The linear dust lattice waves propagating in a two-dimensional honeycomb configuration is investigated. The interaction between particles is considered up to distance 2a, i.e. the third-neighbor interactions. Longitudinal and transverse (in-plane) dispersion relations are derived for waves in arbitrary directions. The study of dispersion relations with more neighbor interactions shows that in some cases the results change physically. Also, the dispersion relation in the different direction displays anisotropy of the group velocity in the lattice. The results are compared with dispersion relations of the waves in the hexagonal lattice.