An alphabetical verbal index showing the places in the text of a book where each principal word may be found, with its immediate context in each place.
A topical index or orderly analysis of the contents of a book.
A list of words, normally in alphabetical order, where each occurrence of each word is shown with surrounding context and identified by a reference indicating where it occurs in the text.
An index of a text, based on words, lemmas, or morphemes with their immediate contexts. Concordance software can automatically generate such lists, given a set of words, lemmas, or morphemes, and a text.
The listing of words from a text, along with every contextual occurence of the words. Concordance is very valuable for research, and very rare to see in search engines, because it requires efficiency to do well. Picosearch offers concordance, and we call this feature "results in context".
A list showing the immediate environment in which a given word occurs in a number of different texts.
An alphabetical list of key words that can be used for locating a Bible quotation or identifying related material. It catalogues the places in the text where significant words may be found, with their chapter and verse.
A word/phrase and its surrounding context. Usually printed as a KWIC display. (+)
An alphabetical index of the important words of a text, usually giving the context in which they are found.
an index of all main words in a book along with their immediate contexts
a Bible student's best friend
a book that lists every word in the Bible and where it is found
a book which reorganizes the Bible into verses by topic
a dictionary that lists the correspondence of one set of numbers or words (the From set) to another set ( To set)
a flexible text analysis program which lets you gain better insight into e-texts and analyse language objectively and in depth
a listing for word-use frequency in literary works
a listing of all words in a text file, with each word followed by all contexts of that word in the text, showing how the word was used
a listing of many of the words found in the Bible
a listing of the frequency of words found in any one body of written work
a listing of the occurrence of every word in the book (usually this list is parsed so that one is left with more useful parts of speech, such as nouns, verbs and adjectives)
a listing of where all the same words appear throughout the Bible
a list of all occurrences of a word (or pattern) in a text, displayed with a part of the surrounding context
a list of key words to tag automatically
a list of occurrences of a particular word, part of a word or combination of words, in its contexts drawn from a text corpus
a list of words and a reference to where they may be found within the Bible
an alphabetical arrangement of principal words contained in a book, with citations of the passages in which they occur - here, it is a cross-referenced list of single nucleotide substitutions in the two hypervariable segments of the mtDNA control region
an alphabetical index of the words found in one or more versions of the Bible, a text-finder that enables the reader to locate a particular verse by looking up a key word in it
an alphabetical listing of words in a text, that shows the line numbers on which each word occurs
an alphabetical list of the principal words used in a book or body of work, with their immediate contexts
an alphabetical list of words occurring in a text
an alphabetical list of words that appear in the Bible, together with the citation for each appearance, and information about the Greek and Hebrew originals
an excellent tool to use when performing a word study as it allows us to follow the usage of the word in question in both negative and positive contexts
a nifty little book (actually, it's a nifty big book) that lists every occurrence of every word used in the Bible
an index of every occurrence of a word in a body of texts, and immediately useful to anyone who needs to study longer texts closely
an index of every word in a text
an index of the words used in the Bible, with a description of the word's meaning, and a list of the places where the words occur in the Bible
an index of words, built over a group of documents
an index that lists Scripture references for individual words
an index to all the unique words used in a book
an index to the words found in the Bible
a particular way of displaying the form of a text
a reference tool that lists the occurrences of each major word in the Bible
a set of choice words listed in alphabetical order, that each have a list of Bible references where that word occurs
a special kind of index in which all the words used in a piece of literature are listed along with the place(s) used
a standard study tool where one can look up a word and find references to all the passages in the target work where that word occurs
a tool to help you read the Bible
a tool which brings together similar words (words that "concord") under a single heading
a type of word or verse finder
a very good aid in Bible study
a very valuable study aid if you wish to find phrases or word usage throughout the Bible
a work which lists every word in the Bible individually (normally excluding common prepositions) and directs the reader to the verse where that word appears
Alphabetical index of the words in the biblical text, indicating their location.
an inverted index identifying all occurrences of each term within a body of text.
through the use of computer software, take a list of the words used in a book or other work (e.g. The Times Newspaper) and give the user information about where the words can be found and in which sentences in the text
Relating a term to its context. In computer assisted translation (CAT), this more specifically applies to a function making it possible to obtain the list of contexts for the term, in order to define its sense more precisely and its equivalent in the target language.
An index of all the principal words in a work, showing location in the text, and sometimes defining the words.
A volume or list showing the number of times a word appears in a publication.
a (usually alphabetical) list of words from a book or website indicating the locations at which they occur. A concordance differs from an index in that no attempt to filter the source material or sensibly collate the information has been made.
If you want to see how many times a word is used in the Bible, or if you want to find other verses where the same word is used, this is the reference you need.
an alphabetical index of important Bible names and words, and located in the back of a Bible. Each word is followed by a list of Bible References (book, chapter, and verse) indicating where in the Bible the word can be found. The references are followed by phrases from the referenced Bible verse to indicate the verse's content. A concordance is a very useful tool, as it can help the reader find a particular verse they may have in mind, even if they only remember a few words of the verse. It is also a very useful tool for studying a particular topic or subject. It is safe to say that many (if not most) Bibles will have some sort of concordance included, even if only a small, limited one. Concordances are also available as separate books, and in this form are usually geared toward a particular translation.
n. an alphebetical index indicating reference passages, as from a writer's work.
A Concordance (or Inverted File) is an index file used by free text retrieval systems to reduce search times. It consists of a dictionary of every word in the database along with a list of the occurrences for each word.
Alphabetical index of words in a book or in an author's works with the passages in which they occur.
A word index of Bible verses.
An alphabetical listing of all the important words in a text and their textual locations; a useful tool for studying biblical themes. See the Bibliography of this text.