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John Parkhurst's lexicons
Shlama / Shalom,

These are older works but they go into great detail. The first mention of John Parkhurst that I can remember is from Wilson's Old Testament Word Studies. If you have a slow connection the FlipBook format, .TXT format or the DjVu Reader from LizardTech will be of a great help to you.

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The Greek-English lexicon has some occasional references to the Syriac and some valuable explanations of the odd spellings of Greek words with Hebrew/Aramaic origins. A case in point is Belial becoming Beliar, Belian, etc., in Greek texts.

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Shlama w'Burkate, Bro. Larry

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