[sword-devel] KJV OT morphology
Troy A. Griffitts
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Wed Mar 8 13:52:20 MST 2006
Chris has been about as accurate and specific on the source as I
understand the situation. The Online-Bible (OLB) software guys created
a system that extended their strongs list above the normal range and
added all these new 'strongs numbers' that map to combinations of
morphology. 'OLBStrongMorph' is about as accurate and descriptive as we
can be, I guess. I'd opt for something a little shorter, but don't
really care. I haven't come across any consistently used name for this
system of morphology. Hope that helps a bit.
DM Smith wrote:
> When creating a "proper" OSIS document work ids are to be declared in
> the header.
> I was trying to figure out one for this and if whether anything was
> using it or could use it and whether it could be changed to something
> more meaningful.
> chrislit at crosswire.org wrote:
>> They are OLB verbal morphology codes, I believe. I think the "T"
>> stands for tense, and may be a relic of GBF encoding of this data. We
>> should probably create a new morphology code system and convert these
>> codes to that. But for the moment, preserve them at least.
>> They should map into the old BDB (probably derived from OLBHEB) module
>> that is no longer available. I suppose that is not particularly
>> helpful. :)
>> On Tue, 7 Mar 2006, DM Smith wrote:
>>> In the KJV OT I find the following type of morphology.
>>> Does anyone know what this indexes into?
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