parsing-r.en
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parsing-r.en  [grammar parsing-(regular). English]

Part of speech:

v Verb + mood
vi indicative
vn infinitive
vm imperative
vs subjunctive
vo optative
vp participle


  Noun
n_ Noun
ni Indeclinable Noun


a_ Adjective


t_ definite Article


p Pronoun (2 columns)
pd Demonstrative
pi Interrogative
pk Correlative
px Indefinite
pp Personal
ps Possessive
pf Reflexive
pq Correlative or interrogative
pr Relative
pc Reciprocal


Adv Adverb or - and particle combined
Part Particle
Conj Conjunction
Inj Interjection
Prep Preposition
Aramaic Aramaic
Hebrew Hebrew

 

Parse Code

Nouns
Pronouns
Adjectives
case number gender extra   
Verb + moodtense voiceperson numberextra  
Verb Participletense voicecase numbergender extra


Case
Nomnominative (5-case system only!)
Gen genitive
Dat dative
Acc accusative
Voc Vocative

Person
1
2
3  

Number
sg Singular
pl Plural

Gender
m masculine
f feminine
n neuter

Tense
Pres present
Impf imperfect
Fut future
Aor Aorist
Perf Perfect
Plup pluperfect
2Fut second Future
2Aorsecond Aorist
2Perfsecond Perfect
2Plupsecond pluperfect
txx No Tense Stated

Voice
act active
mid middle
pas passive
mid/pas either middle or passive
midDmiddle Deponent
pasDpassive Deponent
midD/pasDmiddle or passive Deponent
im-Actimpersonal active
vxxNo Voice Stated

Mood
viindicative
vm imperative
vssubjunctive
vo optative
vn infinitive


Extra (with verb)
MidSmiddle significance
Concontracted form
Tratransitive
Attattic Greek form
Apoapocopated form
Irr irregular or impure form

Extra ()
Con Contracted form
Att Attic Greek form
Cmp Comparative
Neg Negative (used only with particles as Part)
IntInterrogative
SupSuperlative

 


parsing-r.en is derived from  :

THE GREEK NEW TESTAMENT DECLENSION CODES FOR NOUNS, ADJECTIVES, PREPOSITIONS, CONJUNCTIONS AND PARTICLES

Derived from Perschbacher's "New Analytical Greek Lexicon"

Maurice A. Robinson
1 July 1995

The codes which follow reflect an original abridgment and correction of the parsing codes utilized in Wesley J. Perschbacher, _The New Analytical Greek Lexicon_ (Peabody, MA: Hendrickson, 1990), which volume is itself an updated and corrected revision of the original _Analytical Greek Lexicon_ by Samuel Davidson (London: Samuel Bagster and Sons, 1859).

Many non-verbal New Testament Greek forms (e.g., nouns, adjectives, conjunctions, prepositions, and particles) can be declined in more than one manner. Following the example of Davidson and Perschbacher, the declensions given reflect only those forms which actually occur in the Greek New Testament.





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