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  • Submitted: Jan 28 2012 04:42 PM
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Download Interlinear Westcott and Hort Greek New Testament with Strong's numbers and morphological analysis codes

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9.x - 10.x

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IWH+P

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greek, interlinear

This is the Greek NT by Drs Westcott and Hort from 1881, based primarily on the Codex Sinaiticus and the Codex Vaticanus. Strong's numbers  are included, as are morphological tags. I've opted to include the unaccented Greek text since many accented characters don't render well with e-Sword when using the commonly available fonts.

The Greek words, the Strongs numbers and the morphological codes were retrieved from a public domain file that I downloaded from The Unbound Bible. The interlinear text was kindly provided to me by John Isett from Bibliosweb. There were a few errors remaining in the file, in most cases it so happened that the word used was spelled according to the Westcott and Hort bible, while the interinear text was that for the corresponding word from the UBS or NA27 bible. I tried to correct those where I encountered them, but there may have been a few left. If you encounter an error, I would appreciate a mention of that via email  (bibsup AT hamal.nl).

Although the Strong's numbers for the tense, voice and mood for the verbs were available, I did not include them because it can be retrieved from the morphological tags.


This is a very useful tool to study original text of NT. The update and improvement are great! Thanks.

Simon
You're very welcome. Dit you fetch the dictionary file for the morphological codes?
http://www.biblesupp...analysis-codes/

Regards,
Rob
Sorry, e-Sword has its own RMAC, I referenced the MySword version...
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