That’s Easy for You to Say: Your Quick Guide to Pronouncing Bible Names

Prod ID: Easy to Say
Price: $14.90

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Requires Accordance 10.4 or above.

That’s Easy for You to Say includes the acceptable pronunciation of every proper name in every major English translation of the Bible. Guidelines are based on Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic speech and the most widely accepted modern English usage.

With Accordance, just click on the listed pronunciation to get the audio version.

In addition to helping you pronounce over 7000 words, That’s Easy for You to Say gives the meaning of Bible names for which the meaning is known.

With That’s Easy for You to Say you can approach your next sermon, devotion, or Bible Study with the confidence that you can pronounce all of the Bible names in the text with which you’re dealing.

That’s Easy for You to Say: Your Quick Guide to Pronouncing Bible Names
• Author: W. Murray Severance
• Publisher: Broadman and Holman (1997)

Where to Find

That's Easy for You to Say: Your Quick Guide to Pronouncing Bible Names is included with the following packages

Category Code Title Price
Primary CollectionsColl12-EngMaster0519English Master Collection (Accordance 12) (May 2019)35549.00
Primary CollectionsColl13-EngMaster1119English Master Collection (Accordance 13) (November 2019)36999.00
Primary CollectionsColl13-EngMaster0420English Master Collection (Accordance 13) (April 2020)37499.00
Primary CollectionsColl13-EngMaster0720English Master Collection (July 2020)42568
Primary BundlesWS Crossover13Preacher/Teacher Reference Library Bundle (Previously the Wordsearch Crossover)1499


  1. Chris Heard

    As a Bible scholar/professor, I am amazed (not in a good way) at the errors present in just the promotional screenshot. “Based on Hebrew,” as the product description says, six out of eight names in the screenshot are accented on the wrong syllable. Three have the wrong vowel sounds. One of the entries (“El Gibbar”) doesn’t even exist (it’s apparently a mistake for “El Gibbor,” Isa 9:5; 10:21). A glance at the sidebar shows that the product perpetuates misunderstanding by listing as “names of God” terms that are actually the names of places (YHWH Yireh; YHWH Shammah) or even objects (YHWH Nissi), not of God; or are not names at all, but subject-verb pairs plucked out of their sentences (YHWH mekkadesh, which always appears with a direct object following mekkadesh). I won’t be purchasing this product, and I recommend others look elsewhere for more reliable information. (Note that all of these comments are about the *content* of the product, not the Accordance implementation. I love Accordance itself, and as you may have guessed, used it multiple times to verify the content of these comments.)

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