The Pigeon's Comprehensive Dictionary of New Testament English and Greek Words covers the vast majority of common words and all the proper names of people and places found in the New Testament. It was written to serve as a primary reference tool for students of the New Testament, those who teach the Word of God and all those who read it. This Dictionary takes into consideration the terms used by seven excellent translations of the Bible: J. N.Darby, King James, New King James, New International (1984, 2011), New American Standard and English Standard versions.
In this Dictionary, for the vast majority of cases, all the Biblical references for the entries of the terms listed are provided, thus allowing the work to also serve as a concordance. It contains definitions for approximately 97% of all New Testament Greek terms. The second part of the Dictionary is a glossary of all Greek terms, relating them to the entries of the corresponding English terms. Overall the Dictionary contains close to 8,000 English terms which are defined or are presented as cross-references, and more than 5,500 Greek terms. For each English term listed, the reader will find the corresponding Greek term or terms. As a general rule, each entry or subentry includes the transliteration of the Greek word, the class of word, the Greek word, the Strong's code as well as the etymology of the word (and the meaning of the name of the person or place), and a definition of the term; paraphrased verses and other N.T. references are provided, enabling the reader to understand the context in which the term is used.