About this site

This site exists for the purpose of serving those who read the Greek New Testament. We provide access to lexicons of the Greek New Testament.

We hope to expand the number of lexica available in the future.

Who runs it?

The site is run by Dr. Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen under the auspices of his company, Emergence Consult.

You will find contact information on both of the sites linked to in the previous paragraph.

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Lexicons used

The lexicons currently used on this site are:

  • The HELPS Lexicon by Dr. Gary Hill of HELPS Ministries, Inc. (© 2015; used by permission).
  • A Public Domain lexicon by John Jeffrey Dodson (2010).
  • Strong's Greek Dictionary (1890)

Mr. Dodson's lexicon was used in his book:

The Greek New Testament for Beginning Readers: The Byzantine Greek Text & Verb Parsing
Edited by Maurice A. Robinson, William G. Pierpont, and John Jeffrey Dodson.

Mr. Dodson has kindly dedicated his lexicon to the Public Domain. His original note of dedication follows:

	  Copyright © 2010 by John Jeffrey Dodson

	  This Greek-to-English lexicon was compiled by the copyright holder
	  using the following public-domain sources:

	  [1] Abbott-Smith, G., A Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament, New
	  York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1922.
	  [2] Berry, George R., A New Greek-English Lexicon to the New
	  Testament, New York: Hinds & Noble, 1897.
	  [3] Souter, Alexander, A Pocket Lexicon to the Greek New Testament,
	  Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1917.
	  [4] Strong, J., Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible, 1890.

	  The lexicon is hereby released by the copyright holder into the public
	  domain. As such, it may be used for personal, academic,
	  non-commercial, and/or commercial purposes.

	  Please report any corrections, suggestions, or improvements to the
	  original copyright holder at: jeffdod|write-the-sign|gmail.com

Distancing from other websites

Emergence Consult and Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen are not responsible for the content of external sites over which we have no control.


This site is run by Emergence Consult. Our Company address is:

	  Emergence Consult
	  Att.: Ulrik Sandborg-Petersen
	  Hans Egedes Vej 4
	  9210 Aalborg South East

BETA code

Basically, BETA-code is a way of typing Greek characters in the Latin alphabet.

The table below shows the correspondences:

Greek letterLatin equivalentGreek letterLatin equivalent

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