A new and complete dictionary of the English and Dutch languages: with a vocabulary of proper names, geographical, historical, &c. In two parts; I. English and Dutch, II. Dutch and English. Compiled chiefly from the quarto dictionary of William Sewel; and containing not only all the words to be found in that dicitonary, but also numerous and important additions, collected from the best authorities in both languages. Distinguishing the preterits and participles of all the verbs, as well in English as in Dutch, with the genders of the Dutch substantives and their diminuitives. Including also, in the second part, all such foreign words of general use as have been incorporated into the Dutch language, and which have never before appeared, as part of it, in any dictionary

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C. Dilly, 1798 - Dutch language - 629 pages
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