Dictionary Latin English Free

Dictionary Latin English Free


Dictionary Latin English Free is a fast OFFLINE dictionary. Database is downloaded on first use. Will sit on the SD card.
This is the FREE, ad version of the BK Dictionary Latin English dictionary. To remove ads please buy BK Dictionary Latin English!

Features available in FULL VERSION ONLY:
- Moon Reader and FBReader translate support
- Word-tap: you can tap on any word in the detailed view, to find its translations
- Translate by Share functionality: translate easily by sharing words with the dictionary from other apps.
- Translate from Clipboard notification bar: translate easily by enabling notification bar copying text to the clipboard and tapping on the notification bar.
- Copy/paste

Features available in this version:
- Voice pronunciation
- 100,000+ translation pairs
- Scrolling through the whole dictionary
- Quick search while typing (accentuation independent)
- Detailed view with PHRASES tapping on the words
- Search integration
- Google translate integration
- Wikipedia integration
- Recents and Favorites
- Color schemes
- Voice input
- Text resizing on detail screen

Recent changes:
- Moved text translator to the side menu.
- Updated side menu and added proper icon for it.
- Fixed some bugs.
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About Dictionary Latin English Free
Dictionary Latin English Free is a fast OFFLINE dictionary. Database is downloaded on first use. Will sit on the SD card.
This is the FREE, ad version of the BK Dictionary Latin English dictionary. To remove ads please buy BK Dictionary Latin English!

Features available in FULL VERSION ONLY:
- Moon Reader and FBReader translate support
- Word-tap: you can tap on any word in the detailed view, to find its translations
- Translate by Share functionality: translate easily by sharing words with the dictionary from other apps.
- Translate from Clipboard notification bar: translate easily by enabling notification bar copying text to the clipboard and tapping on the notification bar.
- Copy/paste

Features available in this version:
- Voice pronunciation
- 100,000+ translation pairs
- Scrolling through the whole dictionary
- Quick search while typing (accentuation independent)
- Detailed view with PHRASES tapping on the words
- Search integration
- Google translate integration
- Wikipedia integration
- Recents and Favorites
- Color schemes
- Voice input
- Text resizing on detail screen

Recent changes:
- Moved text translator to the side menu.
- Updated side menu and added proper icon for it.
- Fixed some bugs.

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User reviews of Dictionary Latin English Free
Download failed on Android 4 on Samsung S II. Just sat there without downloading.
Aug 12, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 18, 2014
Great for those studying Latin
A Google User
Aug 18, 2014
Wow Awesome
A Google User
Aug 12, 2014
Horrible It used to be good. Right now most translations are either wrong or missing. Creators of this app don't know Latin.
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
Has its merits It would be interesting to know which lexicon this is based on (Blitz Latin?). It has more entries than any other Latin dictionary in the store, including medieval and even modern Latin (nazista=Nazi), and alternative spellings such as apsentia for absentia. You will not find iacio, only the outmoded jacio (but ianus not janus!). Vowel quantities are not given, and I haven't found any Latin entries that include phrases. The English-Latin section is a mess that seems to have been assembled automatically from the definitions in the Latin-English part. For students of the classical tongue, Collins and Verba still have the clear edge, but this could be a useful supplement for rude and obscure words.
A Google User
Aug 10, 2014
Has its merits It would be interesting to know which lexicon this is based on (Blitz Latin?). It has more entries than any other Latin dictionary in the store, including medieval and even modern Latin (nazista=Nazi), and alternative spellings such as apsentia for absentia. But you will not find iacio, only the outmoded jacio. Unlike Collins it fails to show vowel quantities, and I haven't found any Latin entries yet that include phrases. The English-Latin section is a mess that seems to have been assembled automatically from the definitions in the Latin-English part. For students of the classical tongue, Collins still has the clear edge, but this could be a useful supplement for rude and obscure words.