[b-hebrew] Lexicon Recommendations

Dave Washburn dwashbur at nyx.net
Sat Dec 10 18:20:21 EST 2005


I don't know about BibleWorks, but I haven't been able to get Logos to run 
under Linux using wine.  For me, the Holladay lexicon is about the same 
height and width as my BHS so I generally carry the two together fairly 
easily.

I have tried to run Accordance on my PC using BasiliskII, but for some reason 
that the Accordance people couldn't figure out, it would never access my 
CD-ROM.

On Saturday 10 December 2005 12:27, Herman Meester wrote:
> I would not buy BibleWorks, before I'd know you can run it on Mac,
> Linux, BSD or Unix too. I agree with Dave, Köhler/Baumg. is too big to
> carry around. But if you want to carry an MT and a dictionary around
> with you for casual reading, I'd get myself a bilingual one like the
> JPS Hebr/Engl., unless this makes you lazy ;)
>
> BTW I forgot to include this in my last mail:
> http://rosetta.reltech.org/TC/vol01/HoftijzerJongeling1996rev.html
>
> 2005/12/10, Kevin W. Woodruff <cierpke at prodigy.net>:
> > Jimmy:
> > Koehler, Baumgartner and Stamm's The Hebrew and
> > Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (HAL/HALOT), is
> > widely recognized as being the standard modern
> > dictionary for Biblical Hebrew. It comes in a study
> > edition but it is not cheap. It retails for $179.95,
> > but my recommendation is that you get an electronic
> > edition of it in either BibleWorks or Logos. It comes
> > bundled with Bauer's BDAG Greek lexicon for $249.95 in
> > Logos or $197.00 in BibleWorks
> >
> > Kevin
> >
> > --- Jimmy Doyle <jimmy at liquidthinking.org> wrote:
> > > I've always used the BDB.  I remember someone on
> > > this list mentioning
> > > another lexicon that they considered to be superior
> > > to BDB.  What lexicons
> > > and resources are being used by members of this
> > > list?
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