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  • Re: Hebrew syntax search

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] [quote user="Michael Meiser"] A slight tweak on the morph search that I found to eliminate any waw's in between the two imperatives is to use this search syntax: (@V?M BEFORE 1 word @V?M) ANDNOT (@V?M BEFORE 1 word lemma:וְ@C). [/quote] Unfortunately, ANDNOT also eliminates valid results like Gen 9:7 ; 43:13 with three successive...
    Posted to Logos 5 by Michael Meiser on Wed, Jul 23 2014
  • Re: Hebrew syntax search

    [quote user="Michael Meiser"] A slight tweak on the morph search that I found to eliminate any waw's in between the two imperatives is to use this search syntax: (@V?M BEFORE 1 word @V?M) ANDNOT (@V?M BEFORE 1 word lemma:וְ@C). [/quote] Unfortunately, ANDNOT also eliminates valid results like Gen 9:7; 43:13 with three successive imperatives. In total...
    Posted to Logos 5 by Dave Hooton on Wed, Jul 23 2014
  • Re: Hebrew syntax search

    A slight tweak on the morph search that I found to eliminate any waw's in between the two imperatives is to use this search syntax: (@V?M BEFORE 1 word @V?M) ANDNOT (@V?M BEFORE 1 word lemma:וְ@C).
    Posted to Logos 5 by Michael Meiser on Wed, Jul 23 2014
  • Re: Bible search won't find infinitives

    Try @V??N BEFORE 1 WORD lemma:εἰμί Make sure you are using the text of the GNT (in my case NA27). I get 16 hits (which really means 8 hits since two terms are used).
    Posted to Logos 5 by George Somsel on Tue, Jul 22 2014
  • Re: Bible search won't find infinitives

    [quote user="Alfonso Espinosa"] I want to search for instances where the copula immediately follows an infinitive, which I thought would be @V??N 1 WORD BEFORE l:εἰμί, [/quote] The format should be @V??N BEFORE 1 WORD lemma:εἰμί
    Posted to Logos 5 by Dave Hooton on Tue, Jul 22 2014
  • Re: Biblia Development?

    [quote user="Scott (Sanjay) Hayes"] I would like support for Interlinears (Greek-English New Testaments, Bibles that show Manuscript, Lemma, Parsings, etc.). [/quote] yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees
    Posted to Biblia.com by Paolo russo on Tue, Jul 22 2014
  • Re: Using Greek and Hebrew Pronunciations

    This is one of the reasons the Hebrew pronunciation guide took so long to come to market. Hebrew uses a LOT of compound words. This is where Logos had a lot of internal discussion about how to tag individual words or the compounds. (e.g. should they record a version of "earth", "the earth", and "and the earth") there are some places where "earth" appears...
    Posted to General by David Thomas on Mon, Jul 21 2014
  • Re: Using Greek and Hebrew Pronunciations

    If you right click on the word you will see three different lemmas in the context menu. You can select them individually for pronunciation. With regards to John 1:1 you are looking at the manuscript form of the word (as Michael said) rather than the lemma. The pronunciation tool only pronounces lemmas.
    Posted to General by Fredc on Mon, Jul 21 2014
  • Re: Using Greek and Hebrew Pronunciations

    The Lemma is what it is designed to pronounce because that is what you would have to look up in a lexicon. The Greek audio Bible will read you the text as it is printed, which may be more what you are looking for. If you like it will read you the entire passage. But if you are discussing a Greek word used in a verse, you would discuss the lemma. Unless...
    Posted to General by Michael Childs on Mon, Jul 21 2014
  • Re: Using Greek and Hebrew Pronunciations

    Thx Fred, Here's what's happening . . . I'm starting my review with Gen 1 and John 1. Hebrew - for example in Gen 1:1 I clicked on בְּרֵאשִׁית and found a lemma for the entire word, clicked on "Pronunce" and heard the entire word (Yeah!). However, when I went to Gen 1:2 and clicked on וְהָאָרֶץ I found lemmas and heard pronunciation for each part of...
    Posted to General by Alphonetta Wines on Mon, Jul 21 2014
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