In Tanakh specific to the first levels of pardes, every word has a meaning, and many Rabbinic teachings in "oral Torah" associated with those meanings. However, with Kabbalistic interpretations, not only does each word have its own literal meaning, but there are innumerable wordplays and numeric equivalences used to connect one teaching with a seemingly unrelated other teaching, or create new teachings. No matter how much I read, I continue to come across new terms and wordplays. The possibilities for equivalences of terms in the Torah is endless, even more so than spoken languages like english, which must be why I feel the need to look for a "dictionary" of sorts more so than I do with language.
My first question is, are there any good references in english where you can look up a word and find out every other word that the Rabbis equated with that word through various "equations" and the associated teachings? A concordance of Kabbalistic terms. I don't mean "Malkut is the 10th sefirah" I mean like every time AriZal defines or interprets a term from a verse in Tanakh, or makes a kabbalistic equation with another term.
My second question is similar, but for verses. Are there any english references where I can look up a verse from Tanakh, and all organized in one chapter it will tell me the Rebbe's commentary and major teachings about it, Rashi's, Rambam's, Ramban's, AriZal's, Vilna Gaon's, Nachmanides, Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai's, all the other giants of the generations?