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You can find dictionaries for use in the library in the reference collection on the first floor. Some dictionaries are also available for checkout in the circulating collection on B2. Here are the call number ranges if you want to browse
Core collection of titles from the Oxford series of reference books
Includes over 120 reference books covering art, the sciences, literature, history, law, the performing arts, religion, computing, economics and business, general reference, and much more.; Full-text; Varies by title, 2002 - present
Browse or search definitions and examples of terms and phrases peculiar to the dialects and slang of every region of the U.S. Features pronunciations, interactive maps, and a bibliography of all sources consulted.
A collection of Greek literature from Homer to AD 1453.
Designed as a searchable linguistic database, not a browsable library. Each user needs to select a username and password of their choice to access this resource. When setting up a brand new account, a second screen will ask for some further information. After that initial set up, a user need only enter their username and password.; Full-text; Original texts since antiquity; updates to database quarterly
This is the English version of Academia Prisca's automatic Proto-Indo-European dictionary-translator.
This translator is based on the Late Proto-Indo-European Etymological Lexicon by Fernando López-Menchero: