iLoveLanguages - Your Guide to Languages on the Web (formerly the Human-Languages Page)
The iLoveLanguages home pageLanguages, Dictionaries, Lessons, Linguistics, and LiteratureSchools that teach languages around the worldProducts and Services to help learn or use languagesiLoveLanguages' Product ReviewsJobs for people who speak more than one languageFree instant translationWhat's been added recently to iLovelanguages?
 
How to use iLoveLanguages About iLoveLanguages Add a Web site to iLoveLanguages Send Feedback to iLoveLanguages Search:
 Search for books:
 
 
In Association with Amazon.com
  Go back one sub-category Languages > By Language > Latin
   3 Sub-Categories
Dictionaries Translation
Products

  28 Resources:
* About Latin
Guide to Websites related to Latin, including dictionaries, grammar, pronunciation, literature, and more.
* All Free Dictionaries Project
Online project to build free translating dictionaries (e.g. English to Spanish) by allowing individuals to add and correct entries. Several dozen languages represented so far. Dictionaries can be searched online or downloaded. Includes links to other free dictionary sites.
* Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges
Online browsable and searchable book of Latin grammar.
* CONJUGUEMOS
Interactive verb conjugation quizzes for Spanish, French, and Latin. You can choose which verb tense to practice, optionally how long to practice for, and print out a score when the time is up.
* Dictionary of Botanical Epithets
botanical names (in Latin) and their meaning.
* Early Indo-European Languages Online
Set of online lessons to teach or reinforce reading comprehension and basic translation for several early Indo-European languages (Latin, Greek, Church Slavonic, Armenian, Avestan, and Old Persian). Sections of classical texts originally written in those languages are presented with glossaries, translations, and language guides. Provided by the University of Texas Learning Resource Center.
* Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia
SGML-encoded texts including the Oxford English Dictionary, Old, Middle, and Modern English works, and some Shakespeare texts. The commercial texts are only local-access from the University of Virginia, but others are freely available. Separate collections for a dozen languages, including English, French, and Latin.
* Forum Romanum
Collection of information about ancient Rome, including the Corpus Scriptorum Latinorum, a large collection of links to Latin literature online.
* Greek 'N Stuff
Learn the Greek alphabet and some Greek and Latin words. Plus Greek and Latin study series books for sale, and links to oher Greek and Latin sites.
* IATE - Interactive Terminology for Europe
Translation term bank encompassing 24 European languages. Used for translating short, technical phrases between the 24 languages over a variety of industries/subjects (agriculture, chemistry, politics, government, etc.). Not intended as a general-purpose translation dictionary. Replaced the EURODICAUTOM terminology database in 2007.
* Information on Latin Grammar
from the CCIS Academic WWW Server. A few on-line quizzes and grammar information.
* Latin Dictionary
Formatted by Bill Casselman. Small text Latin/English dictionary.
* Latin Dictionary and Grammar Aid
Searchable Latin to/from English dictionary, and grammar aid with word endings aid and noun case examples. By Lynn Nelson, University of Kansas.
* Latin Grammar Aid and Wordlist
* The Latin Project
Contains a Web program to generate the standard declension or conjugations of Latin nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Also contains a small (but growing) database of Latin words already run through the program to facilitate searching for all forms of the words.
* Latin Resources from 24HourTranslations
Online English/Latin dictionary, large list of commonly-used Latin phrases and their English translations, and links to other sites about Latin.
* Latin Teaching Materials
At Saint Louis University. 'Acceleration readers', some introductory materials, and other notes on learning Latin.
* Latin Word List
Large text dictionary of English/Latin. Approx. 8000 entries.
* Little Rome
Resources for the Latin language, including a 30,000-term English/Latin searchable dictionary, Latin verb conjugation tables, a Roman numeral converter, and online Latin vocabulary and plural quizzes.
* Multi-Language Editions of the Bible
German/English and Latin/English on-line Bibles.
* Quia!
Free online educational games and activities, including almost 600 activities for languages. Includes games like flashcards, matching, memory, and more, for over 15 languages. And, you can create your own activity.
* Study Guide to Wheelock Latin
By Dale A Grote. Online guide to the common Latin textbook.
* Super Language Web Sites
Large collection of links to Web sites related to Chinese, English (ESL/EFL), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Russian, and Spanish languages covering, where available, online language courses/lessons, newspaper and literature, travel, and more.
* TEXTKIT - Greek and Latin Learning Tools
Complete, free downloadable PDF versions of out-of-copyright and user-contributed Latin and Ancient Greek grammar and language books, readers, classical books (Ancient Greek and Latin authors), and essays, for people studying Latin or Ancient Greek. Site also has forums for people learning/studying Latin and Greek to discuss related topics.
* Theloskrit
Introduction to the Theloskrit language, a language similar to Latin. Includes the Theloskrit alphabet, conjugation and pronunciation guides, some vocabulary and numbers.
* Transparent.com
Free online word games, quizzes in more than a dozen different languages, free language and culture newsletters, 'word of the day' in 6 languages, and more edutainment for language learners.
* Vademecum in opus Saxonis et alia opera Danica compendium
Middle Age Latin dictionary, in Latin (Latin explaining Middle Latin).
* Verbix Online Conjugator
Online verb conjugation for more than 100 languages. Pick a language, enter a verb, and get its conjugation in more than a dozen different tenses.

 © 2014 Tyler Jones