intersecting, intersperse, interstice, intertwine, interval, faculties, risibility, rising, risk, risky, rite, ritual, gymnasium, gymnast, gymnastic, gymnastics, gyrate, gyration, lattice, lattice work, laud, laudable, laudably, laudation, Andocides, Andraemon, Androcles, Andromache, Andromeda, andros, before it, but in the case of words occurring frequently in both prose and verse, I have not thought it necessary to signify that they are found in Aristophanes as well. English-Greek Dictionary A Vocabulary of the Attic Language by S. C. WOODHOUSE, M.A. freshly, freshness, fret, fretful, fretfulness, fretted, fretted speaker, speaking, spear, spearman, special, specialise, acquisition, acquit, acquittal, acre, acreage, acrid, providence, provident, providentially, provider, province, inconsiderable, inconsiderate, inconsiderately, inconsiderateness, option, opulence, opulent, opulently, or, oracle, oracle-monger, undisguised, undisguisedly, undismayed, undisputed, undistinguishable, attenuated, attenuation, attest, attestation, attic, attire, frock, frog, frolic, frolicsome, from, front, front, frontal, syllogise, syllogism, sylph, sylvan, symbol, symbolical, The abbreviations should cause no difficulty. This hyperlinked version was created by Richard Seltzer in 2007 bud, budge, buff, buffet, buffoon, unwitnessed, unwitting, unwittingly, unwomanly, unwonted, excavated, nutritious, nutshell, nymph, o, oak, oak-coppice, oaken, oar, prolifically, prolix, prolixity, prologue, prolong, promenade, bran, branch, branching, brand, brandish, brandishing, brasier, propraetor, proprietor, proprietorship, propriety, prorogation, Encedladus, Endius, Endymion, Enipeus, Enyalius, Enyo, interpellation, interpolate, interpolation, interpose, baulk, bawl, bay, bay, bayonet, bazaar, Evenus, Fabius, Fabricius, Falerii, Fate, Faunus, Fustulus, Promethus Vinctus Iras, Ireland, Iris, Isaeus, Isis, Isker, Ismene, Ismenias, absolutely, absolution, absolve, absorb, abstain, abstemious, picked, picket, pickle, pick-pocket, picture, picturesque, receptacle, reception, receptive, recess, recipient, Meriones, Merope, Merops, Mesopotamia, Messala, Messana, English-Greek Dictionary von S. C. Woodhouse (ISBN 978-1-136-85297-8) online kaufen | Sofort-Download - lehmanns.de circumspection, circumspectly, circumstance, circumstantial, filling up, filly, filter, filth, filthily, filthiness, filthy, association, assort, assorted, assortment, assuage, assuaged, respectfulness, respecting, respiration, ordain, ordeal, order, ordered, English-Greek Dictionary Colossae, Commagene, Conon, Constantinople, Copais, Cora, Eumolpus, Euphemus, Euphrates, Euphron, Eupolis, Euripides, inculpated, incumbent, incumber, incumbrance, incur, incurable, widow, widowed, widowhood, width, wield, wife, wifeless, wifely, embarrassingly, embarrassment, embassy, embattled, embellish, transship, transverse, transversely, trap, trapezium, trappings, detection, detention, deter, deteriorate, deterioration, masticate, mastiff, mat, match, matchless, matchlessly, outright, outrun, outset, outshine, outside, outsider, sedition, seditious, seditiously, seditiousness, seduce, Paulinus, Pausanias, Pedaritus, Pedasa, Pegae, Pegasus, slanting, slant-wise, slap, slash, slashing, slate, slatternly, preservation, preservative, preserve, preserver, preside, The University of Chicago has generously made available on the lamp-maker, lampoon, lamp-stand, lance, lance, lancet, crystal, crystalise, cub, cube, cubical, cubit, cuckoo, method, manner, behaviour, conduct (plural): manners καλοί τρόποι ― kaloí trópoi ― good manners knack justifiably, justification, justify, justly, justness, shifty, shilling, shilly-shally, shin, shine, shingle, temperance, temperate, temperately temperateness, temperature, lowness, low-spirited, low spirits, loyal, loyally, loyalty, reimbursement, rein, reinforce, reinforcements, reins, Arctus, Areopagus, Ares, Arethusa, Argilus, Arginusae, Argo, out of, outpost, outpour, outpouring, outrage, outrage, adventure, adventurer, intelligently, intelligibility, intelligible, intelligibly, apparition, appeal, appealing, resident, residue, resign, resignation, resigned, resignedly, play-fellow, playful, playfully, playfulness, plaything, spurious, spurn, spurt, emblematically, embodiment, embody, embolden, embossed, offering, deduce, deduct, deduction, deductive, • English-Greek dictionary, Vocabulary of the Attic language, by Sidney Chawner Woodhouse (1910) • Greek and English lexicon by James Donnegan (1840) • Dictionnaire grec-français [PDF] Greek-French dictionary, by Anatole Bailly, revised by Gérard Gréco, Mark De Wilde (etymology), Florent Cistac (toponymy) (2020) deficient, deficiently, deficit, defile, defiled, defilement, inopportunely, inopportuneness, inordinate, inordinately, benefactress, beneficence, beneficent, uprightness, uprising, uproar, uproarious, uproariously, uproot, compact, compactness, companion. advantage, advantageous, advantageously , advent, adventitious, Rhenea, Rhesus, Rhine, Rhium, Rhodes, Rhodope, Rhodopis, fledgling, flee fleece, fleecy, fleet, fleeting, fleetly, internal, internally, international, internecine, interpellate, wrought, wry, yap, yard, yard-arm, yard-measure, yarn, yawn, arbitrarily, arbitrary, arbitrate, arbitration, arbitrator, trousers, trowel, truant, symptomatic, synchronise with, synod, synonymous, synonyms, unremembered, unremitting, unremittingly, unrenowned, accountable, accountant, account-book, accoutre, accoutrement, comment, commentary, commentator, commerce, commercial, applauder, applause, apple, appliance, taste, tasteful, tastefulness, tasteless, tastelessly, armorial bearings, armory, armour, armour-bearer, arm-pit, arms, down-trodden, downward, downy, dowry, doze, dozen, drab, draft, I have included in the vocabulary a few late Greek renderings of it is found in verse. seemingly, seemliness, seemly, seen, seer, region, register, registrar, registration, regress, regret, partition, partition, partly, partner, partnership, partridge, shoeless, shoemaker, shoemaker's shop, shoemaking, shoot, shoot, shooter, Abrocomas, Abydos, Academy, Acamas, Acanthus, Acarnania, Acastus, indelicately, indemnify, indemnity, indent, indentation, discredit, discreditable, discreditably, discredited, discreet, Pittheus, Placentia, Plancus, Plataea, Plato, Pleiad, april, apron, apt, aptitude, aptly, aptness, aquatic, ravishingly, ravishment, raw, rawness, ray, rayless, raze, speciously, speciousness speckled, spectacle, spectacular, appellation, append, appendage, appertain, appetite, applaud, inaudible, inaudibly, singular, singularity, singularly, sinister, sink, sinless, cresset, crest, crested, crevice, crew, crib, crier, crime, divers, diverse, diversely, diversified, diversify, diversion, beseech, beseem, beset, besetting, beside, besides, besiege, distrustful, distrustfully, disturb, disturbance, that a word of prose associations is found in verse, and that one canon, canopy, cant, cantankerous, cantankerously, helmsman, helot, help, helper, helpful, convention, conventional, conventionality, conventionally, I have not drawn upon Xenophon to any large extent, because his customarily, customary, customer, customs, cut, cutlass, cutler, somnolence, somnolent, son, song, songster, songstress, ludicrous, ludicrously, ludicrousness, lug, luggage, lugubrious, plug, plumage, plumb-line, plume, plume oneself, paradoxically, paragon, parallel, parallel, κρείσσων in Cunliffe, Richard J. corruption, corsair, corse, unprepossessing, unpretentious, unprincipled, unproductive, Ectatana, Echinades, Echinus, Echion, Echo, Edonian, Eetion, seventh, seventy, sever, several, severally, severance, severe, proportional, proportionate, proportionately, proportioned, toothsome, top, toper, top-heavy, topic, topmost, topography, wane, wanness, want, wanting, wanton, wantonly, affirmation, affirmative, affix, afflatus, afflict, afflicted, Cybele, Cyclades, Cycloops, Cycnus, Cydnus, Cydonia, Cyllene, discolour, discomfited, discomfiture, discomfort, verandah, verb, verbatim, verbally, verbiage, verbose, examiner, example, exasperate, exasperation, excavate. pliancy, pliant, plight, plod, plodding, plot, plotter, prosperously, prostitute, prostitute, prostitution prostrate, my, myriad, myrmidons, myrrh, myrtle, myrtle berry, myrtle made a list of all the words defined in the Woodhouse dictionary, (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. incurably, incursion, indebted, indecency, indecent, indecently, guard, guard, guarded, with, overcast, overcome, overcrowding, delineate, delineation, delinquency, delinquent, delirious, forenoon, forensic, forerunner, foresee, foreseen, foreshadow, greatly, great-minded, great-mindedness, greatness, dressing, dressing-room, drift, drill, drily, drink, drinkable, pontifex, pontoon, pony, pool, poop, poor, poorly, poorness, try, trying, trysting, insatiably, insatiability, insatiate, inscribe, weasel, weather, weather-beaten, weather-bound, weave, weaver, 2014. hairdresser, hairless, hairy, halcyon days, hale, half, par, parable, parade, paradise, paradox, paradoxical, irrevocable, irrevocably, irrigate, irrigation, irritability, dreadfulness, dream, drearily, Comedy is covered by ARISTOPHANES. correspond, correspondence, correspondent, corresponding, shabbiness, shabby, shackle, shade, shaded, shading, shadow, Telemachus, Telephus, Teleutas, Teleutias, Tellis, Temenus, uncontrollable, uncontrovertible, unconvinced, uncorrected, contemporary, contempt, contemptible, contemptibly, trite, triumph, triumphal, triumphant, trivial, triviality, Phaedrus ejectment, eke, eke, elaborate, source from which the word is derived. ensnare, ensue, entail, entangle, entanglement, hallowed, hallucination, halt, halt, halter, halting, atmosphere, atone, atoning, atonement, atrocity atrocious, hate, hated, hateful, hatefully, hatefulness, hating, hatred, whit, white, white-armed, white-crested, white-fleeced, white naturalise, naturally, natural phenomena, natural philosopher, farcical, fare, farewell, far-fetched, farm, farmer, farming, deceive, deceiver, december, decemvir, decemvirate, decency, disconsolate, disconsolately, discontent, discontented, If a word occurs in Aristophanes, I have indicated its presence recumbent, recuperate, recuperation, recur, recurrence, red, delivering, delivery, dell, delude, dexterously, diadem, diagonal, diagram, dial, dialect, insalubrious, insane, insanely, insanity, insatiable, suppleness, suppliant, supplicate, supplication, supplier, foreshow, foresight, foresighted, forest, forestall, forestay, earthy, ease, easily, easiness, east, eastern, modify, modulate, modulation, moiety, moist, moisten, moisture, suckling, sudden, suddenly, suddenness, sue, suet, suffer, ruggedness, ruin, ruined, ruiner, ruinous, rule, rule, ruler, ruling, misapprehension, misappropriate, misappropriation, misbecome, impromptu, improper, improperly, impropriety, improve, improvement, Or. purging, purification, purifier, purify, purifying, purity, purling, purloin, exclude, exclusion, exclusive, exclusively, excogitate, transportation, transpose, transposition, poverty-stricken, powder, power, powerful, powerfully, self-indulgent, self-inflicted, selfish, selfishly, selfishness, prostration, prosy, protect, protecting, high-sounding,, high spirit, high-spirited, high tide, high time, high Frontis, Titlepage, xvi, 2pp, 20 - 84pp, 628pp, one other plate. irascible, irascibly, ire, irk, irksome, irksomely, irksomeness, agrarian, agree. paraphernalia, paraphrase, parasite, parasol, parcel, parch, inheritrix, inhibit, inhospitable, inhuman, inhumane, atheistical, athirst, athlete, athletic, athletics, athwart, porousness, porpoise, port, portable, portal, portend, Soph. Laches Hel. passionately, passionateness, passive, passively, passivity, Mistakes in orthography and accentuation are, I fear, inevitable in a work this size; but the proofs have been carefully revised, and I can only hope that the number of errors is not large. overwrought, owe, owing, owl, own, owner, ox, ox-herd, ox-hide, shipmaster, ship-mate, ship-owner, ship-owning, shipping, arithmetician, ark, arm, armada, armament, armed, arming, despise, despised, despiser, despite, despiteful, despitefully, The writers from whom I have selected my material are, as far as prose is concerned, THUCYDIDES, PLATO, XENOPHON, DEMOSTHENES, and the ORATORS. scrutiniser, scrutiny, scud, scuffle, scull, scullion, sculptor, immigration, imminent, immoderate, immoderately, immodest, gaunt, gauntlet, gauntness, gauze, gay, gaze, gazelle, gear, slumberous, slur, slur over, slush, slushy, sly, slyly, slyness, Cethegus, Chabrias, Chaereas, Chaerephon, Chaeronea, Chalcedon, Crommyon, Cronus, Croton, Ctesias, Ctesiphon, Cumae, Cunaxa, Aeetes, Aegaleos, Agean Sea, Aegeus, Aegialeus, on, unsuitability, unsuitable, unsuitably, unsullied, unsung, interposition, interpret, interpretation, interpreter, Heracl. 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