Understanding Terms like Lemma transliterated and Louw-Nida

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shane blyth | Forum Activity | Posted: Sun, Nov 11 2012 11:42 PM

I am kind of new to some of these resources and terms and am very very interested in the original hebrew language and pictorial characters so if someone couple point me to some interesting resiurces in Logos that might help I'd appreciate it. 

I noticed in the King James there is a box I can toggle at the bottom with a bunch of options some of them I understand but I'd like some indepth descriptions of what these are and how to properly learn and use them. 

The ones I understand are things like:

Surface, Manuscript, and the strongs numbers but if someone could explain these below or point me to a resource so i can start using and applying and understanding these things and how to apply them I'd really appreciate it. 

 

They are?

Manuscript Transliterated.

Lemma and Lemma Transliterated

Morphology and Louw-Nida

Thanks really appreciate form  a study newbie

 

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Nov 11 2012 11:45 PM

Hi Shane

Have a look at the article at http://wiki.logos.com/Reverse-Interlinear$2fInterlinear__Bibles

It addresses your specific questions but also provides additional information.

There are also links to some very useful videos

Hope this helps

Graham 

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shane blyth | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Nov 12 2012 1:27 AM

thanks very useful gonna take sometime to get into this properly but that good

thanks again

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Nov 12 2012 1:33 AM

shane blyth:

thanks very useful gonna take sometime to get into this properly but that good

thanks again

You are most welcome - glad it was useful

EnjoySmile

 

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Dominick Sela | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Nov 12 2012 3:08 AM

Graham Criddle:

I was reading this article as I have not looked at it for a long time, and I noticed it said that to find out what reverse Interlinears you have,

"Doing a Bible Word Study and select “Settings” from the Translation word ring. The dropdown will show you a list of your Reverse Interlinears, including any non-Bible RIs. (This is new as of 4.1)"

I do not see any non-Bible RIs in my list, ever, based on some limited searching on different lemmas. Is there an example of a BWS that should show a non-Bible RI in settings?

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fgh | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 13 2012 3:50 PM

Dominick Sela:

Graham Criddle:

I was reading this article as I have not looked at it for a long time, and I noticed it said that to find out what reverse Interlinears you have,

"Doing a Bible Word Study and select “Settings” from the Translation word ring. The dropdown will show you a list of your Reverse Interlinears, including any non-Bible RIs. (This is new as of 4.1)"

I do not see any non-Bible RIs in my list, ever, based on some limited searching on different lemmas. Is there an example of a BWS that should show a non-Bible RI in settings?

Good catch. I tried it out and I couldn't get the Apostolic Fathers RI to show up either, not even when I launched the BWS directly from there. I believe the Wiki is incorrect. The 4.1 Release Notes only say:

  • "Choose a Bible from the “Settings” drop-down in the Translation, Greek Words, and Hebrew Words sections."


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