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Overview Overview This work contains Strong's classic dictionaries of Biblical Greek and Hebrew with beautiful display of all Greek and Hebrew characters as well as transliteration, and it contains advanced navigational capabilities.
Description of Strong's Classic Work Strong's concise dictionary of Biblical Greek and Hebrew including Aramaic as well , like his concordance, is a classic reference work for biblical studies and is accessible to the layperson. Each word is defined in English, and the translation s of that word in the Authorized English Version are presented.
They were bound together with Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. It contains glosses for every lexeme word in Biblical Hebrew over and Biblical Aramaic over It integrates lexicographic research from various sources to present the best of contemporary scholarship. All Greek and Hebrew in Strong's dictionary is accompanied by beautiful transliteration; you do not need to know Greek or Hebrew to make use of this e-book.
As a result, it makes use of all of the navigational capabilities on the various Nook devices, including the use of a two-tiered table of contents, allowing for rapid navigation to a particular entry in the desired dictionary by its first two letters.
Note that navigation details might be different in the various Nook applications for platforms other than the Nook itself. You can navigate directly to a particular entry in Strong's dictionary by searching for that entry by Strong's number with "g" for "Greek" or "h" for Hebrew prepended to it.
For example, to navigate to the entry for Strong's Greek , simply type "g" in the Find box. This will take you to the page on which Strong's Greek appears. See the book's preface for more details, including transliteration schemes. Note, however, that as of the time of this writing, some Nook models only search forward from your present location in the book. Thus, you may need to navigate first to a location before your desired location.
Moreover, it can take the Nook some time to index the book before searching will take place in a reasonable amount of time; wait a day or so after purchasing this e-book to use this navigation option. Indeed, some Nook models search slowly even after that time period, in which case we recommend using the other navigation options. Note on Version This e-book was updated on January 14, to address compatibility issues with recent software updates to certain Nook models 1. Publisher Miklal Software Solutions, Inc.
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The classic English protestant Bible, with fully integrated Hebrew and Greek dictionaries. Click on any Click on any underlined word and read the word's definition, and links to root terms etc.
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The basis of the whole work is the first and much the largest portion, to which this Preface more particularly applies. The design and use of the succeeding portions are explained in the Prefaces to them respectively. The present work is entitled "The Exhaustive Concordance" of the text of the English Bible ordinarily in use, because it is the only one hitherto constructed that gives all the words of that book and all the passages where they are found; and in this respect no Concordance can ever be made more perfect. In its preparation three great features have been constantly kept in view, completeness , simplicity , and accuracy. It is intended to be a permanent standard for purposes of reference: so full in its vocabulary and lists that every one consulting it will be sure to find a passage easily and quickly, by seeking it under any word whatever that it contains; so plain in its arrangement that a child cannot miss his way in using it; so correct in its citations, both numerical and verbal, that the most scholarly may implicitly depend upon it. For this reason no preceding work of the kind has been taken as a basis for the present one; it is entirely independent of them all.
Bible Reference Bible Concordances Christianbook. All verse references in the Concordance are linked to that verse in the Bible so that you can easily navigate between the Concordance and Bible text. The application is supporting English language. Book Condition: New. Each chapter has an index of its verses. By assigning numbers to each unique word in the Old and New Testaments and listing each word with its number, Strong produced a standard, still used today, for referencing definitions. Click Get Books and find your favorite books in the online library.
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James Strong, former professor of exegetical theology at Drew Theological Seminary, spent more than thirty-five years preparing his landmark concordance. We hope this tools make your Bible Study deep and easy!