Strong’s dictionary of Biblical Hebrew and Biblical Aramaic, like his concordance and dictionary of Biblical Greek, is a classic reference work for biblical studies and is accessible to the layperson. Each word in Biblical Hebrew and Biblical Aramaic is numbered, presented in Hebrew script and in transliteration and is accompanied by a pronunciation guide. Each word is defined, and the translation(s) of that word in the Authorized English Version are presented. Strong’s work was originally published in 1890 under the title A Concise Dictionary of the Words in the Hebrew Bible; with their Renderings in the Authorized English Version. It was bound together with Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible.
Beautiful Hebrew in This E-Book
This digital edition of Strong’s classic work is distinctive in not only presenting the Hebrew/Aramaic in Hebrew/Aramaic script but doing so using in an aesthetically pleasing manner that looks great on the Nook. It also presents the transliteration in a font specially designed to render diacritics beautifully.
Click on the screenshots to the right to enlarge them to see how good it will look on your Kindle or Nook. In fact, we think they look significantly better on the e-ink displays of the Kindle and the Nook than they do on your monitor.
Most books that you read on the Kindle and the Nook are read linearly. That is, you read one page after the next. However, this is not typically the case with a dictionary, so we have provided a variety of techniques for you to be able to navigate efficiently and effectively. Both the Kindle version and the Nook version provide you with fully interactive tables of contents, and they also both provide ways in which you can quickly type in a precise entry to which to navigate. The details differ between the two platforms, but you can read more detail on how to navigate Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary on the Kindle and how to navigate Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary on the Nook.
How does this edition of Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary of the Bible compare to other editions of this work in the Amazon Kindle store and the Barnes & Noble Nook store?
No other digital edition of this work in the Amazon Kindle store or the Barnes & Noble Nook store actually displays the Hebrew, the transliteration of the Hebrew, or has any quick and reasonable way of navigating to the desired entry.
There are free Kindle and Nook apps for platforms other than the e-readers themselves (e.g. PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, etc.). Can I use this digital edition of Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary of the Bible on the Kindle and Nook apps for platforms other than the e-readers themselves?
Yes! While these are optimized for the e-reader devices themselves, they will work just fine in the various Kindle and Nook applications for other devices. In fact, even if you do not own an e-reader, you can purchase this resource for convenient, offline use on these other platforms.
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