The synonymes of the Latin language, John Hill (1804)

Full title is “The synonymes of the Latin language, alphabetically arranged; with critical dissertations upon the force of its prepositions, both in a simple and a compounded state”.

In fact, these are two dictionaries unde one cover, a dictionary of Latin synonyms and a handbook of Latin prepositions. Explanations in English are extensive, take 2-3 pages on average for groups of synonyms and up to 12 pages for prepositions. Total number of articles is 371.


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  1. Hill, John, F. R. S. E. The synonymes of the Latin language. Edinburgh, 1804. URL:


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