List of New Testament Hapax Legomena

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StevenG | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 7 2019 9:10 AM

Hey all. Yeah I'm six years late chiming-in since i just came across this wonderful and innovative list. Thank you for your labor, Mark! Does anyone know if there is another list like this for all the (If/Then) conditional statements of the NT? There used to be an iOS app that provided a list of these "conditional statements" and appropriating them in 3 different lists: 1st class, 2nd class, and 3rd class conditions. However, the app is no longer working or supported by the developer. Grace and Peace to you all.

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David Paul | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 7 2019 2:10 PM

Mark Barnes:

robin riley:
The term "hapax legomena" (for words that only appear once) is a bit confusing to me ...

Hapax Legomena refers to words that are found only once, regardless of the form. In the example you give, both words are the same in their dictionary form (ἐλλογέω), so that's not an hapax legomena.

The term is also used for words that may occur more than once in the Bible, but are always found in an identical context/sentence.

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Rick Brannan (Faithlife) | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jun 7 2019 3:37 PM

StevenG:
Does anyone know if there is another list like this for all the (If/Then) conditional statements of the NT? There used to be an iOS app that provided a list of these "conditional statements" and appropriating them in 3 different lists: 1st class, 2nd class, and 3rd class conditions

StevenG — 

1st, 2nd, 3rd, and even 4th class conditionals (well, only 'mixed' 4th class conditionals in the NT) are annotated by the "Greek Grammatical Constructions" dataset (more info). Additionally, protasis and apodosis of each conditional are also annotated. You can search for them using Bible search with:

  • First Class: {Section <GramCon 1C>}
  • Second Class: {Section <GramCon 2C>}
  • Third Class: {Section <GramCon 3C>}
  • Fourth Class: {Section <GramCon 4C>}

Alternately, if you have access to Grace Theological Journal, there is a series of articles by Boyer that describe and collect conditionals.

Hope it helps!

Rick Brannan
Data Wrangler, Faithlife
My books in print

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Morgan James | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jun 24 2019 4:54 AM

Just a quick reaction. Thank you for this. Not sure if you want to compare your list with the list in Denaux, Adelbert, Rita Corstjens, and Hellen Mardaga, eds. The Vocabulary of Luke: An Alphabetical Presentation and a Survey of Characteristic and Noteworthy Words and Word Groups in Luke's Gospel, Biblical Tools and Studies, vol. 10. Leuven: Peeters, 2009.

Their statistics are based on Nestle-Aland 27. On pp. XXXII-XXXIII of the above work, you'll find "Words that appear only once in Luke" : 284 hapax of which 55 are proper names, resulting in 229 hapax compared to your list of 221 (without proper names; calculation based on Word's tabulation). Thus, a difference of eight words. 

For comparison with the other synoptics, they indicate 102 hapax in Matthew and 74 in Mark. 

Best regards - James

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