This is the first English-Zulu / Zulu-English dictionary to be developed in South Africa. It was begun in the 1940s by Wits University lecturers, CM Doke and BW Vilakazi. Vilakazi was the first published Zulu-language poet and his collection, Amal'eZulu, is listed in the Top 100 African Books of the twentieth century.
Die HAT Afrikaanse Sakwoordeboek bevat sowat 30 000 Afrikaanse woorde en uitdrukkings, duisende voorbeeldsinne en -frases, meer as 300 illustrasies, sinonieme, antonieme, inligting oor die herkoms van woorde, intensiewe vorme, manlike en vroulike vorme, afkortings en terme.
This brand-new edition of the Compact Oxford Dictionary & Thesaurus is a great reference tool, combining a dictionary and thesaurus integrated into one volume, making it ideal for all your language needs.
This new edition of the Concise Oxford Spanish Dictionary offers authoritative coverage of over 175,000 words and phrases, and 240,000 translations. Includes brand new information on online banking, and booking tickets.
The English-Afrikaans-Northern Sotho-Tswana Aid is a handy reference work for those wishing to improve their knowledge of one or more of the four languages included. Translations for commonly used words and phrases are given in the four languages at a glance.
Hierdie woordeboek spog met meer as 11 000 inskrywings waarvan elkeen 'n bondige, treffende vertaling bevat. Waar nodig, is voorbeelde en grammatikale verduidelikings ingesluit. Steeds die ideale hulpmiddel by die aanleer van of Afrikaans of Xhosa en vir vlotter kommunikasie.
This Dictionary provides students, pastors, and others with a convenient and useful source of word meanings and English glosses for the entire vocabulary of the Greek New Testament, and is an essential accompaniment to any course of NT Greek or serious study of the Bible in its original form.
A Dictionary of Hiberno-English is the leading reference authority on Hiberno-English - the form of English commonly spoken in Ireland. Bertie Speak, circling Shannon, dig-out, and ghost estate are just some of the new words, which have recently slipped into our daily lexicon, and are included in Terence Dolan's classic dictionary.