The OSIS Bible Tool's has a full library of resources—this article displays the library's content for your convenience to make it easier to browse and use. The library has many Bible versions in many languages, commentaries, daily devotionals, lexicons, and dictionaries. (Their website requires navigating a collapsible menu in the left sidebar.)
Lexicons / Dictionaries
OSIS (Open Scriptural Information Standard) is an XML standard for encoding Bibles and other biblical research texts, which enables ministries and other organizations to collaborate more easily. Traditionally, these organizations have stored their documents in disparate, proprietary markups, making it difficult when they wish to share in service with each other. OSIS provides a common markup for multiple visions. Developed in a collaboration with CrossWire Bible Society, the Society of Biblical Literature and American Bible Society.
According to this web page by a developer, Bible File Encoding for Bible Translators, Publishers, and Software Developers, here is more information about OSIS--
This is an XML format that results from an attempt to create a universally-accepted Scripture interchange format that could replace the others.
(editor's note: this blog post has been corrected. Previously, the post erroneously indicated that the Bible data sets could be downloaded in OSIS XML format.)
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