Kjv bible dictionary and concordance
A Complete Bible Reference Study Library (4 in 1): [Illustrated]: KJV Bible with Strongs markup, Strongs Concordance & Dictionaries, Lexicon Definitions, and Bible word index by AnonymousThis Edition A Complete Bible reference Study Library (4 in 1) Contains KJV Bible with Strongs Markup, Strongs Concordances, Hebrew & Greek dictionary with in-depth lexicon Definitions, transliteration text, Pronounciation guide and Complete bible word index.
1. KJV Bible with Strongs Markup (Direct verse Jump)
2. Strongs Concordance cross-referenced to KJV Bible (more than 1 million links)
3. Biblical Hebrew & Greek (incl. Aramaic) dictionary
4. Every dictionary entry having additional lexicon definitions
5. Complete Bible word Index
6. Strongs Numbering System
7. Easy search and fast navigation
KING JAMES BIBLE
King James Bible is its most famous translation. Translated by 47 scholars and completed in 1611, the King James Bible was the most influential book in the world. This Bible containing the Old and New Testaments Translated out of the Original Tongues and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared & Revised Set forth in 1611 and commonly known as the King James Version.
a) Direct Verse Jump
b) Each every word cross-referenced to Strongs dictionary
c) Search every verse anywhere from this book
d) Every verse labeled with chapter name and verse no.
e) Every verse cross-referenced to the chapter heading
f) Each bible chapter have more subheadings created in this edition.
In this edition, we created concordance for each and every strongs numbers which are cross referenced in the bible, each strong no. having one or more important headwords, from there each headword having corresponding more bible verse links cross referenced to the bible (MORE THAN 1 MILLION LINKS).
Hebrew & Greek Dictionary:
All the original words are treated in their alphabetical Hebrew order, and are numbered regularly from the first to the last, each being known throughout by its appropriate number. This renders reference easy without recourse to the Hebrew characters and Immediately after each word is given its exact equivalent in English letters, according to the system of transliteration laid down in the scheme here following, which is substantially that adopted in the Common English Version, only more consistently and uniformly carried out; so that the word could be readily be turned back again into Hebrew from the form thus given it.
Every word of the Bible is directly linked to the Hebrew and Greek dictionaries and at the end of dictionary entry link have been created for Hebrew & Greek Concordance so reader can get in-depth meaning for the particular word.
Bible Word Index:
In this Edition we newly created bible word index its contains all the bible words are arranged in alphabetical order, those words are cross referenced to strongs dictionary. Its very easy to use and even if the reader dont need to know about Hebrew & Greek Scripts, they can easily access this dictionary using common bible word index.
How to use a strong's concordance - king james bible
King James Bible Dictionary
The Webster's Dictionary of the English language is based upon God's written word. Noah Webster used the Bible as the foundation for his definitions. Webster began compiling his fully comprehensive dictionary, An American Dictionary of the English Language in Webster hoped to standardize American speech, since Americans in different parts of the country used different languages. They also spelled, pronounced, and used English words differently. Webster completed his dictionary during his year abroad in January in Cambridge, England.
This is a lexicon of Hebrew words keyed off of Strong's numbers. It is organized by Hebrew alphabetical order of three letter roots. This is a lexicon of Greek words keyed off of Strong's numbers. General Editor John L. Nuelsen, D. Edgar Y.
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The New Combined BIBLE DICTIONARY And CONCORDANCE REVIEW
In an article such as this, it is not necessary to discuss the earlier MS attempts at constructing concordances. The first important concordance was that of Rabbi Isaac Nathan, who labored on a concordance to the Heb. Bible for ten years, This was printed in Venice in , and tr. It was with this work as a foundation that the learned Hebraist John Buxtorf published in Basel , his Concordantia Bibliorum Ebraicae.