Greek morphology search - αλληλων with imperatives

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Kenneth P. McCaulley | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, May 17 2019 8:09 AM

I have a morph search built for <lemma = lbs/el/ἀλλήλων> .  How do I filter the results for occurrences with imperative verbs?  

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, May 17 2019 6:20 PM

Type  as follows after you query

Type NEAR, space then @ and select Verb followed by Imperative.  Hit Enter to start the search.

To refine NEAR, you can instead use BEFORE xx WORDS or AFTER xx WORDS, where xx is a number e.g. 2

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Puddin’ | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, May 18 2019 8:59 PM

Dave Hooton:

Type  as follows after you query

Type NEAR, space then @ and select Verb followed by Imperative.  Hit Enter to start the search.

To refine NEAR, you can instead use BEFORE xx WORDS or AFTER xx WORDS, where xx is a number e.g. 2

Dave—is there a tutorial on how to conduct these type of syntax parallels for both the OT & NT?  After wrapping up Hebrew I am intending to begin an exegetical volume on the topic of complementarianism vs. egalitarianism (I am decidedly the former)—and would really like to be able to conduct such studies w. ease.

Thank you much in advance!

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Sat, May 18 2019 11:21 PM

Puddin’:
Dave—is there a tutorial on how to conduct these type of syntax parallels for both the OT & NT?

With the Morphological selector window, above, you would need to select Hebrew or Aramaic instead of Greek (Logos Greek), and your lemma would have to correspond to that language. In many cases you can right-click a word in a resource, select the Lemma (on the right side), and then select a Search on the left side.

The wiki Search HELP, provides the syntax, and points to other wiki's. Look under Proximity in particular.

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Puddin’ | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, May 19 2019 10:52 PM

Dave Hooton:

Puddin’:
Dave—is there a tutorial on how to conduct these type of syntax parallels for both the OT & NT?

With the Morphological selector window, above, you would need to select Hebrew or Aramaic instead of Greek (Logos Greek), and your lemma would have to correspond to that language. In many cases you can right-click a word in a resource, select the Lemma (on the right side), and then select a Search on the left side.

The wiki Search HELP, provides the syntax, and points to other wiki's. Look under Proximity in particular.

Got it!  Will do.  

Thank you much!

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, May 20 2019 5:02 AM

Kenneth P. McCaulley:

I have a morph search built for <lemma = lbs/el/ἀλλήλων> .  How do I filter the results for occurrences with imperative verbs?  

Clause Search has verb-morph (imperatives) plus many lemma search terms:

verb-morph:V??M (adverbial-lemma:ἀλλήλων OR indirect-object-lemma:ἀλλήλων OR object-lemma:ἀλλήλων OR participant-lemma:ἀλλήλων OR subject-lemma:ἀλλήλων)

If a Clause Search includes an invalid term (or one that has no results), the search box shows a red outline

Logos Help includes Clause Search terms:

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