H.G. Liddell, R. Scott, J.M. Whiton
Charles H. Welch wrote:
While there are several Lexicons and Concordances in one Volume, it must be remembered that a Lexicon, like a Dictionary, is concerned with the meaning of words, whereas a Concordance is concerned with the occurrence of words. A Lexicon and Concordance combines the two functions. Most know Liddell and Scott's Greek and English Lexicon. While this work takes cognizance of all words used in the N.T., it also draws many of its illustrations and instances from the writings of Greek philosophers. The meanings assigned to Greek words must be checked by usage , and not accepted without reserve.
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