The Latin Online Word Lookup (LatinOWL) is an iOS app that, by using data from the Perseus Latin Word Tool, allows a user to lookup any Latin word, locate the root (i.e. nominative noun/adjective or the 1st person singular present active indicative for verbs), and parse the entered form. It gives all possible forms for the word entered. This tool also links the roots to the online Lewis & Short dictionary from Perseus, and also from that dictionary, provides links to all the works in the Perseus database that are quoted in the dictionary.
The program is copyright 2013 Scot Mcphee.
- Many thanks must go to Matt Gallagher of CocoaWithLove for the 'XPathQuery' class used in this project. I am very glad he built that wrapper around libxml2 and not me.
- This project also uses the 'Reachability' class from Apple.
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