One of the advantages of having used e-Sword practically since it came out, is that I have a lot of modules, some of which have been withdrawn for one reason or another, often because they were replaced by an "improved" version, though sometimes because of copyright issues, or the expiration of a copyright agreement.
There used to be an ESV module ESV+ that had link like that (Job 5:8)
“As for me, I would seek God, and to God would I commit my cause,
who R1does great things and R2unsearchable, R3marvelous things without number:
he gives R4rain on the earth and sends waters on the fields;
he R5sets on high those who are lowly, and those who mourn are lifted to safety.
He R6frustrates the devices of the crafty, so that their hands achieve no success.
English Standard Version w/ Notes
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I haven't seen that module for some time (one difficulty with having many modules collected over a decade of so is you sometimes don't remember where you got them).
Here are some modules currently available from Bible Support that might have the embedded information you are looking for.
You might notice curtain similarities in the names of the modules with notes or footnotes, concordance,
A Concordance, by the way is " A dictionary in which the principal words used in the scriptures are arranged alphabetically, and the book, chapter and verse in which each word occurs are noted; designed to assist an inquirer in finding any passage of scripture, by means of any leading word in a verse which he can recollect" Webster's Dictionary of American English (1828)
In dead tree editions of scripture it is often (traditionally) found in a column centered between two columns of scripture (or at the bottom of the page). Hence "Centerline Concordance"
Stephen mentioned/suggested King James Concordance,
There is/as a BTSCTVM Module that "This Strongs module combines the following works:OT: Brown-Driver-Briggs -> Hebrew word definitionsNT: Thayer -> Greek word definitionsStrong's definitions.KJC - King James Concordance TVM: Strong -> OT H8675-H8853 / NT G5625-G5944
But as with so many highly useful compilations, I fear it has been withdrawn from distribution for some reason.
Nave's Topical Bible is a dictionary module that lists where in scripture certain words can be found (allowing you to do searches in reverse.
Torrey's New Topical Textbook is another that offers the location in scripture by word.
R.C. Trench's "Synonyms of the New Testament" and Trench Synonyms Enhanced also allow search by word.
The NASB Study Set (back when I bought it had an NASB with Strongs included) and concordance as well.
Hope this helps.