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BDAG - A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature, 3rd edition  (BDAG)
40.3 MB 04-Oct-2020
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Author(s): Danker, Frederick William; Bauer, Walter
Module version: 1.2

Described as an "invaluable reference work" (Classical Philology) and "a tool indispensable for the study of early Christian literature" (Religious Studies Review) in its previous edition, this new updated American edition of Walter Bauer's Wörterbuch zu den Schriften des Neuen Testaments builds on its predecessor's staggering deposit of extraordinary erudition relating to Greek literature from all periods. Including entries for many more words, the new edition also lists more than 25,000 additional references to classical, intertestamental, Early Christian, and modern literature.

Read more and see samples at the product page.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible  (EDB)
10.3 MB 02-Oct-2010
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Author(s): Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Module version: 1.0
Description: The Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible gathers nearly 5,000 alphabetically ordered articles that thoroughly yet clearly explain all the books, persons, places, and significant terms found in the Bible. The Dictionary also explores the background of each biblical book and related writings and discusses cultural, natural, geographical, and literary phenomena—matters that Bible students at all levels may encounter in reading or discussion. Click to read more at the product page
New American Standard Exchaustive Concordance  (NASEC)
15.4 MB 11-Apr-2010
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Author(s): The Lockman Foundation
Module version: 1.1
Description: New American Standard Updated Edition Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible with Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries

Keyed to Strong's numbers, it can be used to replace the standard Mickelson/Strong's dictionary.

NOTICE: This is part of the New American Standard Bible package and cannot be installed independently.

New American Standard Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek Dictionary  (NASBHGD2020)
10.7 MB 13-Mar-2021
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Author(s): The Lockman Foundation
Module version: 1.0
Description: The NASBHGD 2020 Dictionary is part of a bundle with the NASB 2020, and cannot be purchased separately.

The NASB 2020 is an update of the NASB 1995 that further improves accuracy where possible, modernizes language, and improves readability. These refinements maintain faithful accuracy to the original texts and provide a clear understanding of God’s Word to those who prefer more modern English standards. The long-established translation standard for the NASB remains the same as it always has been, that is to accurately translate the inspired Word of God from the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts into modern English that is clearly understandable today.

theWord Features

NASB 2020 Bible

  • Searchable text (via regular text and Strong’s Numbers)
  • Strong’s Numbers
  • Words of Jesus in Red
  • Headings
  • Paragraphs
  • Cross references
  • Footnotes
  • Strong’s Numbers linked to NASBHGD 2020 Dictionary

NASBHGD 2020 Dictionary

  • Fully searchable text
  • Easy navigation via topics tree display.
  • Strong’s Numbers
  • Greek Lemmas
  • Hebrew Lemmas
  • Special Text Colors
  • Normal: Text
  • Usage: NASB 2020 Usage
  • Hyperlink: G10
  • Transliteration: Melek
  • Hebrew: מֶלֶךְ
  • Greek: κοδράντης
Theological Dictionary of the New Testament TDNT (10 vols.)  (TDNT)
30.3 MB 25-Sep-2020
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Author(s): Kittel, Gerhard; Friedrich, Gerhard
Module version: 1.0
This monumental reference work, complete in ten volumes, is the authorized and unabridged translation of the famous Theologisches Wörterbuch zum Neuen Testament, known commonly as “Kittel” and considered by many scholars to be the best New Testament Dictionary ever compiled. Mediating between ordinary lexicography and the specific task of exposition, TDNT treats more than 2,300 theologically significant New Testament words, including the more important prepositions and numbers as well as many proper names from the Old Testament. Presenting the words in the order of the Greek alphabet, TDNT typically discusses the following for each word: its secular Greek background, its role in the Old Testament, its use in extra biblical Jewish literature, and its varied uses in the New Testament. Substantial bibliographies and footnotes supplement the articles. It is designed for the intermediate and advanced Greek student. Each significant Greek word of the New Testament is comprehensively presented and takes account of its:

  • Greek background
  • role in the Old Testament (in the Hebrew and the Septuagint)
  • use by Philo, Josephus, and in the rabbinical literature
  • uses in the New Testament and its various genres
  • appearances (where appropriate) in the Apostolic Fathers

More than 100 distinguished scholars contributed to the work, including specialists in Old Testament, Septuagint, Hellenistic, Semitic and Rabbinic studies. Extensive bibliographies and detailed footnoting supplement the articles.

theWord Features:

  • Verse popups
  • Fully searchable text
  • Easy navigation of topics via topics tree display.
  • Greek Lemmas
  • Strong’s Numbers
  • Special Text Colors
    • Normal: Text
    • Hyperlink: Grundmann | 2 Tm. 3:1 ff. | 1 |
    • Volume & Page Number: v1 p162
    • Latin: supra
    • Transliteration: qādēs̆: ṭāhēr
    • Greek: σωμάτων
    • Hebrew: מִשְׁפָּט

Note: This is the unabridged version which is 10 volumes in print.

Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, Abridged in One Volume  (TDNTa)
3.8 MB 02-Oct-2010
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Author(s): Kittel, Gerhard; Friedrich, Gerhard
Module version: 1.0
Description: The Theological Dictionary of the New Testament, Abridged in one volume (TDNTa), also known as "Little Kittel", is considered by many to be the best New Testament dictionary ever compiled. One of the most widely respected theological dictionaries put into one-volume, abridged form. Focusing on the theological meaning of each word, the abridgment contains English keywords for each entry and tables of English and Greek keywords.

Read more at the product page

Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament  (TWOT)
6.7 MB 24-Nov-2019
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Author(s): Harris, Laird R.; Archer, Gleason L.;Waltke, Bruce K.
Module version: 1.1

This extensive, scholarly work includes discussions of every Hebrew word of theological significance in the Old Testament, plus brief definitions of all other words found in Brown, Driver and Briggs Hebrew Lexicon. Keyed to Strong's Concordance, the Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament (TWOT) has been a longtime favorite of serious students of the Bible -pastors and laypeople alike. The busy pastor or earnest Christian worker who has neither the time nor the background for detailed technical study yet desires to understand important terms will enjoy this practical resource.

Read more at the product page.
Vocabulary of the Greek Testament: Student Edition  (VGNTS)
62.2 MB 09-Jul-2021
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Author(s): J. H. Moulton and G. Milligan. + Alan Loder
Module version: 1.5

Vocabulary of the Greek Testament:
Student Edition (VGNTS)


Allan T. Loder

‘Vocabulary of the Greek Testament: Student Edition’ is an update/revision of Moulton’s and Milligan’s ‘VGNT’ published 1924-1930.  It is based on the 1929 print edition — which is now in the public domain — along with some supplemental material from the 1930 edition. However, it is not merely an electronic reproduction of Moulton’s and Milligan’s book. While every attempt has been made to remain true to the original content of VGNT, the VGNTS is an major update/revision designed to make Moulton’s and Milligan’s valuable resource more accessible to a wider English-speaking audience — especially those whose knowledge of the Biblical languages is very basic, “rusty,” or non-existent.

A reading of the print version of VGNT suggests that the original authors, Moulton and Milligan, presupposed that their intended audience would have a high level of understanding of the Greek language. Hopefully, the enhancements in the VGNTS version will help fill the gap for those whose knowledge is somewhat less than they anticipated.

Moultons and Milligans purpose for publishing the ‘The Vocabulary of the Greek Testament’ was to demonstrate that the language of the Greek New Testament was the common (Κοινή, Koinē) language used by people on the street.  The source documents used are mostly papyri and inscriptions that were discovered in the 1800s and early 1900s. These include such items as personal letters, court transcripts, marriage contracts, bills of sale, petitions, etc. These give us a facinating look into the daily lives of those who lived around the time when the New Testament was written. The purpose of the ‘Vocabulary of the Greek Testament: Student Edition’ remains the same as that of Moulton and Milligan, except now with the enhancements it is more accessible to a much wider audience.

The following enhancements have been made:

a.  Each lexical entry is keyed to Strongs numbers. This creates a hyperlink between this dictionary module and any Bible module with Greek text in theWord that is keyed to Strong’s.  In cases where there is no corresponding Strong’s number, the Greek word is listed in the index. In cases where the lexical form is different in VGNT than in Strong’s, the Strong’s form appears after the VGNT form inside brackets with a tilde at the beginning.  For example,  αἱμορροέω (~ αἱμορῥέω).

b.  For each lexical entry the Greek word is given, followed by a transliteration, the [page number] where the word occurs in the print edition, an asterisk(*) to indicate the entry has been updated/revised, and a gloss.  For example, ἀγάπη [page 2]* [agapē, love].

c.  All internal cross-references to VGNT other entries have been hyperlinked. For example, in the body of the text of G154 ατω you will see s.v. ρωτω [erōtaō“to ask”]. This word is hyperlinked to G2065 ρωτωThere are over 500 such cross-references provided, thus making this module more useful and user-friendly.

d.  Inline English translations are provided for all Greek text, as well as for most Hebrew, Aramaic, Syriac, Latin, French and German text.  A transliteration of some text is also provided, where deemed helpful.

e. In all translations of Greek text, the corresponding word for the lexical entry is underlined in both the Greek sentence and English translation. The intent to help the English reader understand how that word functions in the sentence. 

f. All papyri and inscriptions cited by Moulton and Milligan were carefully checked against available print and/or electronic sources. In some cases, later editions (i.e., transcriptions) of certain papyri have become available that have been emended by the editors differently than what is shown in VGNT. These are noted in the footnotes, along with the later transcriptions.

g. Over 460 new lexical entries are added as a result of papyri and inscriptions discovered in the decades since Moulton and Milligan.

h. New source materials are added to existing lexical entries, where available and deemed helpful.

i.  Pertinent information, such as units of measure, currency, names of Egyptian months, official titles, etc., is provided and hyperlinked. 

j.  In cases where references to the LXX (Septuagint) are given, the text of the LXX and an English translation is provided in the footnote. In addition, the parallel Hebrew Masoretic Text (MT) reference is hyperlinked to the biblical text. Both references are given. For example, LXX Psa. 90:1 [= MT Psa. 91:1].

l.  The VGNTS includes exerts from books cited in the print edition of VGNT which is now either out of print, no longer available, or very hard to find. Occasionally, Moulton and Milligan redirects the reader elsewhere, without providing any additional information themselves on a particular word.  For example, for the entry Κανά (Kana, “Cana”) they have only See F. C. Burkitt Syriac Forms, pp. 18f., 22.” In the VGNTS the information from those source cited is incorporated into the lexical entry where deemed helpful (See entry G2580).

m. In cases where the discussion on the particular form of a word centers around NT text-critical issues, relevant information is provided in the footnotes.

n.  Unfortunately, one of the greatest challenges for the student of papyrology and epigraphy is that sources are frequently listed under more that one catalogue identifier. For example Syll 364 is no. 364 of the second edition of Dittenbergers Sylloge Inscriptionum Graecarum. But it is also listed as Syll.3 797, and again as IMT SuedlTroas 573. This can be confusing and frustrating when attempting to look up a given source.  This enhanced version of VGNT addresses this challenge by providing several additional catalogue identifiers inside square brackets.  For example, Syll 364 [= Syll.3 797 = IMT SuedlTroas 573].


Abbott-Smith's Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament  (AMGL)
1.9 MB 12-Mar-2020
Author(s): Abbott-Smith, G.
Module version: 1.7

Abbot-Smith’s A Manual Lexicon of the New Testament was written to offer an update to older lexicons—those written before the discovery of manuscripts demonstrating that the New Testament was written in koine Greek, rather than a Hebrew variant of classical Greek. It was also written to be a quick reference guide for students of the New Testament to use while reading their Greek text. It adopts the textual standard of Moulton and Geden’s Concordance to the Greek New Testament by following the Westcott & Hort Greek text.


  • Keyed to Strong’s
  • Synonyms Keyed to Strong’s
  • Hebrew words are replaced by Strong’s # (where Hebrew could not be replaced by Strong’s the Hebrew remains)
  • where there is only a “see” definition that Strong’s number is given
  • Color coding of links for easy reference
  • Hyperlinks for all abbreviations
  • *** Now with Link topics for version 1.5 ***
This module is a conversion of the one from with some minor additions.
American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - A Dictionary of Holy Bible  (AmTrac)
9.8 MB 10-Nov-2011
Author(s): Rand, William W.; Robinson, Edward
Module version: 1.1
Description: American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Containing 2286 entries cross-referenced and cross-linked along with the images found in the original printed version.
Ancient Hebrew Lexicon of the Bible  (AHLB)
1.7 MB 30-May-2020
Author(s): Benner, Jeff A
Module version: 1.5
Description: Hebrew Letters, Words and Roots Defined Within Their Ancient Cultural Context
Bridgeway Bible Dictionary  (BBD)
Courtesy of Bridgeway Publications
4.3 MB 28-Oct-2015
Author(s): Fleming, Don
Module version: 1.2
Description: An accurate, readable and helpful A to Z of almost 1000 entries that cover all the major areas of biblical knowledge:
- Theological issues and Christian doctrines
- Life and ministry of Jesus Christ
- Salvation and Christian life
- Church and mission
- Christian ethics
- Cultures, customs and religions
- Books of the Bible
- Historical studies of nations and peoples
- Environmental features of Bible lands
- Characters of the Bible
- Maps, charts, line drawings and tables
Dodson Greek-English Lexicon  (Dodson)
0.5 MB 08-Aug-2014
Author(s): Dodson, John Jeffrey
Module version: 1.0
Description: Dodson Greek-English Lexicon
Copyright © 2010 by John Jeffrey Dodson

This dictionary is keyed to Strong's numbers (New Testament only). It provides for each entry the original word, morphology and a short, single line, quick definition. This Greek-to-English lexicon was compiled by the copyright holder using the following public-domain sources:

[1] Abbott-Smith, G., A Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1922.
[2] Berry, George R., A New Greek-English Lexicon to the New Testament, New York: Hinds & Noble, 1897.
[3] Souter, Alexander, A Pocket Lexicon to the Greek New Testament, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1917.
[4] Strong, J., Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, 1890.

The lexicon is hereby released by the copyright holder into the public domain. As such, it may be used for personal, academic,
non-commercial, and/or commercial purposes.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary  (Fausset)
2.4 MB 04-Oct-2012
Author(s): Fausset, Andrew Robert
Module version: 1.3
Description: The Fausset's Bible Dictionary by A.R. Fausset, the co-author of the classic Jamieson, Fausset and Brown Commentary. This Bible Dictionary remains an excellent tool for teachers and students alike. It is one of the best single-volume Bible dictionaries ever written for Bible study. Fausset writes in an easy to understand format for any serious student of the Bible or scholar. Fausset's Bible Dictionary is an excellent tool for Bible study whether it be in-depth or basic.
Greek to Hebrew and Hebrew to Greek, Dictionary of Septuagint Words  (LXXGrkHeb)
0.7 MB 02-Oct-2012
Author(s): Leblanc, Pierre
Module version: 1.0
Description: Greek to Hebrew Dictionary of Septuagint Words (revised with original language characters)
This lexicon contains Greek words found in the Septuagint and also found in the NT. These are coded to Strong's. The lexicon also contains the equivalent Hebrew words which the Septuagint has translated. The Hebrew words are also coded to Strong's. The benefit is that one can find the in depth meaning of all these OT Hebrew words thus providing a link between the NT Greek and OT Hebrew. (Due acknowledgment is given to Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament by Abbot-Smith and Hatch and Redpath Concordance to the Septuagint).

Hebrew to Greek Dictionary of Septuagint Words (revised with original language characters)
This lexicon contains Hebrew words found in the OT which are coded to Strong's and also contains equivalent Greek words which have translated these Hebrew words in the Septuagint. These Greek words are also found in the NT and are coded to Strong's. The benefit is that by double clicking on the Strong's numbers while having a Greek lexicon as a default, one can find the in depth meaning of all these Septuagint Greek words thus providing a link between the OT Hebrew and NT Greek. (Due acknowledgment is given to Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament by Abbot-Smith and Hatch and Redpath Concordance to the Septuagint)

By Pierre Leblanc

Note :- 'Only the words common to both the OT (Septuagint) and NT are included and not the whole LXX (Septuagint).

Hitchcock's Bible Names  (HBN)
0.2 MB 27-Jun-2009
Author(s): Hitchcock, Roswell Dwight
Module version: 1.0
Description: Published in the late 1800's as part of the "New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible", Roswell Hitchcock's purpose was to define over 2,700 names of characters and places found in the Bible.

This dictionary is from "Hitchcock's New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible," written by Roswell D. Hitchcock in 1869. Published in the late 1800's as part of the "New and Complete Analysis of the Holy Bible", Roswell Hitchcock's purpose was to define over 2,700 names of characters and places found in the Bible.
Illustrated Bible Dictionary  (Easton)
1.2 MB 23-Sep-2012
Author(s): Easton, Matthew George
Module version: 1.1
Description: The fruit of many years of loving labor, Scottish Presbyterian minister Matthew George Easton's Illustrated Bible Dictionary has become a classic reference for those studying the Bible. Originally published in 1897, three years after Easton's death, it contains almost 4,000 entries and dozens of illustrations and maps.
Readers will find definitions of terms ranging from Alpha to Zuzims. In between they'll find entries both obscure and common, such as Emims (a warlike tribe of giants), Hagar (Sarah's handmaid), immortality, meekness, Pentecost (the feast of harvest), seventy weeks (a prophetic period of time before the coming of the Messiah), sling (what David used to slay the giant), and Zorah (Samson't birthplace).

Notice: This electronic copy for 'theWord' does not currently include the maps and illustrations.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia  (ISBE)
12.5 MB 13-Nov-2015
Author(s): Orr, James; Nuelsen, John; Mullins, Edgar; Evans, Morris; Kyle, Melvin Grove
Module version: 1.3
Description: This encyclopedia was published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. Hailed for its authoritative explanations of every significant word, person, and place in the Bible and Apocrypha, it is a standard by which other Biblical encyclopedias are measured. In contains articles by nearly 200 scholars about archaeological discoveries, the language and literature of Bible lands, customs, family life, occupations, and the historical and religious environments of Bible people.
King James Concordance  (KJC)
2.7 MB 06-Jun-2015
Module version: 1.1
Description: This concordance is compiled based upon Strong's numbers. It lists all occurrences of the original language words and their English translations.
Liddell-Scott-Jones Lexicon of Classical Greek  (LSJ)
15.5 MB 27-Jun-2009
Author(s): Liddell, Henry George; Scott Robert; Jones, Henry Stuart
Module version: 1.3
Description: A Greek-English Lexicon - Unabridged (Liddell, Scott, Jones). Keyed to Greek words, with abbreviation linked and explained for easy reading.
Liddell-Scott-Jones Lexicon of Classical Greek, An Intermediate Greek English Lexicon (1882) (Abridged)  (MLSJ)
3.2 MB 27-Dec-2011
Author(s): Liddell, Henry George; Scott, Robert
Module version: 1.1

A Greek-English Lexicon - Abridged (Liddell, Scott, Jones), best known as Middle Liddell/Scott - MLSJ. Keyed to Greek words, with abbreviations linked and explained for easy reading. Each definition is nicely formatted and indented for easier reference and less clutter.

This Abridgment of the Oxford Greek Lexicon has been undertaken in compliance with wishes expressed by several experienced School Masters. It is an entirely new work, and it is hoped that it will meet their requirements.

It differs from the old Abridgement, in that

  • 1st. It is made from the last Edition (1883) of the large Lexicon.
  • 2ndly. The matter contained in it is greatly increased. This increase has been caused by giving fuller explanations of the words, by inserting the irregular forms of Moods and Tenses more fully, by citing the leading Authorities for the different usages, and adding characteristic phrases.

With regard to the citation of Authors' names, it has been endeavoured to give the earliest authority for each usage. When the word or meaning continued in general use, an 'etc.' is added to the first authority or authorities. When the original usage seems to be continued only exceptionally, the names of the exceptional have been added.

Generaly speaking, words used only by late writers and scientific terms have been omitted. But from Homer downwards, to the close of Classical Attic Greek, care has been taken to insert all words. Besides these, will be found words used by Aristotle in his moral and political treatises, by Polybius and Strabo in the books generally read by students, by Plutarch in his Lives, by Lucian, by the Poets of the Anthology, and by the writes of the New Testament.

Mickelson's Enhanced Strong's Greek and Hebrew Dictionaries  (Mickelson)
Courtesy of Jonathan K. Mickelson at PlowShare Mission
8.7 MB 03-Aug-2015
Author(s): Mickelson, Jonathan Kristen
Module version: 1.0
Description: This UPDATED and ENHANCED EDITION marks the first known update to the Strong's Dictionaries in one hundred fifteen years. It contains the Greek and Hebrew Unicode for each entry. Each entry is normalized into various fields for extended computer usage. The dictionaries contain parts of speech as well as proper noun identification of people, locations, groups (nationalities and followers), and things.

This is the primary Strong's dictionary used by 'theWord'.
Morrish Bible dictionary, A New and Concise Bible Dictionary  (Morrish)
14.7 MB 23-Mar-2010
Author(s): Morrish, George
Module version: 1.1
Description: Originally published with the title 'A New and Concise Bible Dictionary by George Morrish (London)', the Morrish Bible Dictionary is more than a dictionary of Bible words.
Features of the Morrish Bible Dictionary include:
- Definitions and explanations of almost 5,000 Bible terms, words, doctrines, places, and people.
- A list of New Testament Synonyms and how they are used by the writers of the New Testament.
- Introductions and overviews of each book of the Bible.
- Thousands of Scripture references.
- Many of the images found in the original version are also included
Nave's Topical Bible  (Nave)
0.9 MB 27-Jun-2009
Author(s): Nave, Orville James
Module version: 1.0
Description: Nave's Topics were originally produced by Orville J. Nave, A.M., D.D., LL.D. while serving as a Chaplin in the United States Army. He referred to this work as "the result of fourteen years of delightful and untiring study of the Word of God." Nave's topics were originally published in the early 1900's, and consists of 20,000+ topics and subtopics, and 100,000 references to the Scriptures.

The topic headings are broad, covering many religious concepts, geographical regions, and names of Biblical figures. While theological concepts such as salvation and worship are included, a wide range of topics, such as Biblical references to ropes, are also included. This reflects the author's intention, as stated in the book's preface, to "...note and classify everything found in the Scriptures".
Noah Webster's 1828 Dictionary of American English  (Webster)
6 MB 28-Dec-2014
Author(s): Webster, Noah
Module version: 1.3
Description: Webster considered "education useless without the Bible". Noah Webster believed that the Bible and Christianity played important roles in the lives of a free people and its government. "In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government, ought to be instructed.... No truth is more evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people...."
Robinson's Morphological Analysis Codes  (RMAC-en)
0.2 MB 14-Jul-2020
Author(s): Robinson
Module version: 1.3
Description: This is a list of abbreviations for the grammar morphology codes that are used in various Bible texts. Several New Testament texts are tagged with an abbreviation code after each word that explains its grammar, and this dictionary contains the analytical explanation of each abbreviation.

This is the offical 'theWord' morphology codes dictionary.
Shoroshim: Thesaurus of Hebrew Roots  (Shoroshim)
1.5 MB 05-Mar-2013
Author(s): Brauner, Reuven
Module version: 1.1


Shoroshim by Reuven Brauner may be the most comprehensive list of Hebrew Verb roots ever published with close to 3300 entries. The verb roots are presented with definitions, synonyms and derivative meanings in thesaurus form, laid out in a clear, delightful and aesthetic manner.


Unlike ordinary dictionaries which are cluttered with permutations and combinations of grammatical forms for the same root, Shoroshim efficiently cuts right to the root.

Shoroshim provides easy guidelines to assist in the often complex and frustrating effort to determine a verb root.


Shoroshim covers all periods in the development of the Hebrew language, from the Biblical period through modern Hebrew. Shoroshim includes a large number of obscure and obsolete roots, particularly helpful to the scholar and academic.


Shoroshim is fun and easy to use, an indispensable quick reference source for all students and translators of Hebrew.


Shoroshim is a seminal unique work, available only from Talmudic Books at Please visit to peruse and download the work.

Smith's Bible Dictionary  (Smith)
1.2 MB 16-Jul-2009
Author(s): Smith, William
Module version: 1.1
Description: A classic reference, this comprehensive Bible dictionary gives you thousands of easy-to-understand definitions, verse references, and provides a wealth of basic background information that you'll find indispensable as you read the Bible.

Over 4,500 subjects and proper names are defined and analyzed with corresponding Scripture references. "Smith's Bible Dictionary" has been used by students of the Bible since it's introduction in the 1860's. A trustworthy classic that is more than just a dictionary defining thousands of biblical words.
Thayer's Greek-English Lexicon  (Thayer)
2.8 MB 30-May-2020
Author(s): Thayer, J. Henry
Module version: 1.4


Greek-English Lexicon


the New Testament

being Grimm’s Wilke’s Clavis Novi Testamenti Translated Revised and Enlarged by Joseph Henry Thayer, D.D.

  • Topics listed by Greek lemma
  • Enhanced with Strong's numbers, as topic links
  • Topic lookup by Strong's or Lemma
  • Bibles containing lemma data can use "word click" in Bible view to synchronise lemma with Lexicon
  • Strong's links in Bible will popup info if set as a Strong's dictionary for that Bible
Thompson Chain-Reference  (TCR)
0.4 MB 27-Jun-2009
Author(s): Thompson, Frank C.
Module version: 1.0
Description: Frank Thompson's 1934 "The New Chain-Reference Bible". Became public domain material in 1962. Spellings Anglicized. Errors in cross-references corrected. Material keyed and proofed by Paul Houghton. This material contains information that is a proper subset of the material distributed by B.B. Kirkbride under the trademark of "Thompson Chain-References".
Torrey's New Topical Textbook  (TTT)
0.5 MB 27-Jun-2009
Author(s): Torrey, Reuben Archer
Module version: 1.0
Description: Torrey's Topical Textbook is a reference book or concordance for topics found in the Holy Bible. It contains subject index guides to topics found throughout the scriptures. The work contains 628 entries and over 20,000 scripture references.

 Chinese (1)

信望愛聖經原文字典 Faith, Hope and Love Bible text dictionary linked to Strong's numbers  (Strong-zh)
2.5 MB 29-Aug-2021
Module version: 1.1
Description: 信望愛聖經原文字典以 BDB (abridged) 與 Thayer 字典為翻譯藍本,並參考其他希伯來文與希臘文字典後作過修正補充刪減。資料來源:    (2014.11.22​)​

 German (1)

Namen des Ewigen  (NdE)
1.4 MB 19-Oct-2010
Author(s): Meister, Abraham
Module version: 1.1
Description: In jahrzehntelanger Arbeit hat der Autor dieses meisterhafte Nachschlagewerk geschaffen. Sämtliche Namen Gottes, Jesu und des Heiligen Geistes sind alphabetisch geordnet und erklärt.

 Portuguese (1)

Códigos de análise morfológica de Robinson  (RMAC-por)
0.2 MB 15-Jul-2020
Author(s): Robinson, Maurice. A
Module version: 1.3
Dicionário dos códigos morfológicos usados em vários textos bíblicos. Vários módulos de Novo Testamento contêm esta marcação associada a cada palavra, permitindo a análise gramatical de cada uma delas. Este é o dicionário de morfologia oficial do 'The Word'.

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Códigos de Análisis Morfológico de Robinson  (RMAC-spa)
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Author(s): Robinson, Maurice. A
Module version: 1.3
Esta es una lista de abreviaturas para los códigos de morfología que se utilzan en varios textos Bíblicos. Varios textos del Nuevo Testamento se etiquetan con un código de abreviatura después de cada palabra que explica su gramática, y esto diccionario contiene la explicación analítica de cada abreviatura. Este es el diccionario oficial de códigos morfológicos de 'theWORD'.

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