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I can read some Latin, but not enough to finish a book without a dictionary nearby. I'd like to read some old famous writings of the Romans. I'd be curious if anyone's figured out how to do this on any e-reader. I have Kindle, iPhone, and Android, but I would buy another e-reader if it had this feature.

It's important that a word I don't know can be instantly defined in place without having to open another app or lose my page. I know how to do this for the most common EFIGS languages (english, french, italian, german, spanish). But not for less common languages like Korean or Latin.

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  • What is your kindle model? – Woeitg Sep 25 '16 at 16:04
  • Paperwhite, but i'll buy a new one if there's one that does this – Jonathan Sep 27 '16 at 19:02
  • Sorry, I have Kobo readers, but this looks promising. – beaker Jan 15 at 16:09

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