Tool Kit

This is my editor-translator’s tool kit. Cf. my resource pages on Learning Germangeneral, languages, audio-videolinks.

German: dict.cc, LingueeCoppins, CollinsDuden, WLDWDS, Wiktionary (cf. here)

Search: Google, GBooks, NGramSSearchWikiE, WikiG, Wcat

Tools: LSJ, BMGDPerseusBDF, Latdict, Hebrew, Coptic (cf. here)

GNT: Tyndale, NA28, TCG, BWA, NRSV, NASB, GermanBibles (cf. here)

LXX/HB: Tyndale, LXXNETS, BGAT (cf. here)

Abbreviations: WikiGLSJPerseus, DGELatin, German (cf. here)

Texts: Early Jewish Writings, Sefaria Jewish TextsEarly Christian WritingsOnline Classical Works, TCN, ICGPearse PDFs (GCS, PG, PL, PO), MigneRabbinics, Luther

Libraries: Emory, Princeton, Tübingen, UGA

UGA Interlibrary Loan

Other Resources: Orbise-ClavisHandbook of NarratologySEP, AHE

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