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You can check out my hub on the subject for a list of some excellent but maybe a little "quirky" reference books:
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The Oxford English Dictionary, hands down. My other favorites are also mostly dictionaries: Oxford Latin Dictionary, Oxford Classical Dictionary, and
Liddell & Scott's Greek-English Lexicon.
I have 3 dictionaries, an unabridged, an abridged and pocket dictionary. I also use a thesaurus and a rhyming dictionary.
The Oxford Dictionary of word histories.
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