"New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update" and Strong's Numbers
Some Strong's Numbers appear to be incorrect in the NASB95. The reason for this is that Strong's numbers in the "New American Standard Bible: 1995 Update" are keyed to the "New American Standard Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries: Updated Edition," rather than the "Enhanced Strong's Lexicon."
In the NASB95, with View set to 'Inline Strong's Numbers', the word "awe" in Hebrews 12:28 has the number 1190a next to it. However, there is no 1190a entry in the "Enhanced Strong's Lexicon," and the word for 1190 in the Lexicon does not fit. Below is the information that comes up by default in the tip window when hovering over the word or number.
127 αἰδώς, δέος [aidos /ahee·doce/] n f. Perhaps from 1 (as a negative particle) and 1492 (through the idea of downcast eyes); TDNT 1:169; TDNTA 26; GK 133 and 1290; Two occurrences; AV translates as “shamefacedness” once, and “reverence” once. 1 a sense of shame or honour, modesty, bashfulness, reverence, regard for others, respect.
1190a. δέος deos; from δείδω deidō (to fear); fear, reverence:— awe(1).
To bring up the correct KeyLink information for the Greek and Hebrew Strong's Numbers in the NASB95, follow the steps below:
Click on Tools | Options | KeyLink.
Choose Greek Strong's Numbers from the Data Type drop-down list.
Select "New American Standard Hebrew-Aramaic and Greek Dictionaries: Updated Edition" from the Default Order of Resources and Actions list and click the Promote button. It will be moved to the Resource or Action to Use First list.
Repeat step 3 after choosing Hebrew Strong's Numbers from the Data Type drop-down list.
Now when you hover your mouse over a word or Strong's number in the NASB95 or KJV, the Strong's information linked to the NAS Dictionaries will come up. If you want to be able to open both the Strong's Lexicon and NAS Dictionaries when you Execute KeyLink on the Strong's number in either Bible, promote both the Strong's Lexicon and NAS Dictionaries, and change the Number of Windows to Open on a KeyLink to . (This step is applicable only to the Windows version of Libronix at this time.)