Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament

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Trafford Publishing, 2005 - Reference - 440 pages
This addition to the field of New Testament Greek study aids is the most useful analytical lexicon available. The Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament contains an alphabetical arrangement of every Greek form found in the major printed editions of the Greek New Testament: UBS, Nestle-Aland, and the Majority Text. Consequently, ANLEX is not a lexicon of a single edition of the New Testament; rather it is a lexicon of the New Testament's language in all its manuscript forms. A distinguishing feature of this and companion volumes is the use of grammatical tags. The analysis is "tagged" throughout with abbreviations that provide pertinent grammatical information. ANLEX's analysis is superior to traditional parsing because of the authors' expertise in modern linguistics. In addition, ANLEX provides new and original definitions in modern, descriptive English for each root word.
 

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Contents

Ιηίγοάιιούοη
7
ΒίΙίοξΓαρΗγ
25
0Γθ55βάονβτ Αάβοίίνε5
419
ΟΙθ5αΐγ
431
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Timothy Friberg and Barbara Friberg are field linguists and teachers of graduate linguistics working in Southeast Asia. Barbara Friberg earned an M.A. in linguistics at the University of Saigon and an M.S. in computer science at the University of Minnesota. Timothy holds a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Neva F. Miller taught at Vennard College for many years. After her retirement, she served in several counties as a Greek consultant for Wycliffe Bible Translators until her death in 1997.

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