Online Resources: Greek and Latin

Nova Vulgata

Lewis and Short Latin Lexicon

Liddell-Scott-Jones (LSJ) Greek Lexicon

The Cambridge Greek Lexicon (2 vols.) [eBook]

Loeb Classical Library: Perseus Collection of Greek and Roman Materials

[NA 28] [NETS] [LXX (Rahlfs 2nd rev. ed.)]

Greek Word Study

BDAG: Best NT Greek lexicon. [Decker's review] PA881 .B38 2000

NIDNTTE: 5-volume word study tool, excellent linguistically and theologically. BS2385 .N49 2014

EDNT vol. 1
EDNT vol. 2
EDNT vol. 3: 3-volume lexicon with focus on theologically-significant terms. [AJK's review] BS2385 .E913 1990

Louw and Nida vol. 1: Introduction & domains
Louw and Nida vol. 2: Indices: 2-volume work, groups words by "semantic domain" (field of meaning). PA881 .G68 1989

TDNT or "Kittel": 10-volume work, extremely detailed diachronic study. BS2385 .T4713 1985
[Vol. 1: Alpha to Gamma]
[Vol. 2: Delta to Eta]
[Vol. 4: Lambda to Nu]
[Vol. 6: Pi Epsilon to Rho]
[Vol. 7: Sigma]
[Vol. 8: Tau to Upsilon]
[Vol. 9: Phi to Omega]

Spicq, Theological Lexicon of the NT (1978)
Spicq, Theological Lexicon of the NT (1991): 3-volume work by French linguist. [Badenas review] BS2385 .S6513

Liddell-Scott-Jones (LSJ): Detailed lexicon indispensable for ancient Greek outside the GNT. PA445.E5 L6 1996

Moulton & Milligan: Lexicon illustrating NT vocab through ancient papyri and inscriptions. PA881 .M7 1949

NewDocs v.4
NewDocs v.5
NewDocs v.6: 10 volumes (as of 2014), continuing the tradition of Moulton & Milligan by illustrating NT vocabulary through Greek papyri and inscriptions. BR167 .N68

Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (TLG): Searchable database of Greek writings from the time of Homer to the fall of Byzantium.

Lust-Eynikel-Hauspie (LEH) Revised Edition (2003): one volume
Lust-Eynikel-Hauspie (LEH) Part I (1992): Alpha to Iota
Lust-Eynikel-Hauspie (LEH) Part II (1996): Kappa to Omega: LXX lexicon, concerned with the meaning intended by the translators of the LXX. PA781 .L87 2003

Muraoka (Twelve Prophets) (1993)
Muraoka (2009): LXX lexicon, concerned with how an early reader would have understood the LXX translation. BS744 .M87 2009

Deeper Greek (Greek 201): Books to Have in Your Library

  1. Metzger, A textual commentary on the Greek New Testament
  2. Wallace, Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics: An Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament
  3. BDAG
  4. Robertson, A grammar of the Greek New Testament in the light of historical research
  5. BDF
  6. Dana & Mantey
  7. Campbell, Advances in the Study of Greek: New Insights for Reading the New Testament
  8. Campbell, Basics of Verbal Aspect in Biblical Greek: Second Edition
  9. Black and Merkle, Linguistics and New Testament Greek
  10. Louw and Nida: PA881 .G68 1989
  11. Max Zerwick, Biblical Greek
  12. ANLEX = Timothy Friberg, Barbara Friberg, and Neva F. Miller, Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament: PA881 .F75
  13. Runge, Discourse Grammar

Additional Resources

EGGNT = The Exegetical Guide to the Greek New Testament [Paperbacks] [eBooks]

TWU Library Biblical Studies

[] [Patrologia Graeca] [Patrologia Latina]

[Machen (1st ed.)] [Collins]

Greek 100: Biblical Greek Memory Songs Playlist [BNTG]

Latin 100: Paradigms to Memorize (Units 1-10)

Latin 101: Paradigms to Memorize (Units 11-19)



Basics of Verbal Aspect: [Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3] [Part 4] [Part 5]

P. Giles, A short manual of comparative philology for classical students (1901, 2nd ed.): cf. KMP 401 n.21 on prepositions

ANLEX, Appendix 2, "A Theory of Deponent Verbs", 423-430: cf. KMP 386 n.60

Mounce, Analytical Lexicon

Abbott-Smith, A manual Greek lexicon of the New Testament

Kittel, vol. 1

The Greek verb revisited: a fresh approach for biblical exegesis

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