After gathering an idea of the word’s meaning from your own study, it’s a good time to check the conclusions of other scholars and reference works. Here are some free online places to look.
While archive.org makes these resources freely available, please note:
- to check out books you must create a free account with archive.org;
- they do not allow copy and paste;
- they can be checked out only for one hour at a time (but they can immediately be re-checked out when your hour expires.
The Complete Word Study Dictionary: New Testament by Zodhiates, Spiros
Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament by Friberg, Timothy.
Shorter Lexicon of the Greek New Testament by Gingrich, F. Wilbur.
The New Linguistic and Exegetical Key to the Greek New Testament by Rogers, Cleon
New Testament Words – William Barclay
Liddell and Scott’s Greek-English lexicon, abridged : the little Liddell by Liddell, Henry George. You need to know Greek to use.
Theological wordbook of the Old Testament by Harris, R. Laird One of the best OT lexicons for laymen.
Theological wordbook of the Old Testament – no time limit on use and does allow copy and paste. Can be downloaded as PDF.
Nelson’s Expository Dictionary of the Old Testament by Unger, Merrill. Indexed by English word and then any related Hebrew nouns or verbs.
Zondervan NASB Exhaustive concordance – 1589 pages
Pocket dictionary for the study of New Testament Greek by DeMoss, Matthew S.
Analytical concordance to the Holy Bible : containing about 311,000 references, subdivided under the Hebrew and Greek original with the literal meaning and pronunciation of each by Young, Robert,
The Englishman’s Greek concordance of the New Testament by Wigram, George
Expository Dictionary of Bible Words by Richards, Larry.