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Ewald | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Jan 25 2018 9:30 AM

I would need to search for 2, maybe 3 lemmas within a range 1 to 5 verses in der Hebrew OT or the Greek NT.
How can I do that?
Is it at all possible?

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 25 2018 9:49 AM

Hi Ewald - and welcome to the forums

Ewald:
I would need to search for 2, maybe 3 lemmas within a range 1 to 5 verses in der Hebrew OT or the Greek NT.

Standard searching is constrained by verse boundaries - but if you have access to the Morph Query capability it is possible - note I have set the range for five verses

And you can do something similar for the Hebrew text

Does this help? 

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Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :) | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 25 2018 10:26 AM

Ewald:
Is it at all possible?

Welcome Big Smile

One possibility for a passage is using Morph Search to analysis search results so can find roots used more than once. Faithlife discussion had example passage of 1 Corinthians 12:20-26:

Tim:

Using the concordance tool for the passage I am studying (1Corinthians 12:20-26) set to root/count I have selected Verb/Noun/Adjective/Adverb and have all results from with count 2-7 displayed. That gives me 13 root words that are used more than once in my passage. I would love for a visual filter to highlight every use of those 13 root words, individually without having to manually enter them. (i.e. all uses of melos might be blue; all uses of soma might be yellow; both uses of pas would be green, etc.) I really don't care which color is used for what root word. I would doubly love to be able to change passages and have the visual filter perform the same kind of analysis for the next passage and highlight different words differently using the same criteria.

Used Morph Search of Adverbs (@B) OR Adjectives (@J) OR Nouns (@N) OR Verbs (@V) for root count analysis of 1 Corinthians 12:20-26 passage followed by creating root search using OR so each root has its own search result color

<Root = lbs/el/εχω> OR <Root = lbs/el/μελος> OR <Root = lbs/el/σωμα> OR <Root = lbs/el/συ> OR <Root = lbs/el/δοκεω> OR <Root = lbs/el/ειμι> OR <Root = lbs/el/περισσευω> OR <Root = lbs/el/τιμη> OR <Root = lbs/el/χραομαι> OR <Root = lbs/el/εις:2> OR <Root = lbs/el/πας> OR <Root = lbs/el/πασχω> OR <Root = lbs/el/πολυς>

1984 NIV shows search results without visual filters (three dot menu has "Visual Filters" unchecked).

1900 KJV has Discourse Features (Greek) showing Bold and Grey text (without visual filters), which is discussed in forum thread => Grey Text 

1873 AV has many visual filters enabled, which were mentioned in forum thread => How to identify words added by translators in ESV using Visual Filter?

Ewald:
I would need to search for 2, maybe 3 lemmas within a range 1 to 5 verses in der Hebrew OT or the Greek NT.
How can I do that?

Concur Morph Query has verse range. Syntax search can also cross verse boundary.

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