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τσβ, να, σ, ναβτ red markings in e-sword interlinear bible. What do they mean?


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#1 dmmalkin

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Posted 18 February 2021 - 09:20 PM

In e-sword, I have downloaded the "Greek New Testament (Interlinear) w/Strong's Numbers". Some of the words are gray and have either "τσβ", "να",  "σ" or "ναβτ" in red under them. What does this signify? I believe that it means that this word is missing from the Westcott-Hort version or missing from the Textus Receptus version. Is that right? I have posted an image of this along with this post.

In the image, I have shown "Parallel" view and shown the 4 views: KJV, Greek NT Textus Receptus, Greek NT Westcott Hort, Greek NT Interlinear +.

I have circled τσβ, να, σ, ναβτ below the gray words in question.

 

Do modules ever come with "Readme.txt" descriptions? Where would they be?

 

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Posted 19 February 2021 - 12:34 AM

Click on Bible and Information.

 

ν = ΝΑ28 [=UBS5]
α = Alexandrian [= UBS3/UBS4/NA26/NA27]
τ = Stephens 1550 Textus Receptus
σ = Scrivener 1894 Textus Receptus
β = Byzantine Majority

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τσβ means in the Textus Receptus editions and the Byzantine Majority.

Westcott-Hort is Alexandrian so it is mostly in agreement with α = Alexandrian.

 

 

να means in NA26(UBS3), NA27(UBS4), NA28(USB5) so based on 3 Critical standard texts.

α means NA26(UBS3) or NA27(UBS4) only so based on 2 Critical standard texts.

 

σ means in Scrivener 1894 only (Scrivener 1894 is the closed Greek to the KJV translation).

 

ναβτ" means not in Scrivener 1894

 

 

 

Grey background means not in the α = Alexandrian

Grey letters in white  mean doubt or textual variants within the α = Alexandrian

 

I support the Restored Textus Receptus.


Restored Holy Bible 11 and the Restored Textus Receptus

http://rhb.altervista.org/homepage.htm


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Posted 19 February 2021 - 12:49 AM

 

In e-sword, I have downloaded the "Greek New Testament (Interlinear) w/Strong's Numbers". Some of the words are gray and have either "τσβ", "να",  "σ" or "ναβτ" in red under them. What does this signify? I believe that it means that this word is missing from the Westcott-Hort version or missing from the Textus Receptus version. Is that right? I have posted an image of this along with this post.

In the image, I have shown "Parallel" view and shown the 4 views: KJV, Greek NT Textus Receptus, Greek NT Westcott Hort, Greek NT Interlinear +.

I have circled τσβ, να, σ, ναβτ below the gray words in question.

 

Do modules ever come with "Readme.txt" descriptions? Where would they be?

 

Thanks

 

There was no need to post this in two other places, it just makes more work...





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