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Most digitized versions of books are old. For them to be widely available they are typically out of copyright. That means most of these sources, but not all, are about 100 years old or older. These are being made available to you, for when you cannot go to the library and get access to current and accurate information. THESE SHOULD BE LAST RESORT MATERIALS.
2letterlookup - a lexicon of all Biblical languages
A lexicon for Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic. Just need to enter, at least, the first two letters. Available lexicons: Liddell & Scott (Greek), Gesenius (Hebrew and Aramaic), Jastrow (Rabbinic Aramaic), and Thayer (Greek).
Gesenius's Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon
Old. This is a pdf version of the book from 1891. You can navigate with arrows and search by page (it will get you close).
Brown-Drivers-Briggs Hebrew-English Lexicon
Searchable by English word, Strong's number, or Hebrew. Must install font from the website in order for this to appear correct.
Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon Project
A work in progress. A lexicon of Aramaic; all forms, not just Biblical.
Liddell & Scott's, A Greek English Lexicon
A Greek to English Lexicon available through Perseus.tufts.edu. Navigate by clicking on Greek letters to "open" sections of the alphabet.
Louw-Nida's Greek Lexicon of Semantic Domains
A lexicon of Biblical Greek in which the words are grouped by domain (think categories, not alphabet).
Texts - These are current, not old