[sword-devel] Re: Strong's numbers in Septuagint/LXX module?
djw at dnull.com
Sat Dec 3 19:00:37 MST 2005
On Sat, Dec 03, 2005 at 06:19:17PM -0500, RLRANDALLX at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 12/2/2005 11:05:31 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
> sword-devel-request at crosswire.org writes:
> Yes, keying the greek words to the KJV words, and using Strong's
> >numbers to do the keying.
> >For instance, it is useful to know that the LXX uses paradiso where the
> >KJV translates the Hebrew as "garden" or "paradise".
> No interest? Is the source available for the Java client so I could set
> up such an effort?
> With BibleCS you can create a "Parallel" bible with KJV, WLC, and LXX.
> Switch on Strong's numbers and you get the Hebrew numbers from the KJV and
> Greek numbers from LXX. WLC does not have embedded Hebrew numbers but
> gives the straight Hebrew. Anyway, If you right-click on a number you can
> do a dictionary look-up and get the Greek or Hebrew meaning at will. Have
> you tried this approach? Once "search" gets improved, you could do some
> fancy things there as well.
I don't know Greek or Hebrew. How can I tell which Greek or Hebrew word
corresponds to the English word in the KJV with this method?
I'm looking to make automated tools for massive word-studies. If
looking up a KJV word in Strongs is like taking a shot with a rifle, I'm
looking to code up the equivalent of a concrete mounted machine-gun.
I'm going to be travelling soon, and I want the laptop with me. It will
be my substitute for Strong's Concordance, but I have something in mind
much better than Strong's. As a long time Free Software developer, I
will be releasing it under the GPL, of course. I will also dual license
it under the BSD license for people who are into that kind of thing.
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