Resources for studying the Zohar in the original. Let us know about others you have found helpful.
Daniel Matt’s Zohar Glossary
This is an amazing resource by the author of the best scholarly translation of the Zohar (the Pritzker Edition). Note, the Aramaic (and Hebrew) words and roots appear in transliteration and in English alphabetical order.
The Zohar in Aramaic
Digitized view of a manuscript of the Zohar from the 1400s, later owned by Shabbetai Tzvi, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Room, University of Toronto – source of the header and background images on this website
Hebrew Lexicons of Words in the Zohar
Scholem Card Index/Catalog by Gershom Scholem.This is a resource for the serious researcher: Digital reproduction of approximately 5,800 index cards in the handwriting of the great academic scholar of Kabbalah, Gershom Scholem, listing words and examples of their usage in all 5 volumes of the Zohar. The cards often contain a Hebrew translation and its usage in the Bible, rabbinic literature, and kabbalistic works, especially the writings of Moses de Leon. The cards are searchable alphabetically (e.g., all of the alef cards, all of the bet cards) and, within their initial letter, by groups of ten. The card size may be enlarged by right clicking. At present there is no index of the words and no way to search for individual words. Note that some terms may not be found in Matt’s critical text due to ms. variations. The content of this collection is described by Yehudah Liebes at this link.
Grammar of the Zohar