Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Languages' started by BayouHuguenot, Mar 14, 2018.
Is there an online LXX lexicon? I tried LSJ, but they make you login after the free sample.
Although they use NA26 and UBS3, you might try this:
And use the lexicon available for most LXX words you run across.
http://www.glasovipisma.pbf.rs/phocadownload/knjige/greek lexicon for the septuagint.pdf
For simple searches:
Select the LXX radio button. Note that all the lexicography is based upon Strong's.
For LXX concordance, see also:
That gives me the parsing info, which is good, but I didn't see where it defined the word.
That could work.
That's probably what I need. Thanks.
Install Google Dictionary for Chrome:
Then double-click any word that appears on a web page to see a limited definition, albeit in modern Greek, for most words. At least it is a starting point. Very handy Chrome plugin for the logophile (<-- double click the word after installing).
The best generally recognized lexicon for the LXX is Lust-Einikel-Hauspie. I would search for that one.
What is the one used by Gramcord, as I thought that program had a good one for LXX?
Gramcord offers the LEH.
This site for has LSJ for free!