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A large dictionary in three parts : I. The English before the Latin, containing above ten thousand words more than any dictionary yet extant. II. The Latin before the English, with correct and plentiful etymological derivations, philological observations, and phraseological explications: ... III. The proper names of persons, places, and other things necessary to the understanding of historians and poets. In the whole comprehending whatsoever is material in any author upon this subject. Together with very considerable and ample additions, carried on by a diligent search into and perusal of very many authors both ancient and modern. Whereby this work is rendred the most compleat and useful of any that was ever yet extant in this kind Preview this item
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A large dictionary in three parts : I. The English before the Latin, containing above ten thousand words more than any dictionary yet extant. II. The Latin before the English, with correct and plentiful etymological derivations, philological observations, and phraseological explications: ... III. The proper names of persons, places, and other things necessary to the understanding of historians and poets. In the whole comprehending whatsoever is material in any author upon this subject. Together with very considerable and ample additions, carried on by a diligent search into and perusal of very many authors both ancient and modern. Whereby this work is rendred the most compleat and useful of any that was ever yet extant in this kind

Author: Thomas HolyoakeWilliam RawlinsGeorge SawbridgeWilliam PlaceThomas Bassett, (Bookseller)All authors
Publisher: London : Printed by W. Rawlins, for G. Sawbridge, W. Place, T. Basset, T. Dring, J. Leigh, and J. Place, M. DC. LXXVII. [1677]
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
Early works
Dictionaries Early works to 1800
Dictionaries Early works to 1700
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Holyoake; William Rawlins; George Sawbridge; William Place; Thomas Bassett, (Bookseller); Thomas Dring; John Leigh; John Place
OCLC Number: 78213826
Notes: Signatures: A-2L⁴ ( -2L4) chi1 ²A-3D⁴ 3E² 4A-6Z⁴ 7A² 7B⁴ 7C² 2chi1 ³A1 ²2A-2Q⁴.
"Lexicon philologicum, et dictionarium etymologicum" has a separate dated title page, with imprint "excudebat Guliel. Rawlins", and register.
"Dictionarium historico-geographico-poeticum" has a separate title page, with imprint "excudebat Gulielmus Rawlins, anno M. DC. LXXVI."; register begins with quire ²2A.
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Description: [1378] p. ; 40 cm. (fol.)
Other Titles: Lexicon philologicum et dictionarium etymologicum
Dictionarium historico-geographico-poeticum
Responsibility: performed by the great pains and many years study of Thomas Holyoke, D.D.

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