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Bible Search Review: Datatypes

 

Basics of Search Terms

Title

Values

Example

Extensions

Basic datatype format

-

<datatype operator value>

{Section <datatype operator value>}

{Milestone <datatype operator value>}

Bible reference

See this wiki page for additional values.

<Bible Gen 11:27>

<Bible = Gen 11:27>

<BibleNRSV Gen 11:27>

<Bible4E2B Gen 11:27>

<BibleABUV1913 Gen 11:27>

<BibleAFR1933 Gen 11:27>

<BibleAFR1983 Gen 11:27>

<BibleAKESONS Gen 11:27>

<BibleALFNT Gen 11:27>

<BibleALMEIDA1819 Gen 11:27>

<BibleAPOK82 Gen 11:27>

<BibleARA Gen 11:27>

<BibleARC Gen 11:27>

<BibleAT Gen 11:27>

<BibleAT2 Gen 11:27>

<BibleB21 Gen 11:27>

<BibleBBA Gen 11:27>

<BibleBCP1662 Gen 11:27>

<BibleBCP1928 Gen 11:27>

<BibleBCP1979 Gen 11:27>

etc.

{Milestone <BibleNRSV = Gen 11:27>}

Word/Text

-

believe

n/a

Phrase/Text phrase

-

“believe in me”

n/a

Simple datatypes from Bible Context Menu

Title

Values

Example

Extensions

Andersen Forbes Eissfeldt hexateuch /Mowinckel sources

from Context menu or Source Ascription

<EissfeldtHexateuch = L>

n/a

Andersen Forbes Hebrew: genre

from Context menu or Text types

<AndersenForbesGenre = ttl>

n/a

Andersen Forbes Hebrew: semantic domain

from Context menu or Semantic categories

<AndersenForbesSemanticDomain = vocbl>

n/a

Base (BHt)

from Context menu or Biblia Hebraica Transcripta Glossary

<Base ~ bht/x-tl/ʾt>

n/a

Base element (BHt)

from Context menu or Biblia Hebraica Transcripta Glossary

<BaseElement ~ 3y>

n/a

Biblical entity: event

from Context menu

<Event God calls Abram>

{Section <Event God calls Abram>}

Biblical entity: person

from Context menu or Search autocomplete

<Person Abraham>

{Speaker <Person God>}

{Addressee <Person Abraham>}

Biblical entity: place

from Context menu or Search autocomplete

<Place Haran (city)>

n/a

Biblical entity: thing

from Context menu or Search autocomplete

<Thing Stone altar>

n/a

(Bible) Reference

from Context menu or See this wiki page for additional values.

<BibleNRSV = Gen 11:27>

{Milestone <BibleNRSV = Gen 11:27>}

Construction

from Context menu or Biblia Hebraica Transcripta Glossary

<Construction ~ bht/x-tl/1u2ū3>

n/a

Cultural concept

from Context menu or The Lexham Cultural Ontology Glossary

<Culture Journeying>

{Section <Culture Journeying>}

Ending

from Context menu or Biblia Hebraica Transcripta Glossary

<Ending ~ bht/x-tl/y:0>

n/a

Extension

from Context menu or Biblia Hebraica Transcripta Glossary

<Extension ~ bht/x-tl/a>

n/a

Figurative language category

from Context menu or Figurative Language Category

<FigurativeLanguageCategory = Meton>

{Section <FigurativeLanguageCategory = Meton>}

Figurative language term

from Context menu or Lexham Figurative Language of the Bible Glossary

<FigurativeLanguageTerm = Passover>

{Section <FigurativeLanguageTerm = Passover>}

Figurative language type

from Context menu or Figurative Language Types

<FigurativeLanguageType = Passover as Passover Meal>

{Section <FigurativeLanguageType = Passover as Passover Meal>}

Grammatical constructions: Greek

from Context menu or Greek Grammatical Constructions Documentation

<GrammaticalConstructions = Accusative Absolute>

{Section <GrammaticalConstructions = Accusative Absolute>}

Grammatical constructions: Hebrew

from Context menu or Hebrew Grammatical Constructions Documentation

<GrammaticalConstructions = Verbless Clause>

{Section <GrammaticalConstructions = Verbless Clause>}

Lemma

From Context menu or Morph Search transliteration

lemma:ἀγαπάω

<Lemma ~ lbs/he/תּוֹלֵדוֹת>

n/a

Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament

from Context menu or The Lexham Discourse Greek New Testament: Glossary

<LDGNT = Comp. Frame>

{Section <LDGNT = Comp. Frame>}

Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible

from Context menu or The Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible: Glossary

<LDHB = Sentence>

{Section <LDHB = Sentence>}

Lexham High Definition New Testament Annotation Structure

from Context menu or The Lexham High Definition New Testament: Glossary

<HDNT = Near Distinction>

{Section <HDNT = Near Distinction>}

Lexham High Definition Old Testament

from Context menu or The Lexham High Definition Old Testament: Glossary

<HDOT = Rep.>

{Section <HDOT = Rep.>}

Lexham SGNT clause structure

from Context menu or The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament Glossary

<SGNTClause = Sentence>

{Section <SGNTClause = Sentence>}

Lexham SGNT syntactic force

from Context menu or The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament Glossary

<SGNTSyntacticForce = comp. sub. cl.>

{Section <SGNTSyntacticForce = comp. sub. cl.>}

Lexham Systematic Theology Ontology

from Context menu or Lexham Survey of Theology

<LSTO = The Abrahamic Covenant>

{Section <LSTO = The Abrahamic Covenant>}

Literary typing

from Context menu or Lexham Glossary of Literary Types

<LiteraryTyping ~ List, Genealogy>

{Section <LiteraryTyping ~ List, Genealogy>}

Longacre genre

from Context menu or Longacre Genre Analysis of the Bible Dataset Documentation

<LongacreGenre = Narr: Story>

{Section <LongacreGenre = Narr: Story>}

Louw-Nida

from Context menu or Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament: Based on Semantic Domains

<LouwNida = LN 64.14>

n/a

Morphology

(the datatype can be selected via @ input in Morph Search and is automatically detected in the Context menu)

from Context menu or Morph search or various documentation resources

<AFMorphAram ~ AgT>

<AFMorphHeb ~ NCcSFN>

<AramaicMorphology ~ Pg+S???E?>

<ArcInsMorph ~ N????+S???G?>

<BHtMorph ~ M6?????>

<CALMorph ~ d??>

<FrMorph ~ CC>

<GrMorph ~ BS>

<LogosMorphAram ~ NPMSA>

<LogosMorphGr ~ JDSF>

<LogosMorphHeb ~ NCFPC>

<LogosMorphLa ~ NPBPN>

<LPIMorph ~ g>

<SemInsMorph ~ P?s+S???G?>

<SESBMorphAram ~ V?R?????+S???>

<SWGreekMorph ~ SG??>

<SyrMorph ~ N??c+S???E?F?Y?T?D?R?>

<WIVUMorphAram ~ V?R?????>

<WIVUMorphHeb ~ PO>

n/a

Preaching theme

from Context menu or Preaching Themes: Dataset Documentation

<PreachingTheme = Disability>

{Section <PreachingTheme = Disability>}

Propositional outline: New Testament

from Context menu or The Lexham Propositional Outlines Glossary

<PropositionalOutline = Genealogy>

{Section <PropositionalOutline = Genealogy>}

Propositional outline: Old Testament

from Context menu of The Lexham Propositional Outlines Glossary

<PropositionalOutline = Action>

{Section <PropositionalOutline = Action>}

Root

from Context menu

root:ἀγαπάω

<Root = lbs/el/αγαπαω>

n/a

Sense

from Context menu or Bible Sense Lexicon: Dataset Documentation

<Sense = genealogy>

n/a

Sentence

from Context menu or Sentence Types Dataset Documentation

<Sentence = Declarative>

{Section <Sentence = Declarative>}

Speech act

from Context menu or Speech Acts Dataset Documentation

<SpeechAct = Info: Assert>

{Section <SpeechAct = Info: Assert>}

Strong’s number

from Context menu or The New Strong’s Dictionary of Hebrew and Greek Words

<HebrewStrongs = H8435>

<GreekStrongs = G2531>

n/a

Simple datatypes from Bible Clause Visualization Context Menu

Andersen-Forbes phrase marker analysis

from Context menu or A Systematic Glossary to the Andersen-Forbes Analysis of the Hebrew Bible

<AndersenForbesPhraseMarkerAnalysis = cl : oblq>

n/a

Cascadia Syntax Graph

From Context menu or Cascadia Syntax Graphs of the New Testament: Glossary

<CSG = Verbless Cl>

n/a

Lexham SGNT clause structure

From Context menu or The Lexham Syntactic Greek New Testament Glossary

<SGNTClause = Clause (Sub)>

n/a

OpenText.org syntactic structure

from Context menu or The OpenText.org Syntactically Analyzed Greek New Testament Glossary

<OpenTextSyntactic = Pred>

n/a

 

Setup:

  1. Open NRSV to Mark 1:6
  2. Select locust
  3. Open Context Menu
  4. Go through the tab side, identifying the definition of the value and the resources one is directed to for the definition and/or additional information on the topic.

We will work through the data at a rate of four at a time to leave time to reconsider priorities (like my Spanish-English dictionary) and truly understand the types of information that the Context Menu directs you to for each datatype.

Selection

When “Selection” is chosen on the tab side:

  • The selection has no special glossary for a technical meaning with Verbum.
  • Lookup provides three dictionaries for definition

Look up which directs one to appropriation dictionaries, lexicons, glossaries, etc. offers three references. Note that a preview is available on mouse-over, the resource opens on click.

  • Merriam-Webster, Inc. Merriam-Webster’s Spanish-English Dictionary. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster, 1998.
  • Barry, John D., David Bomar, Derek R. Brown, Rachel Klippenstein, Douglas Mangum, Carrie Sinclair Wolcott, Lazarus Wentz, Elliot Ritzema, and Wendy Widder, eds. “Locust.” The Lexham Bible Dictionary. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2016.
  • Elwell, Walter A., and Barry J. Beitzel. “Cankerworm.” Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible. Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, 1988.

The priorities set in the user’s library or the system defaults control which resources are shown.

On mouse-over:

On click:

Reference

When “Reference” is chosen on the tab side:

  • The selection is a Bible reference which is assumed to be understood by users of Verbum.
  • Lookup provides five options for examples of the Bible reference, i.e., occurrences of the {Milestone <BibleNRSV = Mark 1:6>

Look up which directs one to appropriation Bibles, Bible commentary, Bible Notes, … etc. offers five references. Note that a preview is available on mouse-over, the resource opens on click.

  • The Holy Bible: New Revised Standard Version. Nashville: Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1989.
  • New American Bible. Revised Edition. Washington, DC: The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2011.
  • Wansbrough, Henry, ed. The New Jerusalem Bible. New York; London; Toronto; Sydney; Auckland: Doubleday, 1990.
  • The New Jerusalem Bible. New York; London; Toronto; Sydney; Auckland: Doubleday, 1990.
  • The Revised English Bible. Cambridge; New York; Melbourne; Madrid; Cape Town; Singapore; São Paulo; Delhi; Dubai; Tokyo: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

The priorities set in the user’s library or the system defaults control which resources are shown.

Manuscript

When “Manuscript” is chosen on the tab side:

  • The selection is the manuscript (surface) form of the selected text.
  • Lookup provides a single resource for a definition/meaning.

Look up directs one to The Lexham Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament. Logos Bible Software, 2011 which contains:

Lemma

When “Lemma” is chosen on the tab side:

  • The selection is the lemma form (dictionary headword form) of the selected text.
  • A Factbook entry for the lemma is supplied.
  • Lookup provides up to five resources for a definition/meaning.

Factbook is currently in a state of flux. The contents for a lemma entry at this time is:

The section that contains the information of most immediate concern is the Key Article section:

Look up directs one to:

  • Wharton, Edward Ross. Etyma Graeca: An Etymological Lexicon of Classical Greek. London: Percival and Co., 1890.
  • Brannan, Rick, ed. Lexham Research Lexicon of the Greek New Testament. Lexham Research Lexicons. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2020. Note: this is the resource from which the Key Article was chosen.
  • Brannan, Rick, ed. Lexham Research Lexicon of the Septuagint. Lexham Research Lexicons. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2020.
  • Louw, Johannes P., and Eugene Albert Nida. Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament: Based on Semantic Domains. New York: United Bible Societies, 1996.
  • The Lexham Analytical Lexicon to the Greek New Testament. Logos Bible Software, 2011. Note: this is the only resource referenced for “Manuscript”.

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