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A Homeric dictionary for schools and colleges. Based upon the German of Dr. Georg Autenrieth

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o m'I IT ROBERT P, KEEP. ^,@,A HOMERIC DICTIONARYJFnr anbScljools CollegerBASED UPON THE GERMAN OFDR. GEOKG AUTENKIETHTRANSLATED BYROBERT P. KEEPREVISED BYISAAC FLAGGNEW YORKHARPER & FRANKLINBROTHERS, SQUARE1895Entered to Act of in theaccording Congress, year 1876, byHARPER & BROTHERS,In the Office of the Librarian of atCongress, Washington.HARPER & BROTHERS.1891, byCopyright,All reserved.rightsPREFACE.THIS was first issued in 1876. In fifteendictionary years,fifteen thousand have been sold- and the book has beencopiesfound well to the which the editor hadadapted promote objectofat heart the of the Iliadviz., rapid reading large portionsand Odyssey.revision has beenThe Professor Isaacpresent performed byof the of whose name is aFlagg, University California, guaran-tee for the of his work. It has seemed toquality proper freelyfrom the German whenever wasdepart original change likelyto result in better to the needs of American andadaptationstudents. An has been made toEnglish attempt distinguishmore between the real and the ofclearly implied meaningswords the for the most with invertedlatter,by printing part,in A andcommas and not italics. more concise treat-simpleofment the and has alsoprepositions, particles, conjunctionsbeen aimed at. v are with the mark of theird, I,Long printedthe book. One of the thequantity throughout changes, strictlyof the words has the warrantdefined,alphabetical arrangementof Dr. Autenrieth's own in the ...
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o m 'I IT ROBERT P, KEEP. ^,@, A HOMERIC DICTIONARY JFnr anbScljools Colleger BASED UPON THE GERMAN OF DR. GEOKG AUTENKIETH TRANSLATED BY ROBERT P. KEEP REVISED BY ISAAC FLAGG NEW YORK HARPER & FRANKLINBROTHERS, SQUARE 1895 Entered to Act of in theaccording Congress, year 1876, by HARPER & BROTHERS, In the Office of the Librarian of atCongress, Washington. HARPER & BROTHERS.1891, byCopyright, All reserved.rights PREFACE. THIS was first issued in 1876. In fifteendictionary years, fifteen thousand have been sold- and the book has beencopies found well to the which the editor hadadapted promote object ofat heart the of the Iliadviz., rapid reading large portions and Odyssey. revision has beenThe Professor Isaacpresent performed by of the of whose name is aFlagg, University California, guaran- tee for the of his work. It has seemed to quality proper freely from the German whenever wasdepart original change likely to result in better to the needs of American andadaptation students. An has been made toEnglish attempt distinguish more between the real and the of clearly implied meanings words the for the most with invertedlatter,by printing part, in A andcommas and not italics. more concise treat-simple ofment the and has alsoprepositions, particles, conjunctions been aimed at. v are with the mark of theird, I,Long printed the book. One of the thequantity throughout changes, strictly of the words has the warrantdefined,alphabetical arrangement of Dr. Autenrieth's own in the later editions of the Ger-example man work. The editor cannot forbear to the ofreferring expressions interest which the has called out from teachers anddictionary students of Greek in all of our There are fewparts country. American Greek scholars of to whomreputation acknowledg- ment is not due for some correction or nowaddition,helpful in the A continuance of this interestdictionary.incorporated in the future.is desiredearnestly ROBERT PORTER KEEP. NOUWICH FREE 1891.ACADEMY, Norwich, Conn., May, 2004923 EXPLANATION OF REFERENCES. the several books of the Iliad and the re-References are made to Odyssey to the of the ancient thespectivelv, according usage commentators, by large and small letters of the Greek Thus A 10 Bk.alphabet. signifies Iliad, I., line and i 8 Bk. line 8 in detail :XXIV., ; or,10; signifies Odyssey, The character t Homeric u-designates Two references connected the word and cicby designate \ty6fitva. affixed to a definition denotes that the word defined occursII. or Od. only in the Iliad or in theonly Odyssey. The references in are to be understood as and notgeneral explanatory, as exhaustive: thev are uniform!v made to the small Teubner edition of the "edited Dindorf.Iliad and Odyssey, by To aid the the first word of each if that chance not to occureye^ article, or, in Homer, the first Homeric is in full-facedform, printed type. f the semi-vowel v andThe characters and j represent spirants (IP) y. LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.