Noah Webster (1758-1843) is perhaps the most known American linguist and writer. He was an enthusiastic supporter of the cultural independence of the United States which, in his view, should affect issues like language, which must be characteristically American. Having this in mind, he undertook the writing of a comprehensive American English dictionary, first published in 1828 and containing 70,000 entries, thus being the most comprehensive and authoritative linguistic work of its time. In fact, Webster is a synonim for dictionary. Now, Biblemaximum offers this seminal work for free as an additional module for BibleMax software.
But what is the relationship between linguistics and the Scriptures? For one thing, you will have an excellent reference work at your fingertips. If you find an unknown word when reading one of the versions of the Bible featured in your BibleMax software, you will always be able to find its definition using Webster's dictionary. On the other hand, Webster always took the Bible as his primary source for his work, so his dictionary is imbued with the spirit of the Good Book. Being this a module for BibleMax software, you should download and install this program before running this or any other module.
- Very useful, comprehensive, a classic work
- It only works with BibleMax