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Context of Linguæ Latinæ liber dictionari[us] quadripartitus. : A Latine dictionary, in four parts. I. An English-Latine. II. A Latine-Classical. III. A Latine-proper. IV. A Latine-barbarous. Wherein the Latine and English are adjusted, with what care might be, both as to stock of words and proprieties of speech. Particularly, 1. In the English-latine, more words and properties of our language, ... than in any other dictionary yet extant. 2. In the Latine-classick, the etymologies, significations, and phrases are fully and plainly, yet briefly, discoursed; ... 3. In the Latine-proper, the expressions of story, which were taken mostly out of Cooper, are much amended; ... with two mapps, one of Italy, another of old Rome. 4. In the Latine-barbarous, those words which through mistake of writing have been corrupted from the Latine, ... Of all which several performances, together with considerable additions of new matter by way of appendage ... Operâ & studio Adami Littleton, S.T.D. Capellani Palatini
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