Dictionarium etymologicum Latinum antiquissimum & novissimum, nunc demum infinitis penè laboribus & continuis vigiliis compositum & absolutum á francisco de sacra quercu. Or, A dictionarie declaring the etymologies, the originall and derivation of all words used in any Latine authors, with the reason of their derivations and appellations; never any in this kinde extant before. Whereunto, besides the hard and most usefull words in divinitie, philosophie, physicke, and logicke, ... Hereunto is also annexed the proper names, adorned with their etymologies; illustrated and explained with histories, proverbs, mythologies, &c. ... Lastly, Riders Dictionarie, (i.) the English before the Latine, compiled by Rider, is augmented with many hundreds of words, both out of the law, and out of the Latine, French, and other languages, such as were and are with us in common use, but never printed untill now, to the perfecting of the worke. Now the sixth time newly corrected, and very much augmented by the great industry and paines of
imprinted by Felix Kingston for Andrew Crooke,
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