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Post by actinglikeabanker on Tue Jul 11, 2017 1:28 pm

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Post by actinglikeabanker on Mon Aug 14, 2017 12:11 am

DICTIONARY OF LATIN SYNONYMES

https://archive.org/details/dictionarylatin00liebgoog

DICTIONARY OF LATIN SYNONYMES,

FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS AND PRIVATE STUDENTS,

WITH A COMPLETE INDEX.

By lewis RAMSHORN.

FROM THE GERMAN,

By FRANCIS LIEBER.


BOSTON,

CHARLES C. LITTLE AND JAMES BROWN. 1841.....


.....PREFACE OF THE TRANSLATOR.

-The author of the present work published, a few
years ago, a book, the whole title of which I will
here give in translation, because it indicates some of
its important features. It is, " Latin Synonymics,
upon the Basis of Gardin-Dumesnil's Synonymes La-
tins, recast and augmented, by L. Ramshorn ; as a
new Edition of the Universal Latin Synonymes of
Ernesti." ,The names of Ernesti and Gardin-Dumes-
nil, the latter whom published the first edition of his
Synonymes in 1777, are well known to all acquaint-
ed with the modern history of philology. Upon the
works of these two scholars, then. Dr. Ramshorn, a
distinguished philologer and practical teacher in Ger-
many, has built his own, adding from the rich treas-
ures of the science of languages, so abundant in
his country. Comparative philology and etymologic
knowledge, now zealously and successfully cultivated
in Germany, form a science which exhibits to us
order, organic connexion, depth of meaning, and pro-
gressive developement, where before disorder, dis-
jointedness, caprice, or a barbarous want of perception
seemed to exist, in so great and vast a sphere, embrac-

ing many tribes and generations, that the scholar who
enters deeper and deeper into this comprehensive
system, extending over Asia and Europe, ancient and
modern, feels as we may imagine one to feel, who
beholds the firmament for the first time after being
informed, that all its glittering hosts move in order,
and according to the wisest principles. Neither the
present cultivation of this branch of philologic knowl-
edge, nor that of any other, appertaining to the study
of antiquity, has been without its due influence in
the composition of the abovementioned work, which
makes it, in my opinion, a production of singular
merit. My friends agreed with me, that an abridg-
ment, adapted to our schools and colleges, would sup-
ply a want which has long been felt by those who
instruct in Latin. So soon, therefore, as I became ac-
quainted with the fact, that Dr. Ramshorn himself had
prepared a " school edition " of his work, I resolved
to translate it into English. I have done so, and feel
convinced, provided I have performed my task with
any degree of success, that few works can be offered
to all who study or promote the study of antiquity,
more welcome than this. Had I not felt convinced
of this fact, I should not have undertaken it ; for
translating is an irksome occupation, and I will
frankly own, that, occupied as my mind was, at the
same time, with labors far more congenial, I was
once well nigh giving up my purpose. I remembered,
however, what Cicero says of Brutus : "Quidquid
vult, valde vult;" and resolved, in my limited sphere,
not to remain behind the Roman.....


If you decide to dl a copy of the text version which is handy for searching then, I recommend you also dl a copy of the full book for comparison as the text version is not entirely accurate. For example, the above Latin "Quidquid vult, valde vult" (accurate) is written as "Cluidquid vult, valde vult" (inaccurate) in the text copy.
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