I too would greatly appreciate more Aramaic resources (and perhaps more specifically, Syriac) in Accordance (besides HALOT); and more specifically, something specifically keyed to the Peshitta (both "OT" & "NT"), and also the targums.
I see that discussion has already been made regarding the CAL (Comprehensive Aramaic Lexicon), which works decently well with the targums bundle in BW. (Just for the record, the morphology tagging is actually better here in Accordance (i.e. more detailed on verb tense), but there is more overall information given for each word in BW).
But I would also like to have a lexicon keyed to the Peshitta texts, and two potential solutions are Janet Magiera (Light of the Word Ministries), who has a relatively simple, but nice lexicon that BW sold for only $30, along with her Aramaic and English texts. That would be an attractive offering in addition to the tagging that the Peshitta "NT" already has in Accordance.
In addition, Dave Bauscher (http://aramaicnt.com/) has beautifully keyed the CAL lexicon (actually, technically George Kiraz' SEDRA database) to the Peshitta "NT." I have this product for e-Sword, and while the functionality of e-Sword is nowhere on the same level of Accordance of BW, my point is that there is at least a lexicon--more than just morphology tagging--keyed to the text.
And so, I wonder if a deal could be made with either Janet Magiera or Dave Bauscher to get their lexicons into Accordance. (Their English translations are also very worthwhile to acquire as well. (For those who aren't aware, there are nearly 10 English translations available for the Peshitta "NT," and 2 available for the Peshitta "OT" (viz., George Lamsa and Dave Bauscher). These would all be good for Accordance to have.
But Accordance also amazes me with its superior offerings in certain areas, exceeding what I've been blessed with in other programs; and therefore, I wouldn't put it beyond Accordance to acquire some of these other resources being discussed up above (Payne Smith, Jastrow, etc.). They are all available for free in pdf form, but I know that would take quite an effort to truly digitize.
Edited by TYA, 08 October 2018 - 09:49 PM.