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- Author: JH Moulton and G Milligan
- e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
- Tab Name: VGNT
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JH Moulton and G Milligan - The Vocabulary of the Greek New Testament 1.0
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JH Moulton and G Milligan
9.x - 10.x
Allan Loder holds a derivative copyright on this work used with permission
Allan Loder (responsible for all language digitalization, Greek to Strongs conversions, etc)
Josh Bond (created theWord modules from Loder's text)
Allan Loder lives in Newfoundland, Canada. He is a PhD candidate (New Testament) from the University of Toronto. He also teaches 'Intro. to the NT online' for the university. One of his areas of focus is NT textual criticism.
This electronic version is from the 1929 edition. The book is in the public domain and available online in flip-book’ format at
Supplemental material from the 1930 edition has been added under the lexicon entries.
This version is keyed to Strong’s numbers. Where there is no corresponding Strong’s number, it is indicated in the index with ‘G_N/A’ plus the lemma. For example, G_N/A ἀγγέλλω).
the ‘G_N/A’ entries have been removed in the esword version by DSaw.)
all G_N/A entries are now present under the G_N/A topic
In some cases two or more words are listed under the same Strong’s number, where deemed appropriate.
In cases where the word appears in the VGNT in a different form than in Strong’s, the Strong’s form appears inside brackets with a tilde at the beginning. For example, αἱμορροέω (~ αἱμορῥέω).
The page number in the printed edition for each word is indicated next to the word. For example, αἰνέω [page 13].
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