Greek and Hebrew

By on August 22, 2016

Greek and Hebrew – Bible Research Tools

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Research Library
Greek and Hebrew Operations

Strong’s Concordance

The Research Library has several ways to access the original Greek and Hebrew languages. The Strong’s Tab, shown below, contains four forms, from top to bottom:

  1. Lexicons – from Stephanus 1550 and Masoretic manuscripts
  2. Interlinear – with popup definitions and grammar codes
  3. Translation – includes access to detailed definitions for a selected strong’s number
  4. Definitions – includes access to Strong’s Number Lookup Table

 

Bible Search

 

The Strong’s Tab contains 17 user-modifiable Web Buttons: 10 for context-sensitive Strong’s Number access, and 7 for Interlinear and other websites.

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Primary Version and Septuagint Forms

The Primary Version (shown below) and the Septuagint forms contain the same types of interlinear referencing and grammar code operations as those available on the Strong’s Tab.

Bible Search

 

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Additional Resources

Watch the Research Library Introductory Tutorial at the 4:26 mark to see newest Interlinear features. Watch the Strongs Concordance & Septuagint Tutorial for other Greek/Hebrew operations. Also read the Strong’s Concordance, Primary Version, and Septuagint help files.

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