Kou et al. wrote > Jan wrote: > > >--- Herman Miller skrzypszy: > > > >> Well, I've decided to start learning this list's official language > >> :-), but I need to find a good dictionary. > > > >I feel honoured! I can't really help you with your quest for a Dutch > >dictionary, though; have you found something already? > > I had a choice of two last summer and opted for the Routledge Dutch > Dictionary (Dutch-English and English-Dutch) compiled by Fernand G. > Renier (ISBN 0-415-04610-6 ). I have an old Kramer's (older XX but not XIXC spelling; there are newer editions), pretty standard, and an emergency pocket Hugos ($4.50 a few years ago), but it doesn't get into many subtleties. I checked Amazon.com; they offer a plethora. I felt it would be presumptuous to point out to Herman that Ann Arbor is home to the _original_ Borders (he's lived there a couple years now and has surely been downtown.....); also that UM offers Dutch, consequently there may be used dictionaries floating around.