A Latin-English dictionary:
(Rei Sub ed.; Chambers, 1994)
(indexed ed.; Cassell's, 1977): This
hardcover dictionary is slightly more expensive than Chambers-Murray,
and its entries are less informative. It may be marginally easier to
read, however, and it has both Latin-English and English-Latin sections.
I strongly advise against buying the inferior Cassell's Concise edition.
New College Latin & English Dictionary
(3rd rev. upd. ed.;
Bantam, 2007): The New College
Latin & English dictionary has long been the best pocket dictionary
on the market. Two of its advantages are price (cheap) and portability
(it really does fit in a large pocket). It also contains good tables
of declensions and conjugations, a pronunication guide, and an English-Latin
section in addition to Latin-English. Its big disadvantage is that the
entries themselves are not very complete and do not include examples
C.T. Lewis's Elementary
(Oxford Univerisity Press, 1969): The
Cadillac of intermediate-level Latin Dictionaries: somewhat expensive
($50.00) and available only in hardcover, but otherwise excellent, with
lots of good usage examples.