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"Dikduk"? OH, my gosh, you are FUNNY, Orange Yonason

Reader comment on item: Westerners Welcome Harems
in response to reader comment: Jennifer Solis, Please Consult A More Knowledgeable Source

Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Dec 22, 2008 at 00:58

After reading your letter, as an afterthought, I Googled the word you mentioned, "dikduk". I thought it might be some sort of Yiddish word for "lexicon".

Imagine my surprise - good gosh - I didn't know such a thing existed - you gave me a giggle.

No, as I said before, I use the Exhaustive Concordance Of The Bible, by James Strong, S.T.D., LLD., first published in 1890. My edition is 1944.

"blueletterbible.com" is also an extremely useful site for quick reference of the Greek, Hebrew.

LOL - "Dikduk" - you learn something new every day - thanks again for the chuckle -



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