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Kenneth Neighoff | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Jan 27 2020 9:17 AM

In Philippians 1:12 in the THGNT we have the word Γεινώσκειν.  This word has no parsing, lemma or morph information and it should. 

The Introductory material at the end of the Tyndale House Greek NT explains why they kept this spelling.  In light of what is below can this information be added- so that the lemma, glodd and morph shows up? 

In many cases, and in light of a consideration of the scribal tendencies of the relevant witnesses, we have accepted epsilon-iota (ει) as a representation of etymological ī, where readers of printed Greek will be used to iota (ι). Whether or not these spellings go back to the first documents, they are often widely attested in the earliest manuscripts transmitted to us. Even though these forms are not found evenly distributed throughout the books of the New Testament, there is enough evidence to suggest that they were conventional spellings. We have decided to print:
γείνομαι ‘become’ in Mark; Luke; John 3:23; 6:19;
and Romans–Colossians
γεινώσκω ‘know’ in Mark; Luke; John 10:14–14:17;
and 1 Corinthians–Philippians
*κλειν* ‘incline’: εκκλειν* in Romans 3:12; 16:17; κλείνη
everywhere, except Revelation; κλεινίδιον in Luke 5:19, 24; κλείνω in Matthew, Luke, and John, but not Hebrews
μεισέω ‘hate’ in Mark, Luke, and Paul, but not Hebrews
*κειν* ‘move’ everywhere, except Revelation
*χειλ* ‘thousand’ in Mark and Luke

Thanks for considering to add this information.

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Isaiah | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 27 2020 12:14 PM

Kenneth:

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I will be updating the resource to include the expected morphological data.

Isaiah.

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Kenneth Neighoff | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jan 27 2020 12:52 PM

Thanks Isaiah

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