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Dictionaries of Hebrew and Greek Words
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
James Strong, S.T.D., LL.D.
Public Domain -- Copy Freely
For a hundred years Strong's Dictionaries have been popular with Bible students.
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. Bible students, with little or no knowledge of Greek and Hebrew, are able to use Strong's numbers to learn about the Greek and Hebrew of the Bible.
ASCII e-text version:
The files for this e-text were produced by Michael Grier, mgrier (@) pdnt.com, in 1996, and download from http://members.tripod.com/~SoftIdeas, in February 1998. The files have been setup for importing into the Online Bible for DOS. But to make these files into generic text files, all that is needed is to replace the terms "GREEK" and "HEBREW" with "Greek" and "Hebrew" or the names of the appropriate files.
The e-text has been changed from the printed version in three ways.
1) A five digit Strong's word number with leading zeros has been placed before each entry.
2) Where Strong provides the number of another word for etymology, a line with "see GREEK for" or "see HEBREW for" and the number, has been added after Strong's entry for the word. (This is for use after importing into the DOS version of Online Bible, but also provides a good way to programmatically add links.)
3) The abbreviations used by Strong in the Greek dictionary, (not Hebrew) have been replaced by the abbreviated words.
Michael Grier did a check of the e-text against a printed Strong's dictionary.
The work seems clean but more proofreading is needed to certify it clean from errors.
If you are looking for Strong's that will self install into the Online Bible see:
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