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Release Notes for NA27 Greek Morphological Search - Includes Greek word database (KB1032)

Release Notes for the DVD NA27 Greek Morphological Search Includes Greek word database (GMSNA 5.1  SBB00549NA27MORP1108)
  • After installing this disc, you can find the delivered reference works here:
    • Greek/Hebrew > Greek Morphological Search
    • Hovering over most Greek words
    • Right-clicking on most Greek words

  • Version 5.1 of PC Study Bible is available only as part of this add-on. There are no separate downloads or update discs for obtaining Version 5.1.
     
  • What is a "lemma"?
    The term "lemma" refers to a particular form of a word that is chosen by convention to represent the "lexeme" - the collection of all the forms of a word, which share the same meaning. Sometimes, it is referred to as the "canonical form", "citation word" or "headword", and perhaps even "the base word" or the "root".  It is often the word you find as a dictionary entry when looking up a definition. Take for example the verb "go" - "go" is the lemma, but the following words are part of its overall lexeme: "going", "goes", "gone", "went", etc.
     
  • What is a "form"?
    In this context, a "form" is referring to the internal structure of a specific word; it is the combination of a word's lemma plus its specific parsing.  Here is an example from English: consider the word "books".  "Books" is our specific example of a form, built on the lemma "book" plus the letter "s", which English uses to indicate a plural form.  In a highly inflected language like Greek, knowing the form is essential to deciphering the function of a word in its context.
     
  • What is "morphology"?
    Morphology is the branch of linguistics that studies the internal structure of words. It looks at patterns of word-formation within and across languages, and attempts to formulate rules that model the knowledge of the speakers of those languages. As applied to New Testament Greek, it is the discipline that allows a student to determine what role a specific word plays in a sentence. For example, a word's morphology will allow you to decipher whether a noun is singular or plural, whether it is the Subject, Direct Object, or the Indirect Object in the sentence, and so on.
     
  • Known Issues
  • If the hover doesn't appear for a Greek word, do a left-click in the window, then try the hover again.
  • If the hover doesn't appear when the cursor first reaches a word, move the cursor to a different position over the same word.
  •  Under certain conditions, the speaker icon in the hover window is "shy" - when you try to click it, it jumps away from your mouse. The solution is to left-click on the word you want, move the cursor away from the word, then move it back to the word.  Now when the hover appears, you should be able to click the speaker icon.
  •  Under certain conditions, Books > General Books > Works of John Owen will lose about 10 entries.  You are not losing any content.  These entries were duplicates of sections of larger John Owen works that you still have.
  • The id number of this entry is 489.

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