Koehler, Baumgartner and Stamm's The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (HAL/HALOT), is widely recognized as being the standard modern dictionary for Biblical Hebrew.
In combining scholarly thoroughness with easy accessibility, this dictionary meets the needs of a wide range of users.
The Logos Bible Software edition of this standard lexicon published by Brill Academic Publishers, contains not only the information available in the print edition of HAL, but also provides additional features that enhance its usefulness considerably.
The software includes the exact reproduction of the character and paragraph formatting of the print edition. Additional functionality includes article-based navigation and extensive, language-aware, searching of Hebrew and related languages, e.g. full-text, Boolean, and proximity searches. Furthermore, every 'see also' cross-reference to other articles in the dictionary has been made a hyperlink. Biblical references hyperlink to biblical texts. As an aid to the reader, all abbreviations are presented as hotspots, activating window pop-ups with the full expansion of the abbreviation. HAL is fully compatible with over 9,000 additional Bibles and reference books in both the Libronix Library System and the new Libronix Digital Library System.
Readership: The electronic version of HAL is an indispensable tool for scholars and students in the fields of Biblical Studies, Dead Sea Scrolls, Judaic Studies, Semitic Languages and Ancient Near East.
NOTE: HALOT was previously produced with just volumes 1-4. The Logos Bible Software edition is the complete, 5-volume set.