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Published in 1901, the Classic Greek Dictionary in Two Parts: Greek-English and English-Greek is a comprehensive lexicon for both translation of Greek words and composition of Greek sentences from English words. For a student studying Classical Greek, this dictionary is a valuable tool in reading and composing Greek prose. Also included is a an appendix containing a list of Greek proper names and geographical locations, as well as helpful table of abbreviations.
With the Logos edition, quickly search for any Greek or English word and begin composing your own Greek prose. Also, when you conduct a Bible word study your results will include hits from the Classic Greek Dictionary in Two Parts: Greek-English and English-Greek, broadening your scope of meanings.
- Compose Greek sentences from English words and phrases
- Quickly search for Greek or English words
- A helpful table of abbreviations
- An appendix of proper and geographical names
- Title: Classic Greek Dictionary in Two Parts: Greek-English and English-Greek
- Author: George Ricker Berry
- Publisher: Hinds, Noble, and Eldredge
- Publication Date: 1901
- Pages: 1,158
George Ricker Berry was a Professor in the Semitic Department at Colgate University, as well as a Professor at the University of Chicago. He is the author of A New Greek-English Lexicon to the New Testament and A Dictionary of New Testament Greek Synonyms.