complex search in Greek

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Arnet Mathers | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Jul 15 2011 3:44 PM

How can I search for any form of the greek noun "pistis" followed by any noun or pronoun in the genitive case?

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Mark Barnes | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jul 15 2011 3:54 PM

You need to do a morph search in a Greek New Testament. Different NTs have different morphologies, and therefore different syntaxes. This one will work for NA27:

(lemma:πίστις BEFORE 1 WORD @NG) OR  (lemma:πίστις BEFORE 1 WORD @R??G)

You don't need to remember that @R??G is a genitive pronoun. Just type the @ sign and click on the dropdown menu.

You can also perform a Bible search using the following criteria. It gives the same results, but it's harder to construct:
<lemma = lbs/el/πίστις> BEFORE 1 WORDS (<lbs-morph+el ~ NG???>, <lbs-morph+el ~ R??G???>)

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