Catalog Record: The tyro's dictionary, Latin and English : comprehending the more usual primitives of the Latin tongue, digested alphabetically, in the order of the parts of speech : to which is subjoined ... lists or catalogues of their derivatives and compounds : designed as an easy and speedy method of introducing youth to a general acquaintance with the structure of the language, and preparing them for the use of a larger dictionary | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The tyro's dictionary, Latin and English : comprehending the more usual primitives of the Latin tongue, digested alphabetically, in the order of the parts of speech : to which is subjoined ... lists or catalogues of their derivatives and compounds : designed as an easy and speedy method of introducing youth to a general acquaintance with the structure of the language, and preparing them for the use of a larger dictionary / by John Mair ; carefully revised and corrected from the latest London edition, by D.P. Adams.

Main Author: Mair, John, 1702 or 3-1769.
Related Names: Adams, David Phineas.
Language(s): English ; Latin
Published: New York : Evert Duyckinck, M'Farlane and Long, printers, 1809.
Subjects: Latin language > Grammar.
Latin language > Composition and exercises.
English language > Dictionaries > Latin.
Latin language > Dictionaries > English.
Physical Description: vii, 446 p. ; 19 cm.
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