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BLB Lexicon Page

BLB Lexicon Page

The BLB Lexicon page is inclusive of several different language resources that aid the study of each Strong's word referenced in the Old and New Testaments.

  1. Greek/Hebrew word - In this area the selected word referenced by the given Strong's number will be displayed in its lexical form and in the characters of its original language.
  2. Greek or Hebrew word
  3. Transliteration/Pronunciation - The English transliteration of the Greek or Hebrew word is provided here followed by a phonetical pronunciation guide and audio pronunciation.
  4. Transliteration and Pronunciation
  5. Part of Speech - The Part of Speech indicates a word's grammatical status.
  6. Root Word (Etymology) - If there is a root word associated with Strong's entry it will be provided in this section.
  7. Transliteration and Pronunciation
  8. Greek Inflections - Each inflected form of the Strong's word in the Greek New Testament is located here.
  9. Greek Inflections
  10. Dictionary Aids - This section gives reference citations relevant to the TDNT or TWOT depending on whether the word is Greek or Hebrew, respectively.
    • TDNT stands for Theological Dictionary of the New Testament.
    • TWOT stands for Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament.

    Each of these two resources are relatively recent works whose copyrights are still in force and therefore, cannot be found on BLB. We provide these citations for those of our users who do make use of the two reference works in their personal libraries.

    We also list Vine's entries and Trench's Synonyms in this area.

  11. Dictionary Aids
  12. KJV Translation Count - This is a descending list of the various ways and frequency in which the Greek/Hebrew word is translated in the KJV
  13. KJV Translation Count
  14. Outline of Biblical Usage - The Outline of Biblical Usage, created by Larry Pierce, displays the biblical usage of the Strong's word.
  15. Outline of Biblical Usage
  16. Strong's Definition - This is the Strong's entry for this Greek/Hebrew word. The Strong's data directly relates to the KJV and the NASB. The New Testament Strong's data for the KJV is based upon the Textus Receptus and the NASB is based upon the Nestle-Aland text.
    • The KJV is used for these versions: KJV, NKJV, YLT, DBY, WEB, VUL, RVR60, WLC, LXX, and TR.
    • The NASB is used for these versions: NLT, NIV, ESV, CSB, NASB, NET, RSV, ASV, HNV, and MGNT.
  17. Strong's Definition
  18. Thayer's Greek Lexicon - This resource provides the biblical usage of the Strong's word given as well as a Scripture Index for verse referencing.
  19. Thayer's Greek Lexicon
  20. Concordance Results - Verses that contain the same Strong's word are shown in the Concordance Results. If viewing the KJV or NASB95, the Strong's number is visible next to the English word related to it.
  21. Concordance Results
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