Thesaurus linguae Latinae, TLL (1900-present)

International project Thesaurus linguae Latinae aims to build a lexicon covering all surviving Latin texts from the earliest times down to AD 600. To the date, it contains words from A to R (with some missing intervals).

This is an online dictionary, content of the articles will be downloaded from the Internet. Think of it as an alternative interface in addition to the standard one, with such advantages as morphology search (Hunspell) and integration with GoldenDict.


Current version is v1.0 (August 23, 2020). File in Slob format has been prepared for desktop GoldenDict, mobile dictionaries are not supported because the text is too small to read it from smartphone screens.



  1. Thesaurus linguae Latinae. 1900–. Berlin (formerly Leipzig): De Gruyter (formerly Teubner).


Looking for a word, you will see the screen with miniatures of the pages. Double click on the page to open it in the default image viewer on your computer:

Articles from the volumes 9.1 and 11.2 (both are in PDF format) contain links to be open in web browser (see “naris”).


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