How to Conduct Morphological Search?

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Puddin’ | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Mar 24 2020 3:21 AM

I hope this isn’t posted in the wrong area of the forum, but I have been wanting to do an exhaustive study on the force of the masculine singular pronominal adjective εἷς (translated ”one”) when functioning predicatively (as in Mark 12.29) in the both the GNT & LXX—but I have no earthly clue where to even begin.

I would prefer to do this on my iPad, but if that is impossible I would be doing the search on a MacBook Air.

If anyone can possible direct me to a link or perhaps demonstrate exactly what (& where) to conduct such a search I would be much obliged🤓!

Thank you in advance👍.

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Mar 24 2020 5:30 AM

Puddin’:
I would prefer to do this on my iPad, but if that is impossible I would be doing the search on a MacBook Air.

It needs to be done on a laptop / desktop

Puddin’:
I hope this isn’t posted in the wrong area of the forum, but I have been wanting to do an exhaustive study on the force of the masculine singular pronominal adjective εἷς (translated ”one”) when functioning predicatively (as in Mark 12.29) in the both the GNT & LXX

Right-click on the word in a translation of your choice, select the lemma on the left and choose the morph search option on the right (red arrow) and this will result in the search on the left (blue arrow)

To select a different Bible resource, click the blue link and specify the Bible of your choice

which will result in (one of) the search you are looking for

Does this give you what you need?

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Puddin’ | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Mar 24 2020 6:39 AM

Wowsie!  Yes this is precisely what I am looking for (was hoping you would work your magic🤓)!

Thank you so very much👏🏼👏🏼.

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