sympathetic, sympathetically, sympathise, sympathy, symphony, symptom, extirpate, extirpation, extol, extort, extorted, extortion, Euryelus, Eurydice, Eurylochus, Eurymachus, Eurymedon, tattoo, taunt, tavern, tavern keeper, tawdry, tawny, tax, jasper, jaundice, jaundiced, jaunty, javelin, javelin-man, jaw, disobey, disoblige disobliging, disorder, display, apportionment, apposite, appositely, appraise, appreciable, indistinguishably, indite, individual, individuality, anxious, anxiously, any, anyhow, any one, anything, anywhere, vomiting, voracioius, voraciously, voracity, vortex, votary, physical, physically, Calvinus, Calydon, Calypso, Camarina, Cambyses, Camillus, second-rate, secrecy, secret, secretary, secrete, secretive, ensconce oneself, enshrine, ensign, enslave, enslavement, yell, yellow, yelp, yelp, yeoman, yes, fluctuation, fluency, fluent, fluid, fluidity, flurry, flush, intimation, intimidate, intimidation, into, intolerable, value, valued, valueless, vamp up, vampire, van, vandalism, Hipp. watch fire, watchful, watchfully, watchfulness, watchman, incisively, incisiveness, incite, incitement, incivility, exactitude, exactly, exactness, exaggerate, exaggerated, suffocate, suffocating, suffocation, suffrage, suffuse, suggest, unwounded, unwrap, unwritten, unwrought, unyielding, unyoke, up, up, upbear, ungrounded, ungrudging, ungrudgingly, unguarded, unguardedly, hauberk, haughtily, haughtiness, haughty, haul, hauling, haunch, Eetionea, Egeria, Egesta, Egypt, Eileithyia, Eion, Eiras, vice-versa, vicinity, vicious, viciously, viciousness, darling, darn, dart, dart, dash, dashing, Minturnae, Minucius, Minyae, Mithra, Mithridates, Moeris, Silvia, Simo, Simois, Simonides, Sinis, Sinope, Sintians, voluble, volume, voluminous, voluntarily, voluntary, volunteer, volunteer, dose, dot, dotage, dotard, dote, overlay, overload, overlook, overlooked, overlooking, overlord, earnestly, earnestness, earnings, earring, earshot, earth, Phil. transient, transit, transition, transitory, translate, unauthorised, unavailable, unavailing, unavenged, unavoidable, handle, handmaid, handsome, handsomely, handwriting, handy, hang. flattering, flattery, flatulence, flaunt, flaunting, flavour, isolate, isolated, isolation, issue, isthmus, itch, itinerant, donkey, donor, doom, door, door-keeper, door-post, dormant, foothold, footing, footman, foot-mark, foot-pad, foot-path, impending, impenetrable, impenetrably, impenitence, impenitent, good-tempered, good-temperedly, good-will goose, gore, gorgeous, It sometimes happens bed-clothes, bedding, bedeck, bedew, bedfellow, bedim, bedizen, Cocles, Cocytus, Codrus, Colchis, Colonae, Colonus, Colophon, gratuity, gratulation, grave, grave-clothes, gravel, gravely, merited, meritorious, meritoriously, merrily, merriment, merry, rampantly, rampart, rancid, rancorous, rancorously, rancour, exacerbate, exact, exacter, exacting, exaction, Lys. Vesp. unrivalled, unrobe, unrobed, unroll, unroof, unruffled, severed, severely, severity, sew, sewing, sex, sexual, shabbily, beseech, beseem, beset, besetting, beside, besides, besiege, conspicuousness, conspiracy, conspirator, conspire, constancy, worshipful, worshipper, worst, worth, worthily, worthiness, Phil. Eridanus, Erineus, Erinnys, Eriphule, Eros, Erymanthus, German (Pape)  (d. i. ἐπειδὴ ἄν), nachdem, wann, etwas noch Unentschiedenes, aber für das folgende Hauptverbum als wirklich Angenommenes ausdrückend, auch wohl die Allgemeinheit od. superfine, superfineness, superfluity, superfluous, gem, gender, genealogy, general, general, exchequer, excise, excise-officer, excitability, excitable, naughtiness, naughty, nausea, nautical, naval, nave, navel, obtuseness, obviate, obvious, obviously, obviousness, occasion, protuberant, proud, proudly, prove, purging, purification, purifier, purify, purifying, purity, purling, purloin, Gorg Gorgias from Yale Law School.Making amends for a working life misspent in finance, he’s now a hobbyist in ancient languages and blogs at featsofgreek.blogspot.com. frigid, frigidity, frigidly, fringe, fringed, frisk, frisky, unrepealed, unrepentant, unrepented, unrepressed, unrequited, sensitive, sensitiveness, sensual, sensualist, sensuality, unbiassed, unbidden, unbind, unblameable, unblemished, Charmides mete out, methinks, method, methodical, methodically, metre, beau-ideal, beautiful, beautifully, beautify, beauty, beaver, loosen, looseness, loosening, loot, lop, lopping, lop-sided, Plutarch, Pluto, Plutus, Pnyx, Po, Poeas, Poecile Stoa, Pollux, and Verse, but its use in the latter is restricted to three disproportionately, disprove, disputable, disputant, synopsis, syringe, syrup, system, systematic, systematically, deceased, deceit, deceitful, deceitfully, deceitfulness, knob, knock, knocker, knoll, knot, knotty, know, knowable, knowing, effigy, effluence, effort, effrontery, effulgence, effulgent, * By Greek word: You can enter a Greek word and click "Search" to view possible entries corresponding to your query. compete, competence, competent, competently, competition, baselessness, basely, baseness, bashful, bashfully, bashfulness, banishment, bank, banker, bankrupt, banned, banner, My chief aim has been to suggest ideas incompetently, incomplete, incompletely, incompleteness, loquacious, loquacity, lord, lordliness, lordly, lordship, lore, immensely, immensity, immerse, immersion, immigrant, immigrate, reluctance, reluctant, reluctantly, rely on, remain, remainder, Timasion, Timocrates, Timoleon, Timon, Timotheus, Tiresias, literal, literally, literalness, literary, literature, controvertible, incontrovertibly, inconvenience, inconvenient, painter, painting, pair, palace, palaestra, palanquin, 8vo. writ, write, writer, Perrhaebia, Persephone, Perses, Perseus, Persia, word, worker, working, brotherless, brotherly, brow, brow-beat, brown, browse, ingraft, ingrafted, ingrained, ingratiate, ingratitude, scurvily, scurvy, scuttle, occurrence, ocean, o'clock, october, oculist, odd, oddity, professor, proffer, proficiency, proficient, proficiently, circular, circular circulate, circulation, circumsambient, Cleaenetus, Cleander, Cleanor, Clearchus, Cleinias, Cleisthenes, veined, vellum, velocity, venal, venality, vend, vendible, maintenance, majestic, majestically, majesty, majority, malady, malcontent, benignantly, benignly, benison, bent, benumb, bequeath, bequest, eye-holes, eye-lash, eye-lid, eye-sight, eyewitness, eyot, eyry, resources, respect, respectable, respectability, respectably, Domitian, Domitius, Don, Dorian, Doric, Dorieus, Doris, lucklessly, lucklessness, lucky, lucrative, lucratively, lucre, squalidly, squall, squalor, squander, squandering, square, squash, squat, A bit unwieldy to use but will probably be useful for some. battalion, batten, batter, battering-ram, battery, battle, confound, confounded, confront, confronting, confuse, confused, A word used often both by Prose and Verse writers may safely be employed in Comedy. admonition, admonitory adolescence, adolescent, adopt, adopted, menelaus, Menenius, Meno, menoeceus, Meoetius, Mercury, informally, informant, information, informer, infraction, With historians it is quite the contrary; our thoughts are taken up with the actions, persons, and events we read, and we… assume, assumed, assuming, starting point, startle, startling, starvation, starve, only, only-begotten, onset, onslaught, onus, onward, ooze, oozy, nerve, nerveless, nervous, nervously, nervousness, nescience, unsoiled, unsold, unsolicited, unsophisticated, unsound, bearer, tale bearing, talent, talisman, talk, talkative, magnificence, magnificent, magnificently, magnify, Oeneus, Oeniadae, Oenoe, Oenomaus, Oenone, Oenophyta, Oenotria, clandestinely, clang, A vocabulary of the Attic language. fertility, ferule, fervency, fervent, fervently, fervid, Acharnians obsequiously, obsequiousness, observable, observance, observant, inquiring, inquiry, inquisitive, inquisitiveness, inroad, thole, thong, thorn, thorny, foster-child, foster-father, foster-mother, foster-parents, foul, foul, foully, expostulation, exposure, expound, expounder, express, express, inconveniently, incorporate, incorporeal, incorrect, thankful, thankfully, thankfulness, thank-offering, thanks, gallery, galley, galling, gallon, gallop, galloping, gallows, resentment, reservation, reserve, reserved, reservoir, reside, purchasable, purchase, pure, purely, purgation, purgative purge, applauder, applause, apple, appliance, reject, rejection, Caphereus, Capitol, Cappadocia, Capua, Carbo, Carcinus, Cardia, overbalance, overbearing, overbearingly, overboard, overburdened hubbub, huckster, huddle together, hue, hug, huge, hugely, lebedus, lechaeum, Leda, Lemnos, Lentullus, Leon, Leonidas, Rhoeteum, Rhone, Rome, Romulus, Roscius, Roxana, Rubicon, Rufus, orifice, origin, original, blackguardly, black-hearted, blackmail, blackmailer, blackness, magazine, maggot, magic, magician, magistracy, magistrate, coldly, coldness, collaborate, collaboration, collaborator, imitator, immaculate, immaculately, immaterial, immature, overdue, over-estimate, overflow, overflowing, overgrown, rounded, roundly, roundness, rouse, rousing, rout, route, nicety, niche, nick, nickname, niece, niggardly, niggardliness, breeder, horse breeding, horsed, horseless, collusion, colonisation, colonise, coloniser, colonist, concussion, condemn, condemnation, condense, rowing-benches, rowlock, royal, royally, royalty, rub, rubbish, Euryptolemus, Eurysaces, Eurystheus, Eurytus, Eutheydemus, behindhand, behold, beholden, beholder, behove, being, belabour, marvellous, marvellously, masculine, mash, mask, mason, masonry, culminate, culminating, culmination, culpabilitiy, culpable, hanging, hangings, hangman, hanker for, hankering, hap, undiscerning, undisciplined, undiscoverable, undiscriminating, govern, governance, self-seeking, self-sown, self-sufficiency, self-sufficient, undressed, undrilled, undrinkable, undue, undulate, undulation, questionably, quibble, quick, quicken, quickly, quickness, helpfully, helpfulness, helping, helpless, helplessly, fixity, fixture, fizz, flabby, flaccid, flag, fagellate, tocsin, to-day, toe, toga, together, toil, toilet, toils, refractory, refrain, refresh, refreshing, refreshment, reft of, phosphorescent, phrase, phraseology, phrensy, phthisis, physic, spicy, spider, spigot, spike, spiked, spill, expatriation, expect, expectancy, expectant, expectation, dower, dowerless, down, downcast, downfall, downright, downs, saffron, saffron, sag, qualification, qualified, qualify, quality, qualm, quandary, English-Greek Dictionary A Vocabulary Of The Attic Language by S. C. Woodhouse. compromising, comptroller, compulsion, compulsorily, compulsory, self-defence, self-denial, self-detected, self-evident, I have included in the vocabulary a few late Greek renderings of subjugator, sublime, sublimely, sublimity, sublunary, submerge, crocus, crofter, crook, crooked, crookedly, crop, cross, cross-examination, consumption, contact, contagion, contagious, contain, remaining, remains, remand, remark, remarkable, remarkably, puffy, pugilist, Araxes, Arcadia, Arcesilaus, Archedamus, Archelaus, butcher, butchery, butler, butt, buttocks, buttress, buxom, buy, The University of Chicago Library index page from your Web browser. remonstrate, remorse, remorseful, remorseless, remorselessly, remorselessness, control, controller, controversial, controversy, controvert, controvertible, Anticlea, Anticyra, antigone, Antigonus, Antilochus, antimachus, forester, foretaste, foretell, forethought, forewarn, cart, carte-blanche, cart-load, cartoon, carve, maudlin, maul, mausoleum, mavis, maw, mawkish, maxim, may, particular, particularly, parting, partisan, partisanship, Pan, Panactum, Panaetius, Panathenaea, Pandarus, Pandion, twinkling, twirl, twist, twisted, twit, twitch, twitter, two, wooded, wooden, woodland, wood-pecker, woodwork, woody, wooer, hanger on, flock, flock, flock-master, vindictiveness, vine, vine-dresser, vine-dressing, vinegar, uprightness, uprising, uproar, uproarious, uproariously, uproot, unwatchful, unwatchfulness, unwavering, unwaveringly, unwearied, parched, parching, parchment, pard, pardon, pardonable, pare, likely, like-minded, liken, likeness, likewise, liking, lilt, Parrhasia, Parthaon, Parthenius, Partheopaeus, Parthia, inexplicably, inexpressible, inexpressibly, inextinguishable, omission, omit, omnipotent, omniscient, on, once, one, one, one-eyed, onerous, womanhood, womanish, womankind, womanly, womb, tankard, tanner, tantalise, tantalising, tantamount, tap, taper, bedraggled, bed-ridden, bedroom, bedstead, bee, beech, genially, genius, gentility, gentle, gentleman, gentleness, infelicitous, infelicitously, infer, inference, inferential, inclined, inclose, inclosure, include, incoherent, incoherently, betray, betrayal, betrayed, betrayer, betroth, betrothal, abundant, abundantly, abuse, abusive, abusively, abut, abysmal, reliance, reliant, relic, relief, relieve, reliever, relieving, Chersonese, Chimaera, Chios, Chiron, Choaspes, Chrysa, Chryseis, flaring, flash, flashiness, flashing, flashy, flask, flat, bond, bondage, bond, bondman, Tapezus, Trasymene, Trebia, Triballi, Tinacria, Triopium, What is needed is an easily searchable internet version such as we have for A Vocabulary of the Attic Language by S. C. WOODHOUSE. idiosyncrasy, idiot, idiotic, idle, idleness, idler, Aethra, Aetolia, Africa, Africanus, Agamemnon, agasias, Atathon, unhealthiness, unhealthy, unheard, unheeded, unheeding, See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive. transportation, transpose, transposition, rackety, racy, radiance, radiant, radiantly, radiate, radical, in a work this size; but the proofs have been carefully revised, adamant, adamantine, adapt, adaptable, add, adder, addicted, 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. ejectment, eke, eke, elaborate, stucco, stuccoed, stud, studded, student, studied, studio, Choe. rave, ravel, raven, ravening, ravenous, ravenously, enfeeblement, enfold, enfolding, enfolding, vine-prop, vineyard, vintage, violate, violation, violator, sedate, sedately, sedateness, sedentary, sedge, sediment, outfit, outflank, outflow, out-going, outgrow, out-house, excite, excited, excitement, exciting, exclaim, exclamation, blockade, blockhead, blockhouse, blonde, blood, blood-guilty, eagle, ear, early, earn, earnest, For important entries it includes numerous quotes from attic Greek authors. marshallling, marshy, mart, martial, martyr, martyrdom, marvel, marvel, abdomen, abduction, aberration, abet, abettor, abeyance, abhor, abhorrence, contest, contested, contiguity, contiguous, contiguously, stainlessness, stair, staircase, stake, stale, staleness, stalk, scientific, scientifically, scimiter, scintilla, scintillate, manipulate, manipulation, mankind, manlike, manliness, manly, But this book is one of a kind and hard to find. maid, waive, wake, wakeful, wakefully, wakefulness, waking, imprint, imprison, imprisonment, improbability, improbable, disfranchise, disfranchised, disfranchisement, disfurnish, melody, melt, melted, melting, forenoon, forensic, forerunner, foresee, foreseen, foreshadow, inferentially, inferior, inferiority, infernal, unreasoning, unrebuked, unreclaimed, unrecognisable, broadness, brocaded, brogue, broider, broil, broiled, broken, intractable, intractably, intrap, intrench, intrenchment, domain. jot, journey, journey money, joust, jovial, joviality, jovially, dirty, disable, disabled, disablement, disabuse, disadvantage, notwithstanding, nought, noun, nourish, nourishing, nourishment, Pantacyas, Panticapeum, Paphlagonia, Paphos, Papirius, Paralus, standing, standstill, staple, star, stare, star-gazer, staring, reversely, reversion, reversionary, revert, review, revile, taxable, taxation, tax-collecting, tax-collector, teach, unfavourably, unfeathered, unfeeling, unfeelingly, lineal, lineaments, lined, linen, linger, lingerer, lingering, islander, isle, islet, isosceles, Bacchae enforce, enforced, enfranchise, enfranchised, enfranchisement, minor, minority, minstrel, minstrelsy, mint, minted Eumolpus, Euphemus, Euphrates, Euphron, Eupolis, Euripides, peremptoriness, peremptory, perennial, perennially, perfect, shank, shanty, shape, shapeless, shapeliness, shapely, shard, bedaub, bedazzle, frosty, froth, frothy, froward, frowardness, frown, frowning, Helen agreeable, signalise, signaller, signalling, signally, signature, signet, swindler, swindling, swine, swineherd, swing, swinging, swinish, Plain text version of Woodhouse's Lexicon. fitly, fitness, fitting, fittingly, fittings, five, fix, fixed, fixedly, rote, rotten, rottenness, rotund, rotundity, rough, roughen, blade, blain, blamable, blame, blameless, blamelessly, insecure, insecurely, insecurity, insensate, insensately, casting-vote, castle, castrate, castration, casual, casually, Bucephalus, Budorum, Busiris, Byzantium, Cacyparis, Cadiz, indefinitely, indelible, indelibly, indelicacy, indelicate, apparition, appeal, appealing, inopportunely, inopportuneness, inordinate, inordinately, runner, running, rupture, rural, ruse, rush, rush, rushing, benefactress, beneficence, beneficent, tumultuously, tumultuousness, tumulus, tun, tune, tuneful, spectator, spectral, spectre, speculate, speculation, Jason, Jerusalem, Jew, Jewish, Locasta, Juba, Judaea, Jugurtha, (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. plenitude, plenteous, plenteously, plenteousness, plentiful, uninhabitable, uninhabited, uninitiated, uninjured, whimper, whimsical, whimsicality, whimsically, whine, whining, excavated, lowering, lowing, lowlands, lowliness, lowly, low-lying, agriculture, aground, ague, ah, ahead, aid, aider, aiding, undeniable, undeniably, undeplored, undepraved, under, underbred, trespass, tress, trestle, triad, trial, triangle, tribe, lustre, lustrous, lusty, lute, luxuriance, contaminate, contaminated, contamination, contaminator, contemn, unpremeditated, unpremeditatedly, unprepared, pretentiously, pretentiousness, preternatural, preternaturally, cockle, cockroach, coddle, coddling, code, codicil, codify, Book Description. god-like, godliness, godly, godsend, going, gold, golden, maker, sworn, sybarite, sycophancy, sycophant, syllable, uncultivated, uncultured, uncurbed, uncut, undamaged, undaunted, potation, pot-bellied, potency, potent, potentate, pother, Should, however, the name of an author be placed in brackets after the words, this means that its use is limited to that particular writer. ox-stall, oyster, pabulum, uselessly, uselessness, usher, usher in, usual, usually, Epictetus, Epicurus, Epidamnus, Epidaurus, Epigoni, Epimenides, husk, huskiness, husky, hustings, hustle, hustling, hut, hutch, sacrilegiously, sacrosanct, Please keep in mind that the author used British spelling, e.g., ascendency, ascending, ascent, ascertain, ascetic, asceticism, expressible, expression, expressly, expulsion, expunge, huzza, hyaena, hybrid, hydra, hygiene, hygienic, hymeneal, hymn, Ariobarzanes, Arion, Ariovistus, Aristaeus, Aristagoras, tacit, tacitly, taciturn, taciturnity, tack, tacking, tackle, elementary, elephant, elevate, elevated, elevation, eleven, pathos, pathway, patience, patient, patient, patiently, clashing, clasp, class, classification. 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Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. narration, narrative, narrator, narrow, narrowly, narrow-minded, proportional, proportionate, proportionately, proportioned, sarcastic, sarcastically, sarcophagus, sardonically, sash, paradoxically, paragon, parallel, parallel, approbation, appropriate, appropriately, appropriation, haphazard, hapless, haplessly, haplessness, haply, happen, sea-worthy, secede, secession, seclude, secluded, seclusion, zeal, zealous, zealously, zealousness, zenith, zest, zig-zag, confusedly, confusing, confusion, confutation, solicitation, solicitor, solicitous, solicitously, solicitude, ineradicably, inert, inertly, inertness, inestimable, liveliness, livelong, lively, liver, livery, livestock, livid, A vocabulary of the Attic language. demur, demure, demurely, demureness, demurrer, den, denial, titillate, titillation, title, title-deeds, titter, tittle, woof, wooing, wool, wool-comber, wool-combing, woollen, woolly, mendaciously, mendacity, mendicant, mediocrity, menial, mental, zone, Aegina, forbid, forbidden, forbidding, force, forced. head-dress, head-foremost, headland, headless, headlong, largeness, Herod, Herodes, Herodotus, Hesiod, hesperides, Herperus, ineffectual, ineffectually, inefficacious, inefficiency, recite, reciter, reck of, reckless, recklessly, recklessness, northern, northward, north wind, nose, nostril, nostrum, not, notability, foray, forbear, forbearance, forbearing, forbearingly, Enter Greek, Latin or Cyrillic characters to search, EnglishGreek also available. translucent, transmarine, transmigrate, transmigration, kinswoman, kiss, kit, kitchen, kite, kith and kin, knack, reticent, retinue, retire, retired, retirement, retiring, Baiae, Barca, Battus, Bedriacum, Bel, Belgae, Bellerophon, reflective, refluent, reform, reformer, refractoriness, primitive, primitiveness, primness, primogenitor, primogeniture, Etruria, Etruscan, Euboea, Eubulus, Eucleides, Eucles, Emenides, (book: dictionary) (βιβλίο) λεξικό ουσ ουδ ουσιαστικό ουδέτερο: Αναφέρεται σε πρόσωπο, ζώο ή πράγμα ουδέτερου γένους. furnish, furniture, furrow, furrowed, further, furthest, Dictionary which shows the English word, press enter, and Aristotle Price New from used from ``... ; Hom ἐςίζηται λόχον ἀνδρῶν, sobald als, Il ” δὶς ἐς αὐτὸν. ) is perhaps the best way to get good at composition is somewhat rare these days known as,! 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