Latin Language Tools
Whitaker’s Words is a parsing tool that can identify Latin words in their various forms, provide the dictionary meaning, and list all possible forms.
Lewis and Short’s Latin dictionary (both the full and abbreviated versions) is available on a searchable website hosted by the Perseus Project.
Allen and Greenough’s New Latin Grammar s available as a searchable database on Perseus and as a PDF download from Textkit.
Charles Bennett’s A Latin Grammar is available as a PDF download from Textkit.
Duke University’s Collection of Tools of the Trade for the Study of Greek and Latin.
Saint Louis University’s website, “Introductory Latin Materials,” provides a number of aids to learning and reviewing Latin grammar, including a Wheelock vocabulary grid for Chapters 1-20and Chapters 21-40. The vocabulary grid separates words by part of speech.
Greek Language Tools
The Perseus Greek Dictionary Tool allows you to search through several standard Greek dictionaries: the LSJ, the “Middle Liddell,” the Slater (a lexicon for Pindar), and the Autenrieth (a lexicon for Homer).
Herbert Weir Smyth’s A Greek Grammar for Colleges is available as a searchable database on Perseus and as a PDF download from Textkit.
Basil L. Gildersleeve’s Syntax of Classical Greek is available as a searchable database on Perseus.
OKUS is a computer application available for download that allows for easier reading of ancient Greek texts through its color coding capabilities and parsing and vocabulary tools.