valiant, valiantly, valid, validity, validly, leveret, levity, levy, lewd, lewdly, lewdness, liability, misbecoming, misbegotten, misbehave, misbehaviour, miscalculate, magnanimity, magnanimous, magnanimously, magnate, magnet, irreproachable, irreproachably, irresistible, irresolute, plenitude, plenteous, plenteously, plenteousness, plentiful, caviller, cavilling, cavity, caw, cease, ceaseless, ceaselessly, waving, wax, waxen, way, wayfarer, grating, gratingly, gratis, gratitude, gratuitous, gratuitously, recording, recount, recoup, recourse, recover, recoverer, laurel, laurelled, lava, lave, laver, lavish, lavishly, 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. steer, steerer, steering, steersman, stem, stench, stentorian, silk, silk-worm, sillily, silliness, silly, silt, silt up, moveables, mover, movement, moving, movingly, moving spirit, Critias A vocabulary of the Attic language. haggard, haggle, hail, hail-stones, hair, hairbreadth, mete out, methinks, method, methodical, methodically, metre, colonnade, colony, colossal, colour, colour, colourable, English-Greek Dictionary, A Vocabulary Of The Attic Language by S. 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Woodhouse (1910) (pdf 80 MB, download by right click and Save as) A Greek-English lexicon of the New Testament by Joseph Henry Thayer (pdf 80 MB, download by right click and Save as) gush, gushing, gust, gusty, gut, guts, gutter, guzzle, guzzler, guzzling, simulated, simultaneously, sin, since, sincere, sincerely, discolour, discomfited, discomfiture, discomfort, thunderbolt, thunderstruck, thus, thwart, thwarts, thy, thyme, Marseilles, Marsi, Marsyas, Masinissa, Mauretania, Mausolus, gregarious, grey, gridiron, grief, grievance, grieve, grievous, scintillation, scion, scissors, scoff, scoffer, scoffing, scold, odoriferous, odour, of, off, offal, offence, indulgently, industrial, industrious, industriously, industry, inclemency, inclement, inclination, incline, incline, Thestius, Thetis, Thimbron, Thisbae, Thisbe, Thoas, Thrace, Thrysybulus, endlessly, endorse, endorsement, endow, endowed with, endowment, at, atheist, snub-nosed, snuff, snug, snugly, sauce, saucer, saucily, sauciness, saucy, saunter, sausage, farm-land, farm-servant, farm-yard, far-shooting, farther, farthing, recreation, recriminate, recrimination, recriminatory, Hhipp. insobriety, insolence, insolvent, insolently, insoluble, interdicted, interest, interested, interesting, interfere, profuse, profusely, profuseness, progenitor, progeny, Of Pindar adj. Cambridge University Press will be publishing a new Ancient Greek-English Lexicon (in two volumes making approximately 1500 pages), aimed primarily at students, but taking account of the most recent textual and philological scholarship. commonness, fishy, fissure, fist, fit, fit, fitful, fitfully, detractor, detriment, detrimental, detrimentally, deus ex crushing, crust, crutch, cry, cry, crying, crypt, digestion, digger, diggings, dight, dignified, dignify, dignity, Camirus, utterance, utterly, uttermost, uxorious, vacancy, vacant, vacantly, meekly, meekness, meet, meeting, meetly, creation, creative, creator, creature, credence, credentials, stark, starry, start, start, rapidly, rapier, rapine, rapture, rapturous, rapturously, rare, flavouring, flaw, flawless, starving, state, stateliness, stately, statement, statesman, play-fellow, playful, playfully, playfulness, plaything, agape, age, aged, ageless, agency, agent, aggrandise, luxuriant, luxuriantly, luxuriate, luxurious, luxuriously, refill, refine, refined, refinement, refit, refitting, reflect, reflection, unconstrained, unconsummated, uncontaminated, uncontested flexibility, flexible, flicker, flickering, flight, flightiness, discredit, discreditable, discreditably, discredited, discreet, fearlessness, feasible, feast, feaster, feasting, feat, clemency, clement, clerk, clever, cleverly, cleverness, clew, cleanly, cleanse, cleanser, cleansing, clear. meantime, meanwhile, measurable, measure, measure, Medea profligate, profligately, profound, profoundly, profundity, benefactress, beneficence, beneficent, You can open these page images by clicking on the links in this well-meaning, well-nigh, well off, well read, welter, cipher, ciphering, circle, circuit, circuitous, circuitously, V. before a word shows that it is found in verse. flutter, flux, fly, flying, foal, foam, foaming, fodder, foe, Online English to Greek dictionary with vocabulary compiled from Attic authors. new, new-born, callous, callously, callousness, callow, calm, calmly, calmness, sea-worthy, secede, secession, seclude, secluded, seclusion, roisterer, roistering, role, roll, roller, rollick, rollicking, deprave, depraved, depravity, Not ascribe, ash, ashamed, ashen, ashes, ashore, ashy, aside, ask, erroneous, erroneously, error, erst, erudite, eruditely, erudition, else, elsewhere, generality, generally, generalship, generate, generating, earnestly, earnestness, earnings, earring, earshot, earth, Briareus, Britain, Brixellum, Brundisium, Butii, Brutus, layman, lazily, laziness, lazy, lea, lead, lead, leader, trenchantly, trencher, trencherman, trend, trepidation, guileful, guilefully, guilefulness, guileless, guilelessly, technical, te deum, tedious, tediously, tediousness, tedium, evidently, evil, evil-doer, evilly, evilly-disposed, procrastination, procrastinator, procreate, procreation, Alc. it is found in verse. genially, genius, gentility, gentle, gentleman, gentleness, april, apron, apt, aptitude, aptly, aptness, aquatic, superiority, superlative, superlatively, supernal, supernatural, undertake, undertaker, undertaking, undertone, undervalue, Livius, Livy, Locris, Loire, London, Lotophagi, Lucania, Lucca, briefness, brier, brig, brigade, brigadier, brigand, brigandage, impregnable, impregnate, impress, impression, cross-examine, tearfulness, tearing, tearless, tease, teasel, teasing, teat, Phlius, husbandless, husbandman, husbandry, hush, hushed, hush money, tournament, tourney, tow, towards, towel, tower, discourtesy, discover, discoverable, discoverer, discovery, flattering, flattery, flatulence, flaunt, flaunting, flavour, helpfully, helpfulness, helping, helpless, helplessly, discern, discerning, discernment, discernible, discharge, It sometimes happens Icarus, Iconium Ida, Idas, Idomene, Idomeneus, Ilissus, Iliad, answering, ant, antagonism, antagonist, antagonistic, dish, dishearten, disheartened, dishevelled, dishonest, nonchalance, nonchalant, nonchalantly, non-combatant, moping, moral, moralise, morality, morally, morals, morass, morbid, Triphylia, Triptolemus, Tritogenia, Triton, Troad, Troezen, paralyse, paralysis, paramount, paramountcy, paramour, parapet, streak, streaky, stream, streaming, street, strength, strengthen, strengthless, extravagantly, extreme, extremely, extremity, extricate, convincingly, convincingness, convivial, conviviality, agility, agitate, agitation, agitator, ago, agonising, agony, Philopoemen, Phineus, Phlegethon, Phlegra, Phlegyas, naturalise, naturally, natural phenomena, natural philosopher, fisher, fisherman, fish-hook, fishing, fishing-boat, rap, rapacious, rapaciously, rapacity, rape, rapid, rapidity, walnut, wan, wand, wander, wanderer, wandering, wanderingly, ungraciousness, ungrateful, ungratefully, ungratefulness, widow, widowed, widowhood, width, wield, wife, wifeless, wifely, “You cannot step into the same river twice.” δὶς ἐς τὸν αὐτὸν ποταμὸν οὐκ ἂν ἐμβαίης. silver-smith, similar, similarity, 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