- Hey everyone, Im trying to locate two Word Lists that should be in the document section, posted up by a friend in this group. They are; "Elementary Biblical Hebrew - Athas - including Sight words & Idiomatic phrases & Words occuring 100+ times & Ruth Chapters 1-4" and "Elementary Biblical Hebrew - Athas - including Sight words & Idiomatic phrases" Is there a reason that they aren’t available anymore? Or visible?
- Hey mate Not sure why those lists have disappeared from here, perhaps someone did a clean up. It appears I can no longer publish to the group as well so here are the links to the list... Athas + idomatic phrases - https://documents.logos.com/documents/d78a3acb1ee14be98b6d50ff1512964b/ Athas + 100 words + Ruth https://documents.logos.com/documents/8ae1d4ecee474da3a53ad24dc75176a8/ Let me know if you have any dramas getting them into Logos and feel free to share these with your Hebrew class. Greg
- Thanks brother! I’ll let you know how I go :)
- Does anyone have a vocab list for Reading Biblical Hebrew: Introduction to Grammar by Brian Webster? Thanks
- If you're having trouble accessing the Logos Documents under the "Bible Study" menu to the left, you can use this link-https://faithlife.com/introductory-grammar-vocabulary-lists/documents
- Brian it sounds like you do not have the proper authorization in this group so try messaging the admin to fix it.
- I have checked the link with several different accounts, and it seems to be visible now. I know Faithlife is currently working on the menus, so I assume things will function as intended very soon.
- Does anyone have Basics of Biblical Hebrew - Van Pelt / Pratico vocabulary lists using "Logos word list" with audio and is willing to share it? I have the non-audio version listed in the Introductory Grammar documents. I've created word lists for chapters 3-5 but if someone has already created lists for the book then it certainly would save me a lot of time! :)
- If you need help getting the audio file in the word list I can tell you how I do it to make it work.
Paul Martin — EditedHi Matt, Thanks for the letting me know chapter 9 was not shared. I shared the file this evening with the Introductory Grammar Group. I'm game for adding the vocabulary for the odd chapters. I followed the same format you started for the word list naming convention. Regarding adding the audio. I'm basically selecting the Lemma from BBH, then searching for the same lemma in the ESV, then copying the Lemma from the ESV and associated audio file to the word list. Since the "automatic" word list definition does not match BBH, I'm also replacing the default Logos gloss with the BBH Gloss. If there's an easier way, then I'd love to know how :) . I'm on the road away from home for a couple of days. I plan to work on Chapter 11 this weekend.
- I use to do it that way, but now I use the BWS report. I copy and paste the vocab word from the textbook into the BWS, then find the word in the textbook it means, and click that word. Then click on the one of the verses that populates and that opens my ESV to the verse, where I find the word and copy and past the lemma into the word list. Usually, there are more words in the meaning so I delete that and then type the words from the grammar book.
- Rob Davis started a discussionDiscussLists with manuscript words verses lemmas
I would like to create lists of the actual words in the manuscript. For example all the words used in Philippians. I could then use this to practice parsing the actual words that occur in the NT.
I may be missing it but it looks like all the methods of creating lists just create lists of the lemmas. Is there a way, other than the brute force manual method of typing, to create lists of actual words from a specified manuscript? If I could have my cake and eat it too, I would like to be able to get such a list in a spreadsheet with the following columns with a couple of examples:
the word, the lemma, the root on verbs, the morphology, the gloss, the count of times used in the NT
λόγου, λόγος, -, NGSM, word; statement; message, 330
λελύμενον, λύω, λυ, VRPP-SNN, I loose; I untie; I destroy,42
Is there a way to create such a list? Or do such lists already exist somewhere?
- Has anyone successfully used the Reader's Edition Interlinear with a grammar vocabulary list? I have tried it with several Greek and Hebrew grammars downloaded from this group and I cannot get it to hide any words. Ideally, I would like it to hide all the words in the chapters of the grammar that I have completed. I've carefully followed all the instructions in Morris Proctor's course book (see attached screen shot)
- It works fine for me. Do you have other vocab lists that have worked with the reader's edition? Do you have separate lists for the vocabulary in each chapter?
- I've not found a list or a resource that works.Can you tell me which resources and vocab lists you used? I tried the lists from 3 grammars: Ross and Pratico-VanPelt with The Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible and Mounce with The Greek New Testament, Fourth Revised Edition (Interlinear with Morphology). I called Logos technical support and they couldn't get it to work either and will pass it on to the appropriate technical personnel. I'm guessing that there are some vocabulary lists that are structured in a way that works and would like to understand what is wrong with my lists.
- How would I go about finding all the Hebrew words for "seeing" in a biblical passage range. Exodus 3:1-9?
- Does anybody know where I can find a list of all "ROOTS"? (all roots would be most beneficial but if somebody knows where I can find a complete "verbal roots" list, that would suffice)
- Do you have Logos 7? If so, you can use the Concordance tool to accomplish this with ease. You can run a report that finds every root word in the Greek NT and then organize within that root by all the lemmas that correspond. Hope this gets you pointed in a helpful direction.
- WOW!!! Thank you so much, I'm going to look into asap
- Did you ever solve this? Did you create a list here with root? I’d settle for just listing the root on back of vocabulary lists.
- Aorist Passive DeponentDeponent verbs have an active meaning but only middle (or middle and passive) forms. If its aorist has the middle form, a deponent is called a middle deponent (χαρἱζομαι gratify, ἐχαρισάμην); if its aorist has the passive form, a deponent is called a passive deponent (ἐνθῦμέομαι reflect on, ἐνεθῡμήθην). Deponents usually prefer the passive to the middle forms of the aorist. - Herbert Weir Smyth, A Greek Grammar for Colleges (New York; Cincinnati; Chicago; Boston; Atlanta: American Book Company, 1920), 107.