Does anyone know of a decent Ancient Greek dictionary with a sizable English-to-Greek section? I'm just finishing up a self-taught course based on H&Q's text, but as with Latin, now that I've got a solid foundation in the language, my focus will be not on reading/translating ancient texts but on more creative uses. I've heard of a certain "lexicon" that's practically a standard, but it only goes from Greek-to-English. I need something more like Cassell's English <--> Latin Dictionary for Ancient Greek. I've managed to find the complete text of Woodhouse's dictionary online, but even this isn't quite what I'm looking for (doesn't list all principal parts of each verb, for one thing). Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!