King James (KJV) Bible Dictionary
Authorized in 1611 by James I of England, the King James Version (Authorized Version) is still the most often purchased translation of God's word. However, since that time the English language has evolved. This dictionary defines 6581 words that are not common to modern English.
You can add words to favorites, copy the text and any part of it, share via Facebook, SMS and etc, increase/decrease font size.
Feel free to contact me if you want to improve or have any problems with this app.
Adapted for iPhone X
Search engine improved
Added interface rotation
A lot of bug fixes
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Excellent bible dictionary
This app is very simple to use and absolutely perfect for when you are reading your bible and you come across a word you don’t quite understand. Perfect job guys!
Not the best bible dictionary in my opinion. I wanted to look up the word Uz which is in the chapter of Job and they couldn't bring it up or find it. I went to look up the word Abraham and they could inform me who Abraham was even though I knew who both words was. I was sampling various words to see how great the dictionary was. I prefer to use the Eaton Dictionary which in my opinion is a much better choice. Both words are in that Dictionary. Up come with a better version and it will be worth downloading.
KJV version -Dictionary
I find it rather ignorant to name this version of a Bible dictionary after the King James Version of the Bible yet lacks so many words that are in the KJV. I usually have to go to Webster’s 1828 or go online to find definitions. I find more definitions in Webster’s 1828. The reason I downloaded your KJV dictionary was to find the unusual/hard to find definitions.
I also have your Bible dictionary and the Nave Topical, but too often I have to go to other sources to get KJV definitions.
- Oleg Shukalovich
- 12.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
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- © Oleg Shukalovich
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.