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Glossa is a Latin dictionary based on A Latin Dictionary: Founded on Andrews' Edition of Freund's Latin Dictionary: Revised, Enlarged, and in Great Part Rewritten by Charlton T. Lewis, Ph.D. and Charles Short, LL.D (commonly referred to as Lewis and Short). Published in 1879, this work is now in the public domain.
Version Notes: This release, 0.2 alpha, is very preliminary. Editing is still taking place. If you would like to help with this editing (or if you see something that needs to be corrected) please see the "Contribute" section under the "Glossa" menu. Version .2 alpha fixes the bug in .1 alpha that caused words that begin with capital letters to be mis-alphabetized. If you currently have Glossa installed, you'll need to uninstall before installing the new version.
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Glossa is licence under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. Basically, you are free to use distribute or remix this material, provided that you provide proper credit (see below), do not produce the work for commercial purposes, and allow others the same rights with your new work.
Credits: Please credit the following when reusing this work.
Code: Clint Hagen, A Third Way Technology
Glossa logo design: Colin O'Brien
Editors: Clint Hagen, Andrew Rist