The title is misleading. It is not complete, not even near complete. Looking up words is a hit & miss process. More often than not, they are not listed. Very aggravating to use. I would recommend staying away from this book.
This Dictionary is great for helping you understand words in the old and new testament, when you are studying the Bible. I recomend it to anyone who reads the Bible for understanding of what GOD's word means.
I frequently refer to Vine's as I seek a better understanding of God's Word. In His wisdom, He ordained that this great blessing was written first in Hebrew and Greek. It is a fact that several different words in these original languages are often translated by only one word in English. Greek is particularly known as a language in which shades of meaning are rendered by different words for which there are no direct English equivalents. Being able to find the meaning of a key word in Greek has often given me a new and richer understanding of many seemingly familiar passages. I would far rather use a concise book than trying to wade through multiple internet entries. I did give Vine's 4 stars because it is not always possible to determine the original language's word in the passage I'm studying. For this I use an interlinear Hebrew and Greek Bible which has the literal English translation below the original language. (The words are also keyed to Strong's Concordance, as is Vine's, another very useful feature.) I am grateful that these reference works are available to us. My Vine's is an indispensable aid to my Bible study.