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circumstantially, circumvallate, circumvallation, circumvent, crossing, crossly, crossness, cross-question, crosswise, crouch, Cycl. concupiscence, concupiscent, concur, concurrence, concurrently, geometer, geometrical, geometry, germ, german, germane, actually, actuate, acumen, acute, acutely, acuteness, adage, protuberant, proud, proudly, prove, college, collide, collision, colloquial, colloquy, collude with, idly, idol, idolise, if, igneous, ignite, ignition, ignoble, infrequency, infrequent, infrequently, infringe, infringement, meanly, meanness, means, mean-spirited, mean-spiritedness, impetus, impiety, impinge upon, impious, impiously, E.g., PI/STIS, with or without accents and breathings. ingenious, ingeniously, ingenuity, ingenuous, ingenuously, unwatchful, unwatchfulness, unwavering, unwaveringly, unwearied, lexicon translation in English-Greek dictionary. vacate, vacation, vacillate, vacillating, vacillation, vacuity, despondently, despot, despotic, despotically, despotism, Woodhouse English-Greek dictionary. Andromache cipher, ciphering, circle, circuit, circuitous, circuitously, high-principled, high rank, high road, high seas, expatriation, expect, expectancy, expectant, expectation, words used only in prose. perforate, perforated, perforation, perforce, perform, Tenos, Teos, Teres, Tereus, Terminus, terpsichore, Tethys, dethronement, detour, detract from, detraction, zone, Aegina, vainly, vale, valedictory, valetudinarian, It sometimes happens that a word of prose associations is found in verse, and that one commonly confined to poetry is used in prose. nip, nipple, nitre, no, shamble, shame, shame-faced, shame-facedly, shame-facedness, paralyse, paralysis, paramount, paramountcy, paramour, parapet, recognise, recognisable, recognised, recognition, recoil, fatten, fattened, fatuity, fatuous, fatuously, faugh, fault, obstinately, obstreperous, obstreperously, obstreperousness, active, active agent, actively activity, actor, actual, figment, figuratively figure, figure-head, filch, file, filial, 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. vitiation, vituperation, vituperative, vivacious, vivaciously, Epimentheus, Epipolae, Epirus, Epyaxa, Erasinades, Erasinus, Erato, Hecuba reject, rejection, Arpi, Arrhibaeus, Arsaces, Artabanus, Artabazus, Artaphernes, cantankerousness, canter, canting, canton, cantonment, canvas, shank, shanty, shape, shapeless, shapeliness, shapely, shard, visionary, visit, visitation, metamorphosis, metaphor, metaphorically, metaphysical, synopsis, syringe, syrup, system, systematic, systematically, drag, draggled, dragon, Legg Leges unanswerably, unappeasable, unapproachable, unapt, unarmed, Helvetii, Helvidius, Hephaestioin, Hephaestus, Hera, Heraclea, acceptable, acceptably, acceptance, access, accessible, Segesta, pasturing, pat, patch, patchwork, pate, patent, patently, disposable, disposal, dispose, disposed, disposition, pannikin, panoply, pant, panther, panting, pap, paper, papyrus, latest, lath, lathe, lather, latitude, latter, latterly, unemployed, unenchanted, unencumbered, unending, unendurable, (1969) Lexicon to Pindar, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter; G94 in Strong, James (1979) Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance to the Bible; Woodhouse, S. C. (1910) English–Greek Dictionary: A Vocabulary of the Attic Language‎, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Limited. I have added a Supplement of Proper Names, including some of the Greek equivalents for names famous in Roman History. malpractice, maltreat, maltreatment, malversation, mammon, man, man, manacle, Murena, Musaeus, Muse, Mycale, Mycalessus, Mycenae, Myconus, In introducing phrases and sentences from the Greek I have thought it best to give chapter and verse for the quotations. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. lexicon n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. earthy, ease, easily, easiness, east, eastern, bristling, bristly, brittle, broach, broad, broad-backed, Milo, Miltiades, Mindarus, Minerva, Minoa, Minos, Minotaur, atrociously, atrociousness, atrophy, attach. Araxes, Arcadia, Arcesilaus, Archedamus, Archelaus, faultless, faultlessly, faulty, favour, favourable, favourably, favourite, off-hand, office, officer, official, officially, officiate, A word with both P. and V. before it may as gossamer, gossip, gossiping, gouge out, gourd, gourmand, gout, accompaniment, accompany, accomplice, accomplish, accomplished, talon, tamable, tame, willingness, willow, wily, win, wince, wind, wind-bound, dreariness, dreary, dregs, drench, drenched, dress, dressed, If a word occurs in Aristophanes, I have indicated its presence good-natured, good-naturedly, goodness, goods, good-temper, scurvily, scurvy, scuttle, confute, congeal, congealed, congenial, congenially, congenital, bringing u, brink, briny, brisk, briskly, briskness, bristle, calculator, caldron, calf, calk, call, call, calling, accuracy, accurate, accurately, repeated, repeatedly, repel, repellent, repent, repentance, name of an author be placed in brackets after the words, this polemic, polemically, police, police station, policy, polish, polish, mimicry, mina, minatory, mince, mincing, mind, plotting, plough, ploughing, plough land, ploughman, pluck, inexplicably, inexpressible, inexpressibly, inextinguishable, overhang, overhanging, overhaul, overhear, overjoyed, overlap, conscientiously, unbosom oneself, unbound by oath, unbounded, unbreakable, Eumenides Callimachus, Calliope, Callixenus, Calpe, Calpurnia, Calpurnius, liberator, libertine, liberty, libidinous, libidinously, draught, draughts, draw, draw-back, subordination, suborn, suborned, subpoena, subscribe, axle, ay, azure, babble, babbler, babbling, babe, babel, baby, causelessly, causelessness, causeway, caustic, caustically, Hipp. wrought, wry, yap, yard, yard-arm, yard-measure, yarn, yawn, invulnerable, inward, inwardly, inwrought, irascibility, style is unfortunately vitiated by the admission of many un-Attic unmake, unman, unmanageable, unmanageably, unmanliness, unmanly, blissfully, blister, blithe, blithely, blizzard, bloated, block, ungenerous, ungenerously, ungentle, ungentleness, ungently, Antigone bevy bewail, beware, bewilder, bewildering, bewilderingly, lantern, lap, lapse, larceny, larch, lard, large, large-hearted, be, beach, beacon, beak, beaker, beam, beaming, bean, bear, bearable, beard, relapse, relate, related, relation, relationship, relative, wonted, woo, wood, wood-carrier, wood-cutter, wood-cutting, praetorian, praetorship, praise, praiser, praiseworthy, prance, second, secondary, seconder, secondly, hallowed, hallucination, halt, halt, halter, halting, disappoint, disappointment, disapprobation, disapproval, instate, instead, instead of, instigate, instigation, inspire, inspired, inspirit, instability, install, instalment, objection, objectionable, objectionableness, objectionably, sumptuous, sumptuously, cedar, cede, ceiling, celebrate, celebrated, celebration, awkwardness, awning, awry, axe, axiom, axis, eastwards, east wind, easy, easy-tempered, eat, eatable, pitilessness, pittance, pity, pitying, pivot, placability, Campania, Campus Martius, Cannae, Canopus, Canusium, Capaneus, dulcimer, dull, dullard, dully, dulness, duly, dumb, dumbly, Favoriten – Sie können Wörter zur Favoritenliste hinzufügen, indem Sie das „Stern“-Icon anklicken. disdainfully, disdainfulness, disease, diseased, disembark, disturber, disunion, disunite, disuse, ditch, dithyramb, peccadillo, peccant, peck, peculate, peculation, peculiar, imbue with, imbued, with, imitate, imitation, imitative, Persae unforgiving, unforgotten, unfortified, unfortunate, unfortunately, celebrator, celebrity, celerity, celestial, celibate, cell, cellar, cement, singular, singularity, singularly, sinister, sink, sinless, immovably, immune, immunity, immure, immutable, congratulate, congratulation, congregate, congregation, self-indulgent, self-inflicted, selfish, selfishly, selfishness, slaughter, slaughterer, slaughterous, slave, slave-dealer, indication is given by position or accent, but not in the case of Meriones, Merope, Merops, Mesopotamia, Messala, Messana, porousness, porpoise, port, portable, portal, portend, scalp, scalpel, scaly, scamp, scamper, scan, scandal, navvy, navy, nay, near, nearly, nearness, neat, neatherd, S. 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WOODHOUSE, M.A. immutability, immutably, impact, impair, impale, impaled, treatment, treaty, treble, trebly, tree, treeless, tremble, Hasdrubal, Hebe, Hebrew, Hebrus, Hecataeus, Hecate, Hector, lump, lumpy, lunacy, lunar, lunatic, lunch, Italus, Italy, Ithaca, Ithome, Itys, Ixion, Janiculum, Janus, Criti. suckling, sudden, suddenly, suddenness, sue, suet, suffer, libidinousness, licence, licentious, licentiously, reasonableness, reasonably, reasoner, reasoning, reassure, pliancy, pliant, plight, plod, plodding, plot, plotter, self-defence, self-denial, self-detected, self-evident, speechlessness, speed, speed, speedily, wicker, wicker work, wicket, wide, widely widen, wide-spread, incautiousness, incendiarism, incendiary, incense, incentive, inception, unlock, unlocked, unlooked for, unloose, unlovable, unloved, indisputably, indissoluble, indissolubly, indistinct, Etruria, Etruscan, Euboea, Eubulus, Eucleides, Eucles, Emenides, depreciate, depreciating, depredation, depredator depress, wist, wistful, wistfully, wistfulness, wit, witch, witchcraft, abrupt, abruptly, abruptness, abscess, abscond, absence, absent, absolute, Olympus, Olynthus, Omphale, Oneum, Opus, Orchomenus, Orestes, vaticination, vault, vaulted, vaunt, vaunter, vaunting, arrogate, arrow, arrow-head, arsenal, arsons, art, artery, clank, clanship, clansman, clap, clap-trap, clarion, clash, ungrounded, ungrudging, ungrudgingly, unguarded, unguardedly, Suetonius, Suevi , Sulla, Sulpicius, Sunium, Sun, Sura, Susa, slumberous, slur, slur over, slush, slushy, sly, slyly, slyness, Occasionally words have been incorporated from Homer, Herodotus, and Aristotle. 86.AE.237. derangement, derelict, dereliction, deride, derider, derision, Thesprotia, Thessalonica, Thessalus, Thessaly, Thestor, connubial, conquer, conquerable, conquered, conquering, chariness, chariot, charioteer, chariot-rail, charitable, potion, potsherd, potter, pottery, pouch, plainly, plainness, plain-spoken, plain-spokenness, plaint, juggler, jugglery, juice, juicy, july, jumble, jumbled, currently, curricle, curry, curse, autochthonous, autocracy, autocrat, autocratic, autocratically, hundred, two-legged, two-oared, type, typhoon, typical, adventurous, adversary, adverse, adversely, adversity, advert, ascendency, ascending, ascent, ascertain, ascetic, asceticism, loftily, loftiness, lofty, log, loggerheads, logic, logical, 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. boastful, boastfullly, boastfulness, boasting, boat, boatman, (Page Image) The ENGLISH-GREEK LEXICON here presented contains features which, I trust, will render it acceptable both to teachers and to learners. income, income-tax, incommensurable, incommensurate, incommode, Pol. splendidly, spendour, splice, splinter, split, splutter, spoil, spoiler, spoiling, canon, canopy, cant, cantankerous, cantankerously, competitor, compilation, compile, compiler, complacency, prefigure, pregnant, prejudge, prejudice, prejudice, clear-headedness, clearly, clearness, cleave, cleaver, cleft, ensnare, ensue, entail, entangle, entanglement, prematurely, premeditate, premeditated, premeditation, premise, evacuation, evade, evanescent, evaporate, evasion, evasive, sacrifice, sacrificer, sacrificial, sacrilege, sacrilegious, Alcibiades, Alcidas, Alcinous, Alcmaeon, alcmena, Aleppo, aleus, bower, bowery, bowl, bowman, bows, bowshot, bowstring, bow-wow, undisturbed, undivided, undivulged, undo, undoing, undone, seed-time, seeing, seek, seeker, seeking, seem, seeming, indenture, independence, independent, independently, archetype, architect, architectural, architecture, archives, goddess, god-fearing, godhead, godless, godlessly, godlessness, champion, championing, championship, chance, chancel, beastliness, beastly, beat, beat, beaten, beating, fecund, fecundity, federal, federate, federation, fee, feeble, sharp-practice, sharp-sighted, sharp-witted, shatter, shave, gander, gang, gangrene, gangrened, gangway, gantlet, gaol, Supplices I have had recourse to these writers, however, only Phil. thought it necessary to signify that they are found in unmortgaged, unmounted, unmourned, unnavigable, unnecessarily, share, sharer, sharing, sharp, sharpen, sharpened, sharper, enticing, enticingly, entire, entirely, entitle, Atropos, Atreus, Attica, Atys, Auge, Augeas, Augustus, Aulis, commonness, solo, solstice, soluble, solution, solve, solvent, sombre, separately, separation, september, sepulchral, sepulchre, physician, physics, physiognomy, physique, pick, pick-axe, mischief, mischievous, mischievously, misconceive, dissimulate, dissimulation, dissipate, dissipated, O.R. Alpheus, Alps, Althaea, Alyattes, Amanus, Amasis, Amathus, purple, purport, purpose, purposeless, purposely, purse, purse respectfulness, respecting, respiration, Plain text version of Woodhouse's Lexicon. rarely, rarity, rascal, rascality, rascally, rase, rash, rashly, rashness, I have added a Supplement of Proper Names, including some of the seducer, seduction, seductive, seductively, seductiveness, reliability, reliable, reliably, loving-kindness, lovingly, low, low-born, lower, beech-nut, beef, beehive, drawers, drawing, drawn, dray, dread, dreadful, dreadfully, discomfortable, disconcert, disconnect, disconnectedly, creation, creative, creator, creature, credence, credentials, honest, honestly, honesty, honey, honey cake, honeycomb, (1924) A Lexicon of the Homeric Dialect: Expanded Edition, Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, published 1963; Woodhouse, S. C. (1910) English–Greek Dictionary: A Vocabulary of the Attic Language‎, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul Limited. apparel, wearisome, wearisomeness, weary, weary, wearying, with, overcast, overcome, overcrowding, Nub. disproportionate, prank, pranked, prate, prater, prating, scintillation, scion, scissors, scoff, scoffer, scoffing, scold, talkativeness, talker, talking, tall, tallness, tallow, tally, diminish, diminution, diminutive, diminutiveness, dimly, void, volatile, volcanic, volcano, volition, volley, volubility, encourage, encouragement, encouraging, encroach, encroachment, judicially, judicious, judiciously, judiciousness, jug, juggle, connect, connected, connection, connivance, connive, connote, obdurately, obedience, argumentativeness, arid, aright, arise, aristocracy, Nereid, Nereus, Nero, Nervii, Nessus, Nestor, nestus, Niceratus, burlesque, burly, burn, burning, burning glass, burnish, burnt, bearer, tale bearing, talent, talisman, talk, talkative, argent, argue, argument, argumentative, argumentatively, annalist, annals, annex, annexation, annihilate, annihilation, puffy, pugilist, despair, despairing, despairingly, despatch, desperado, unambitious, unambitiously, unamenable, unamiability, unamiable, decadent, decamp, decapitate, decay, decease, Frontis, Titlepage, xvi, 2pp, 20 - 84pp, 628pp, one other plate. Lys. jaw-bone, jealous, jealously, jealousy, jeer, jejune, sprightly, spring, spring, sprinkle, Alcestis cognisance, cohabit (with), cohabitation, cohere, coherence, project, projectile, projection, proletariat, prolific, honeycombed, honied, honour, honour, whisk, whisper, whistle, son-in-law, sonorous, quite, quits, quittance, collected, collection, collective, collectively, collector, strolling, strong, stronghold, strongly, strong-minded, blandishment, blandly, blank, blanket, cumbrance, cumbrous, cumbrously, cunning, cunningly, cup, titillate, titillation, title, title-deeds, titter, tittle, horseman, horsemanship, horse race, horse tender, horticulture, hysteria, hysterical, I, iambic verse, ice, ice-bound, icy, anniversary, annotation, announce, announcement, announcer, propraetor, proprietor, proprietorship, propriety, prorogation, touch-stone, tough, toughly, toughness, tour, tourist, old woman, oligarch, oligarchical, oligarchically, oligarchy, cut-purse, cut-throat, cutting, cutting, joy, joyful, joyfully, joyless, country, countryman, country-side, countrywoman, county, couple, territory, terror, terrorism, terse, tersely, terseness, adulteress, adultery, adumbrate, adumbration, advance, advance, torturer, torturing, toss, tossing, total, totally, tot down, becalmed, because, because of, beck, beckon, becloud, become, incompetently, incomplete, incompletely, incompleteness, Skip to main content. The abbreviations should cause no difficulty. distrustful, distrustfully, disturb, disturbance, verify, verily, verisimilitude, verity, vermillion, vermin, Livius, Livy, Locris, Loire, London, Lotophagi, Lucania, Lucca, shininess, shining, ship, shipbuilder, ship-building, gray-eyed, gray-haired, graze, grazier, grazing, grazing-land, grease, greasy, skilfulness, skill, skilled, skim, skim, skimp, skin, discredit, discreditable, discreditably, discredited, discreet, absolutely, absolution, absolve, absorb, abstain, abstemious, newly-reported, newly-shed, newly-sown, newly-traced, poverty-stricken, powder, power, powerful, powerfully, leather worker, leave, leaven, leavings, I.A. promiscuously, promise, promising, promontory, promote, contentiously, contentiousness, contentment, conterminous, carefully, carefulness, careless, carelessly, carelessness, sapience, sapient, sapiently, sapless, sapling, sarcasm, Briareus, Britain, Brixellum, Brundisium, Butii, Brutus, symptomatic, synchronise with, synod, synonymous, synonyms, check, checker, checkered, checkmate, cheek, cheep, cheer, difference, different, differentiate, differently, difficult, time-limit, timeliness, timely, timepiece, time server, timid, briefness, brier, brig, brigade, brigadier, brigand, brigandage, integrity, intellect, intellectual, intelligence, intelligent, seriatim, series, serious, seriously, cemetery, cenotaph, censer, censor, censorious, censoriousness, correspond,  correspondence, correspondent, corresponding, thankful, thankfully, thankfulness, thank-offering, thanks, insular, I.A. While the dictionary is quite old (1910), it can be very useful for learning Attic prose composition. perishable, perjured, perjure oneself, perjurer, perjury, Euripus, Europe, Eurotas, Eurybiades, Eurycleia, Eurycles, rescind, rescission, rescript, rescue, rescue, rescuer, garland, garlanded, garlic, garment, garner, garnish, garrison, frock, frog, frolic, frolicsome, from, front, front, frontal, foppery, for, forage, foraging, saying, scab, scabbard, scabby, scaffold, scaffolding, scald, proconsul, proconsular, proconsulate, procrastinate, octavia, Oftavianus, Octavius, Odeum, Odomantes, Odryssians, unploughed, unplundered, unpolished, unpolluted, unpopular, The vocabulary has been compiled from Attic authors of the best period. curdled, curds, cure, cureless, curer, curiosity, curious, agreeably, agreed upon, agreement, agricultural, agriculturist, cherish, cherished, chest, chew, chicanery, chick, chicken, compact, compactness, companion, companionship, prevalent, prevaricate, prevarication, prevent, preventer, Sthenelus, boldness, bole, bolt, bombard, bombast, bombastic, bona fide, combine, combing, combustible, combustion, come, comedian, topple, topsy-turvy, tor, torch, torch bearer, torment, torn, antediluvian, antelope, anterior, anthem, antics, anticipate, unfastened, unfathomable, unfavourable, unfavourableness, scrap, scrape, scraper, scrapings, scratch, scream, screech, Rar. 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