The following dictionaries are currently available here on Latinitium. Thanks to the effort of Johan Winge, it is now, for the first time, available online in a fully digitized and searchable form, exlusively here on Latinitium! Similarly, most of the references are linked to the original text in the Perseus Digital Library. The proposed Latin translations are supported by references to the sources, and commonly illustrated with quotations, both in English translation and in the original Latin.
Salvete , everyone! Progress has been ongoing on two out of the three following features I had listed out in a prior update: To search more intelligently for variations of Latin words, not just search for matches against their dictionary forms. It's intentionally been created as a self-contained component to keep it decoupled from the website. So, I addressed "two out of three" of the features in the works. The third feature is: Adding tools, quizzes and games to the learning resources section. But it's certainly next on the road map! Finally, I want to apologize for the slow responses to emails I have been receiving from every one of you.
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