(For the 1828 original work by Noah Webster, see here.)
This early 20th century dictionary is one of the last great dictionaries to retain a major focus on the use of English words in Scripture.
The Revised Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language is a revision and expansion of Noah Webster's original work. This particular edition was edited by Noah Porter (D.D., LL.D. of Yale University) in 1900 as the International Dictionary and published in the United States in 1913 by G. & C. Merriam.
The 1913 retains the bulk of Webster's material with significant expansion; this edition contains twice the number of entries and more thorough etymologies.
The 1913 is an excellent dictionary and extremely helpful in understanding the language of many of the literary works included in SwordSearcher.
- Over 120,000 words defined.
- Identical headwords are organized under a single entry (for more than 98,000 entries).
- Over 48,000 cross-linked definitions.
- Over 4,300 linked Biblical references.
This module is included in the Deluxe Library.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) [Deluxe] [Web1913]
One of the last great dictionaries to retain a major focus on the use of English words in Scripture.