Freund, Wilhelm (b. 1806)

Freund, Wilhelm, German philologist, born at Kempen, in Posen; studied education at Berlin and Breslau, and was chiefly occupied in teaching till 1870, when he retired in order to devote himself to his literary pursuits; besides classical school-books and some works on philology, he compiled an elaborate Latin dictionary in 4 vols., which has been the basis of the standard English-Latin dictionaries since; (b. 1806).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Fresno * Freyr
Freiligrath, Ferdinand
Freischütz
Frémont, John Charles
French Philosophism
French Revolution
Frere, Sir Henry Bartle Edward
Frere, John Hookham
Fresco
Fresnel, Augustin Jean
Fresno
Freund, Wilhelm
Freyr
Freytag, Gustav
Friar
Friar John
Friar Tuck
Friday
Friday
Friedland, Valentin
Friend of Man
Friendly Islands