Just touch any Greek word in the text with your stylus and instantly see the English definition, lemma, and parsing for each Greek word!
Have you studied New Testament Greek? Are you ready to read your Greek New Testament but a little daunted by the hours and hours you will have to spend turning the pages of a dictionary, looking for the lexical form (or lemma) of the words you don’t know, or seeking additional information about the meaning and usage of the words you do know? Or are you farther along than that and just want a tool that will enable you to look up an occasional word you don’t remember?
Whatever the skill level, new students, proficient readers, and even scholars of New Testament Greek will find the Greek NT with GRAMCORD Morphology an extremely useful tool. Available for your handheld computer from Olive Tree Bible Software in conjunction with The GRAMCORD Institute, this resource gives you the Nestle-Aland (NA27) Greek New Testament, parsing information prepared by The GRAMCORD Institute, and the United Bible Society’s Greek/English dictionary.
Using the Greek NT with GRAMCORD Morphology is a great time and labor saver. When you tap on a Greek word, a second window displays the morphological parsing data and the UBS Greek/English dictionary meaning. This enables you to get to the information you need without losing your train of thought, Nouns, verbs, and other parts of speech are color-coded in the Greek text, helping you to quickly locate the subjects, verbs, and other components of clauses and sentences. Olive Tree’s BibleReader™ search engine provides additional enhancements to this already very powerful study tool.
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