Resource: Greek-English Lexicon of the NT based on Semantic Domains (Louw Nida)

Key Features

  • ‘Louw-Nida’ is the ‘gold-standard’ for semantic organization of the greek in the NT
  • Logos, in its Lexham reverse and regular interlinears, tends to include LN numbers instead of the older Strongs (some have both)
  • ‘Semantic domains’ in practical terms, is ‘How else would they say that?’ and thus reflects the various ‘flavors’ in the greek language
  • In studying a passage or doing searches, it’s often instructive to compare the alternative usages

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Sample pages from this book

Example greek word w/definitions and cross-links:

Example english cross index to LN numbers:

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