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Leslie Craig | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Dec 14 2011 9:37 AM

Hey 

 

I have been trying to figure out a way to view the whole list of places the greek word i search for is found. at the moment i can only seem to find the partial lists and due to the fact some words have many different forms this is quite frustrating.

Thanks

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Ryan Boyer | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Dec 14 2011 10:01 AM

Leslie Craig:

I have been trying to figure out a way to view the whole list of places the greek word i search for is found. at the moment i can only seem to find the partial lists and due to the fact some words have many different forms this is quite frustrating.

Leslie,

Give this a try.  I don't know of a quick and easy way to do what you want, but if I understand your questions correctly I think it is possible.

1.  Open a Greek or Hebrew resource (SBLGNT or BHS) and go to a passage where the word your are interested in is used.

2.  Hold on that particular word and select "Search."

(Now here is where things get a little inconvenient)

3.  On the top change your search settings to "Bible Search" and instead of "Top Bibles" select the Bible (Greek or English) of your choice.

4.  From here I tap on the search box where my Greek word is and select "Search" on the keyboard.  This refreshes your search with the options that you have chosen.

Does this accomplish what you are after?

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Leslie Craig | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Dec 14 2011 10:41 AM

Hi. 

 

Thanks for your suggestion but this still only displays the single form of the Greek word.

I'm looking for a complete list of all forms of the root word. 

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Ryan Boyer | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Dec 14 2011 11:25 AM

Leslie Craig:

I'm looking for a complete list of all forms of the root word. 

I don't think what you are asking is possible.  You can get every occurance, not in a single list.  I share your frustration.

You know what else would be nice in addition to a single list would be a complete count - "your word occurs XX times"

Sorry I couldn't help you.

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