Do you have either of the Mounce dictionaries installed?
From the Introduction of the Kohlenberger/Mounce Concise Hebrew-Aramaic Dictionary of the Old Testament:-
This dictionary includes all words represented in the Old Testament. The first line of each entry includes the G/K and Strong’s number (** are used when there is not a corresponding Strong’s number). Following this are the Hebrew/Aramaic word, its transliteration, and for more significant words its frequency count is also included. Note however that the frequency counts were originally derived from the NIV Concordance and may differ in form and number from the BHS. On the second line are the part of speech, cognate relationship (if applicable), and English definition. The third line includes a series of Word Study hyperlinks which search the corresponding English version for the key number(s) under discussion. Note that there will be variations in frequency and usage in each version depending on the translation, and tagging philosophy.
“Introduction,” Kohlenberger/Mounce Concise Hebrew-Aramaic Dictionary of the Old Testament, paragraph 8.
Attached is a screenshot which shows it in action. Don;t think the format is exactly what you are looking for but possibly a few steps closer to what you are wanting.