This useful dictionary is an excellent companion to New Testament Greek study and exegesis. Greek lexicons, textbooks and grammars are overwhelmed with technical jargon, and this dictionary defines those terms concisely, carefully and accurately to accelerate your Biblical study. Many times in the study Greek it is possible to be bogged down in the "third language" of Greek study - the words of Greek study tools that define tenses, moods, and other technical aspects of the Greek language. In Pocket Dictionary for the Study of New Testament Greek, words like ablaut and zoomorphism are clearly explained, meticulously cross-referenced and helpfully illustrated.
ablaut. n. Alteration of the vowels of words indicating a change of case, tense, etc., as in swim, swam, swum. Also called apophony or vowel gradation. Ablaut pertains to the synchronic shifting or "grading" of vowels, but the term is also used to speak of diachronic gradation (also called vowel shift), which pertains to the evolution of language over time.