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Learning Biblical languages is very challenging, especially for those students who have no background in languages, or their mother tongue doesn’t have any root or anything relating to the Biblical languages. There are a lot of apps out there to assist students to begin the journey to study the Holy Scripture in the original languages. Alef Omega is designed for this purpose.
The special feature which Alef Omega is different from other apps on the market is that it includes the mayor Biblical vocabularies: Hebrew, Greek, Aramaic and Latin.
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The list of the vocabularies (the list will be continued to extend)
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew by Thomas Lambdin: There are 55 chapters and Paradigm. Alef Omega also includes the transliteration of vocabularies. The feature of the app is very unique. It helps users to learn how to pronoun the word and understand its morphology (and grammar)
Displaying the characters of the Biblical languages on mobile devices isn’t easy. Alef Omega has tried best to keep the correct font for each language.
90% Hebrew vocabulary of the Old Testament: In the part, all the vocabularies are divided into 127 sections so that users can choose a small amount of vocabularies to practice each time.
Parsing Biblical Hebrew Verbs: usually verbs is the most challenging part in almost every languages, so is Biblical Hebrew. In this part users can choose particular type of verb and stems to practice parsing.
Hebrew Vocabulary Categories: As the title expresses itself, users can choose noun, verb, adjective,… to learn.
An Introduction to the Aramaic of Targum byThomas O. Lambdin
Basics of Biblical Aramaic by Miles V. Van Pelt: In this part besides the Aramaic vocabularies, Hebrew is also added to compare and help students to memorize both Hebrew and Aramaic better.
Biblical Aramaic vocabulary by frequency: This part lists vocabulary according to its frequency. Users may want to study those words that often encounter.
Biblical Aramaic paradigms: This part offers some of the Aramaic paradigms, the most frequent ones.
Grammar of New Testament Greek by C. Sunil Ranjar: This section displays vocabularies of 52 lessons of the book. In addition, verbs are added at the bottom as a separated part for those who want to strengthen their memory on Greek verbs. Moreover, six principles of each verb are included help student to learn the grammar too.
An Introduction to the Study of New Testament Greek by James Swetnam: This section contain vocabularies of 67 lessons. However, for now, vocabularies are only available in Spanish.
92% Greek NT vocabulary
Basics Biblical Greek by Bill Mounce: This part contains all the vocabularies of all the chapters of the books. The extra sections are added to consolidate the Greek vocabulary.
Greek NT – Oak Hill College: This section offers extra explain on the meaning of each word so that users may have some idea linking to other vocabulary and memorize better.
English terms and Greek roots: This part helps users to understand some English terms that have Greek root.
A Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin by Collins: This part offers vocabulary of each unit in the textbook.
1000 Most Common Latin Words: This part displays Latin vocabulary by frequency, then the second part offers vocabulary that is organized by category. This helps users to choose particular type of Latin word to learn.
Latin Greek Roots: This section offers Latin or Greek roots in the form of different words, then it explains the meaning and its etymology.
Introduction to Syriac by W. M. Thackston
Syriac OT & NT Vocabulary
A Grammar of Akkadian by John Huehnergard