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- Suggest New Tag:: Greek, New Testament, Lexicon, Dictionary
- MySword Version:: 1.X
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The source above state that it is for free usage. Only requirement is to display the following information.
<h1>Mounce Concise Greek-English Dictionary</h1>
Copyright 1993 All Rights Reserved<br />
The MySword module created HERE can be lookup in three ways, Strong's numbers, GK numbers or lemma words.
[515 internal links to derivatives of lemma words added by Eliran Wong]
This module is very useful for lookup lemma words in my HEBGRK module, http://www.biblesupp...rs-interlinear/
Of course, you can use it just as a Strong's number dictionary too.
- If you set the dictionary as popup window, MySword automatically detect biblical links, which are very useful.
- For New Testament with GK numbers, advanced users can easily create "Mounce Reverse Interlinear New Testament" from a file available at https://github.com/l...gmiao/bibledata
- Do not ask me the bible file, for I am not sure if it is allowed to distribute it. For your information I format the verse like this, e.g. Mat 1:1,
<Q><gk>The<GKG0><X><x><q> <Q><gk>record<GKG1047><X>biblos<x><q> <Q><gk>of<GKG1161><X><x><q> <Q><gk>the<GKG0><X><x><q> <Q><gk>origin<GKG1161><X>genesis<x><q> <Q><gk>of<GKG2652><X><x><q> <Q><gk>Jesus<GKG2652><X>Iēsous<x><q> <Q><gk>Christ<GKG5986><X>Christos<x><q><Q><gk>, the<GKG0><X><x><q> <Q><gk>son<GKG5626><X>hyios<x><q> <Q><gk>of<GKG1253><X><x><q> <Q><gk>David<GKG1253><X>Dauid<x><q><Q><gk>, the<GKG0><X><x><q> <Q><gk>son<GKG5626><X>hyios<x><q> <Q><gk>of<GKG11><X><x><q> <Q><gk>Abraham<GKG11><X>Abraam<x><q><F>.<f><CM>
- This works with the dictionary here, if you put a verse rule, like:
<gk>([^\r<>]*?)<GKG([^\r<>]*?)> <a href='d-MOUNCE GKG$2' style='text-decoration: none'><font color='black'>$1</font></a>
Hope you enjoy!