Richard Lloyd, An English-Welsh Dictionary (ca. 1594 - ca. 1629)
A Dictionaries in English and Brittish, commonly alled the Welsh tongue; very necessary for all such Englishmen as doe inhabite the confines of Wales, or such as have any commercement with the people of that countrey, or cary any affection to that language, &c. Whereunto is added a little Treatise of the true and naturall sound of the letters in the Brittish tongue, and of the meanes how an Englishman may come to the right pronunciation of them
British Library Harley MS 1626
Bilingual and polyglot dictionaries, glossaries, and vocabularies
Incomplete dictionary in the author's own hand, but with a printed title-page, pasted over the manuscript title-page, and without the promised essay on pronunciation. Owen asserts that it is "based mainly upon Salebury's Dictionary and Welsh translations of the Scriptures" and has no Welsh translations for English words after the letter L. Not seen.
British Library. A Catalogue of the Manuscripts Relating to Wales in the British Museum. Ed. Edward Owen. London: the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 1903. 256. view record
Bell, H. Idris. "The Welsh MSS. in the British Museum Collections." The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (1936): 15-40. 32-33. view record
Ian Lancashire, Editor.
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