A massive lexicon with good textual emendations, but not swelled by conjectures that lack a sound basis. Arranged by classifying words according to their stems, not purely alphabetical.
Based on the Lexicon of William Gesenius (d. 1842) as translated by Edward Robinson. Includes an appendix containing the Biblical Aramaic. Edited with constant reference to the Thesaurus of Gesnius as completed by E. Rodiger (1854), and with authorized use of the latest German editions of Gesenius's Handworterbuch uber das Alte Testament and the cooperation or Drs. S. R. Driver and Charles A Briggs.