I would like to write a filter that would give me all of the noun forms of a particular lemma (particular word - LOVE), that is all the subjects, direct objects, adjectives etc.. Can this be written in a single string using the @ function? If so, how would you write it? Or do you have to put in every single form of the word as a separate filter? If this is the case, where do I go to find ALL the forms?
Thanks for the help in advance.
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A filter won't "give you" all the noun forms, it will highlight different grammatical attributes of words. If you want a list of noun forms, do a bible word study on ἀγάπη and look under the grammatical relationships section.
Alternatively, if you have the beta version, do a morph search and choose "Analysis".
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Mark - is the answer then that I have to do a separate filter for each noun form?
Actually where I am trying to go is to visually be able to tell the noun form of LOVE from the verb form.
I'm sorry, I'm struggling to understand what you're trying to achieve. Can you give me an example?
No you don't.
Use a "basic" visual filter and type in or copy and paste the different forms of "agape" and they will show up....separate them by a comma.
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Here you go...
Just type in lemma:word@V or lemma:word@N in a visual filter..note: I had to cut/paste from the ESV to get it correct...my greek typing is lacking..
Thanks, it worked perfect! Almost had it on my own - I had put a space between the end of the lemma and the @.
EmeryHorvath: I had put a space between the end of the lemma and the @.
I did the same thing the first few times I did it...it seems natural to do that...