The first Lithuanian language dictionary was compiled by Konstantinas Sirvydas and printed in 1629 as a trilingual (Polish–Latin–Lithuanian) dictionary. Five editions of it were printed until 1713, but it was used and copied by other lexicographers until the 19th century.
There also existed a number of notable unpublished dictionaries.
At the beginning of the 19th century linguists recognized the preserved archaic character of Lithuanian, and it came into the focus of the comparative linguistics of Indo-European languages. To address the needs of linguists, Georg H. F. Nesselmann published a Lithuanian–German dictionary in 1851.
- Lithuanian–Multilanguage online and offline dictionary
- Lithuanian–Multilanguage online dictionary
- English–Lithuanian online searchable dictionary
- English–Lithuanian and German–Lithuanian online dictionary
- Dictionary of contemporary Lithuanian (Lithuanian–Lithuanian)
- Academic Dictionary of Lithuanian (Lithuanian–Lithuanian)
- Polish–Lithuanian dictionary
- English–Lithuanian internet terms dictionary
- English–Lithuanian computer terms dictionary
- Russian–Lithuanian dictionary
- Italian–Lithuanian dictionary
- Lithuanian toponym dictionary
- Lithuanian–French–Lithuanian online dictionary : updated October 09, 2006 with 30,347 entries
- Lithuanian–English–German–French–Russian radionics terms dictionary
- Lithuanian–English–German–French–Russian physics terms dictionary
- Hungarian–Lithuanian–Hungarian dictionary