DiCoLat

Diccionario de Colocaciones Latinas

DiCoLat (Dictionary of Latin Collocations on the Internet) is an online dictionary that collects and describes in a systematic and detailed way all verbo-nominal collocations (of the type gratias agere, bellum gerere or inmentem vinore) of the Latin language in a large corpus of authors and works from the 2nd century BC. until the 5th century AD.

This dictionary provides an exhaustive semantic, syntactic and combinatorial analysis of each of the collocations, as well as real examples of use (with their respective translations into Spanish), frequency of use, distribution by authors and literary genres and diachronic evolution.

Thanks to the information collected in the entries for each collocation, each noun and each supporting verb, DiCoLat seeks to be a consultation tool for Latin teachers and students, as well as for translators and researchers of Latin. linguistics (Latin and general) who want to approach either the Latin language or the study of collocations from a broader interlinguistic perspective.

  • How to cite
J.M. Baños & M.D. Jiménez López (coords.): DiCoLat: Diccionario de colocaciones latinas. <https://dicolat.iatext.ulpgc.es> [Fecha de la consulta]