Riders Dictionarie as it was heretofore corrected, and with the addition of above five hundred words enriched : Hereunto is annexed a Dictionary etymologicall, deriving every word from his native fountaine, with reasons of the derivations : and many Roman antiquities... / By Francis Holyoke : To which are ioyned ... many usefull alterations, amendations and additions... ; by Nicholas Gray
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- Rider, John, Bishop of Killaloe, 1562-1632
- London : Printed by Adam Islip, 1626
- 4o  p. ; 23 cm.
- The "Dictionary etymologicall" has special t.-p.: Rideri dictionarium severiore trvtina castigatvm. In qou (praeter ea quae olim elaboravit Franciscvs de Sacra Qvercv) etymainnvmera svpplentvr... Vna cvm calendario Romano incalce operis ...Operis & horis succesivis N. Gray. Londini, excudebat Adam Islip, 1626.
- STC 21035.
- Rider's part was first published in 1589, under title: Bibliotheca scholastica, a double dictionarie.
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- [Riders dictionarie] [electronic resource] : [corrected and augmented with the addition of many hundred words ... : the barbarous words which were many hundreds are expunged ... : in the end of the dictionarie you shall finde certaine generall heads of birds, colours ... : lastly, the names of the chiefe places and townes in England, Scotland, and Ireland .. : also hereunto is annexed certaine tables of weights and measures ... : whereunto is joyned a Dictionarie etymologicall ...]
- [Riders dictionarie] [microform] : [corrected and augmented with the addition of many hundred words ... : the barbarous words which were many hundreds are expunged ... : in the end of the dictionarie you shall finde certaine generall heads of birds, colours ... : lastly, the names of the chiefe places and townes in England, Scotland, and Ireland .. : also hereunto is annexed certaine tables of weights and measures ... : whereunto is joyned a Dictionarie etymologicall ...]
- Riders dictionarie corrected, and augmented with the addition of many hundred words not extant in any former edition [electronic resource] : hereunto are annexed Riders calendar, and certaine tables explaining the names, weights, and valuations of auncient and moderne coynes, as also a table of the Hebrew, Greeke & Latine measures, reduced to our English standard & assise : whereunto is joyned a dictionarie etymologicall, deriving each word from his proper fountaine, the first that ever was extant in that kind, with many worthy castigations & additions, as will appeare in he title and epistle before it / by Francis Holioke
- A dictionary, English-Latin, and Latin-English, [electronic resource] : containing all things necessary for the translating of either language into the other. : To which end many things that were erroneous are rectified, many superfluities retrenched, and very many defects supplied. : And all suited to the meanest capacities in a plainer method than heretofore : being (for ease) reduced to an alphabetical order, and explained in the mother tongue. : And towards the completing of the English part (which has been long desired) here are added thousands of words, phrases, proverbs, proper names, and many other usefull things mentioned in the preface to the work. / By Elisha Coles, late of Magdalen Colledge, Oxon, now one of the ushers in Merchant-Taylors School, London
- Dictionarium minus [microform] : a compendious dictionary English-Latin & Latin-English : wherein the classical words of both languages are aptly rendered ... : also, the received names of herbs, plants &c. are largely inserted, divers proverbs explain'd, and many antiquities illustrated / by Christopher Wase