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  • Re: Aramaic Word List

    Almost 5 years now, and no progress. I have my own lists now :)
    Posted to Logos 5 by Gary Martin on Sun, Jan 13 2019
  • Aramaic Word List

    How do I create Aramaic word lists? If I choose "Jeremiah 10:11" or an Aramaic range in Ezra, no list gets generated.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Gary Martin on Tue, Apr 22 2014
  • Re: Hebrew Morphology Search

    Awesome! Very instructive as well. This one example taught me a lot about how to formulate search strings, so thanks very much!
    Posted to Logos 5 by Gary Martin on Sun, Nov 24 2013
  • Re: Hebrew Morphology Search

    I should mention that I am searching BHW 4.18 with Westminster Hebrew Morphology
    Posted to Logos 5 by Gary Martin on Sat, Nov 23 2013
  • Re: Hebrew Morphology Search

    Thanks! But I want to include Gen 1:1, and exclude Hos 9:10 which is the only result with a pronominal suffix. I am not sure how to use ^ to exclude the result with suffix. Also, I needed to use lower case letters for your example: @ncfs[^a] since upper case letters yield no results. Thanks for the link to the wiki logos search help!
    Posted to Logos 5 by Gary Martin on Sat, Nov 23 2013
  • Re: Hebrew Morphology Search

    Actually that's only 5 cases with lemma:רֵאשִׁית@ncfsc since Gen 1:1 is tagged lemma:רֵאשִׁית@ncfsa. So, if I just use lemma:בְּ WITHIN 0 WORDS lemma:רֵאשִׁית then I get the 6, 5 without a pronominal suffix, and 1 with suffix.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Gary Martin on Sat, Nov 23 2013
  • Re: Hebrew Morphology Search

    Thanks! Is there a resource online with a list of search arguments (like "WITHIN 0 WORDS")? Is there an easier way to search for a preposition prefixed to a noun without using the "WITHIN 0 WORDS" statement? Is it possible to exclude a noun suffix? For example, when searching for the 5 cases of "bereshit" I retrieved 6 cases using: lemma:בְּ WITHIN
    Posted to Logos 5 by Gary Martin on Sat, Nov 23 2013
  • Re: Hebrew Morphology Search

    I found the answer. Here is the Westminster Morphology string: @Pg WITHIN 0 WORDS @Pp WITHIN 0 WORDS @v?c????+S[123] and it does yield only the two results I already knew: Exodus 2:14 and Judges 14:15.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Gary Martin on Fri, Nov 22 2013
  • Hebrew Morphology Search

    I am new to Logos 5. I would like to find all the words in the Hebrew Bible composed of (1) interrogative particle, attached to (2) preposition lamed, attached to (3) verb infinitive construct with (4) pronominal suffix. I think there are only two of these. Exodus 2:14 ("is it in order to kill me?") and Judges 14:15 ("is it in order to dispossess us
    Posted to Logos 5 by Gary Martin on Thu, Nov 21 2013
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