[B-Greek] GNT Word List - All inflections with Strongs

Steve Puluka steve at puluka.com
Wed Jun 3 08:01:59 EDT 2009

On Jun 2, 2009, at 11:10 PM, allen.rhoades at juno.com wrote:

> Hello all,
>      I'm just a student of Greek, but I currently speak computerese  
> much easier. I've downloaded the non-copyrighted versions of the  
> GNT and done a word list and count. However, to make it truly  
> productive for study I need to add the Strongs numbers to the 17000 
> + various inflected words.
> I did the first five hundred in a few hours to see that it is a  
> time consuming process.
> Do you know of any non-copyright e-versions to download of Strongs  
> that has the different inflections or maybe the verse listings?

I think the better tool for this type of study would be to purchase a  
electronic Greek Bible study program that has the morphologically  
tagged text and lexical works.  Something more up to date than  
Strongs.  I'm sure you'll hear recommendations of all the software  
available from the list if you are interested.  This review site has  
been previously posted to b-greek.


But if this is a tech exercise for yourself, you should approach it  
from that same vector.  Instead of building this massive cross  
reference of all inflections to the base Strongs number use a  
morphologically tagged text and code those to their Strongs equivalent.

The original work in this area is from files prepared at Penn State  
University.  I understand that these are the files that bible  
software are build from.

Some updated versions are available from James Tauber.  These include  
an xml version of Stongs.  I've not directly used these.


Steve Puluka
MA, Theology Duquesne University
Cantor Holy Ghost Church
Carpatho-Rusyn tradition
Mckees Rocks, PA

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