Re: [lxx] Re: help?
- Another way to go would be to consult the online morphological analysis files at
where you will find
EI) C EI)
A)PO\ P A)PO/
SPARTI/OU N2N GSN SPARTI/ON
E(/WS P E(/WS
SFAIRWTH=ROS N3 GSM SFAIRWTH/R
U(PODH/MATOS N3M GSN U(PO/DHMA
LH/MYOMAI VF FMI1S LAMBA/NW
A)PO\ P A)PO/
PA/NTWN A3 GPM PA=S
TW=N RA GPM O(
SW=N A1 GPM SO/S
I(/NA C I(/NA
MH\ D MH/
EI)/PH|S VBI AAS2S EI)=PON
O(/TI C O(/TI
E)GW\ RP NS E)GW/
E)PLOU/TISA VAI AAI1S PLOUTI/ZW
TO\N RA ASM O(
*ABRAM N ASM *ABRAM
A revised and corrected form of the morph material is also available in
hardcopy, by Bernard A. Taylor, the Analytical Lexicon to the Septuagint: a
Complete Parsing Guide (Zondervan 1994), and Dr. Taylor continues to exercise
quality control and improvement over the electronic form (which has been
licensed to various distributors as well).
> --- In email@example.com, revdpickrel@w... wrote:--
> > I need help with two Septuagint words found in Genesis 14:23,
> "SFURWTROS" and
> > "SPARTIOU". I've check a Septuagint Parsing Lexicon, Mounce's, and
> BDAG and
> > have been unable to break the words down.
> I don't have Mounce, but I am surprised it was no help for you in
> breaking it down. After all, the Morphological Analysis engine at
> Perseus had no trouble finding that SPARTIOU is the genitive singular
> of SPARTION, meaning "a small cord".
> Go to http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/morphindex and familiarize
> yourself with this very handy tool. Bookmark the mirrors, too, for
> those times when the Tufts site is down.
> Now I have to admit, it didn't do so well on SFURWTROS. But if you do
> _familiarize_ yourself with the tool, you will learn the trick: lookup
> SFYRWT... in the online LSJ you get to when the Morphological tool
> fails to find anything, and you will find:
> SFYRWTHROS - leather thong, shoe-latchet.
> The genitive, of course, is SFURWTROS.
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