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A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature 3d ed. is generally regarded as the best lexicon of New Testament Greek currently available in English. It is sometimes referred to as the Bauer-Danker Lexicon or simply abbreviated as BDAG. It contains entries for all words occurring in the Greek New Testament as well as most of the words used by the early Church Fathers. The Third Edition is also one of the only lexicons available which attempts to define Greek words in their original context rather than giving only a gloss or suggested translation.
The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (HALOT) is widely regarded as the standard scholarly reference on the language of the Old Testament. With articles on every Hebrew and Aramaic word, the complete vocabulary of the Hebrew Bible is arranged alphabetically (rather than by root), making navigation faster and easier. The Hebrew and Aramaic entries are in separate volumes, following the practice of most modern lexicons. All irregular forms are noted and most articles also contain cross-reference to other words built from the same root. Helpful word usage examples are found in the numerous cross-references included in the lexicon. The essential lexicon for all students of Hebrew, HALOT greatly enhances the reading and study of the Old Testament.
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