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Welcome: Greek Lexica and Grammars
Lexicons and Grammars are vital instruments in the hands of biblical scholars. With these, scholars are able to properly understand the primary languages through which ancient writers communicated. Below are various lexicons and grammars that will be priceless in your studies in Greek.
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A Patristic Greek Lexicon by
This is a specialty Greek lexicon focused on the works after the NT. As a specialty dictionary, it will not have common words in it but words or definitions that are specific to the Patristic corpus.
Greek-English Lexicon to the New Testament after the Latest and Best Authorities by
An excellent lexicon if you are simply looking for a concise definition of a word. It will also give a couple of references to where the word can be found in the NT.
Greek grammar by
This is the standard English grammar of the Greek language. It focuses more on Attic Greek but the majority of the grammatical rules are the same for Koine Greek.
Grammar of the Greek New Testament by
This is often referred to as the standard Koine Greek grammar. Though this work is a little dated it focuses on many of the peculiar differences between Koine Greek and Attic Greek. This is the 1898 Version
A grammar of the Greek New Testament in the light of historical research by
Though dated, this is a very thorough grammar that focuses specifically on the NT. Unlike most linguistic grammar books, this is organized like a work of prose rather than a standard reference work with section numbers and subsections which can make it more difficult to browse. However, this should not take away from the genius of the work.