Mickelson's Enhanced Strong's Greek and Hebrew Dictionaries
(Preview Edition "A" as used with express permission in "The Word" Bible software by Costas Stergiou)
( an online Greek and Hebrew Interlinear Bible )
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MICKELSON'S ENHANCED STRONG'S
GREEK AND HEBREW DICTIONARIES
OF THE WORDS IN
AND HEBREW TESTAMENTS;
WITH THEIR RENDERINGS
KING JAMES VERSION:
JAMES STRONG, S.T.D., LL.D.
UPDATED AND ENHANCED
JONATHAN KRISTEN MICKELSON
יהונתן במשיח ברמיכאל
Mickelson's Enhanced Strong's
Greek and Hebrew Dictionaries
Copyright © Jonathan K. Mickelson 2005, 2008
All Rights Reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means,
without express written permission in writing of Jonathan K. Mickelson. Express permission is granted to Costas
Stergiou to include this Preview Edition in "The Word."
Preview Edition A - October 2008
Greek Dictionary – Pre-release version 0.99.21
Hebrew Dictionary – Development version 0.26
(The Hebrew dictionary is included as a courtesy to "The Word"
and its users while it is still under development.)
Based directly upon the
Strong's Dictionaries of the Greek and Hebrew Testaments.
Original work by James Strong, S.T.D., LL.D. 1890
Thanks unto Yeshua who led me faithfully in this endeavor, and thanks unto my wife,
Carolyn, who faithfully supported me in this effort (a σκευος of great honorG4632).
P R E F A C E
This UPDATED and ENHANCED EDITION marks the first known update to the
Strong's Dictionaries in one hundred fifteen years. It contains the Greek and Hebrew
Unicode for each entry. Each entry is normalized into various fields for extended
computer usage. The dictionaries contain parts of speech as well as proper noun
identification of people, locations, groups (nationalities and followers), and things.
The updates and enhancements are quite substantial to clearly distinguish this work from
Strong's original Greek and Hebrew dictionaries, yet it clearly retains the solid foundation
he laid. This enhanced work cannot rightly be called “Strong's,” nor merely be called
“Mickelson's” without misrepresenting the work of its authors. Therefore, it has become
a humble duty and an unexpected courtesy that this enhanced body of work should be
called by both names: The Mickelson/Strong's. I pray that both my elder brother in
Christ, Dr. James Strong, and his adherents should find no offense.
Due to brevity in print or computer usage, this body of work may be labeled or referred to
as “Mickelson/Strong's” or strictly in computer usage as “Mickelson” (when space
requires) with a hint displayed when the mouse is over the name that signifies the actual
name of this body of work. This latter permission is found of necessity and not of
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