The Text page gives access to the source text, combined with a Scripture text in the selected language. If you click on a word, the column to the right of the text will show its morphological analysis, and --if the entry is available-- its meaning according to the dictionary. You will also be able to view all passages where this meaning is found or check out the full dictionary entry.
At the top of the Dictionary page you find all characters of the source language alphabet. Click on one of these characters and all available entries starting with that character will be displayed in the list column.
The Search page allows you to search the dictionary on the basis of a number of criteria. If you have a Hebrew/Greek keyboard you can type in the search string right away. No vowel signs are needed and the program will display all entries that match the search criteria in the list column.
If you hover over a field in the dictionary with your mouse, some background information and helpful tips appear.
If a subentry has contextual information and/or grammatical information a link will appear at the bottom. Click the link to show this information or hide it again.
If you are looking for entries belonging to a certain semantic domain, there are several things you can do:
If you click on a scripture reference the source text will appear on the Text page, together with the Scripture text in the selected language.
Westminster Leningrad Codex, public domain.
The Greek New Testament, Fourth Revised Edition, edited by Barbara Aland, Kurt Aland, Johannes Karavidopoulos, Carlo M. Martini, and Bruce M. Metzger in cooperation with the Institute for New Testament Textual Research, Münster/Westphalia, © 1993 Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, Stuttgart.
Semantic Dictionary of Biblical Hebrew, edited by Reinier de Blois, with the assistance of Enio R. Mueller, ©2000-2021 United Bible Societies.
Semantic Dictionary of the Greek New Testament, based on Louw & Nida's Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, ©1988-2021 United Bible Societies.
Van Dyck Translation, public domain (1865)