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  1. In Luke 23:43 - when hovering over paradise (ESV) I get the following displayed in my instant details: paradise G3857 παράδεισος paradeisos [GNT28-T] παραδείσῳ paradeisō Noun masculine singular dative (m) garden; paradise (Complement) My question - what does the (m) denote/mean? I first thought it denoted meaning - but other word with glos dont have the (m). I dot think it denotes masculine as that facts is already stated in th parsing inf. Note - it is bolded, so I assume it relates to glos more than parsing info. In Luke 23:45 - temple has the same (m) appear in the Instant details. temple G3485 ναός naos [GNT28-T] ναοῦ naou Noun masculine singular genitive (m) temple, shrine; palace (Adjunct) I observed that land in Luke 23:44 has a bold (f) and its instant details display: land G1093 γῆ gē [GNT28-T] γῆν gēn Noun feminine singular accusative (f) earth, land (Complement) As land is feminine - I was back thinking these abbreviations denote gender — but then why is gender shown twice? - And not shown twice on all words - for example centurion in Luke 23:47 instant details display as: centurion G1543 ἑκατοντάρχης, ἑκατόνταρχος hekatontarchēs, hekatontarchos [GNT28-T] ἑκατοντάρχης hekatontarchēs Noun masculine singular nominative commander of a hundred; centurion (Subject) Insights as to what is going on is most appreciated.
  2. What's the Accordance Abbreviation for 1QS that would work with a user-bible input? Does this matter now that you can do custom book names? My best guess is this: 1QS 1:1 line 1 text goes here 1QS 1:2 line 2 text goes here Is there a complete list of Accordance-compatible book names somewhere? I don't have any Qumran/DSS modules yet so wanted to future-proof a User-Bible for when I do.
  3. I'd like to request the option to use user-defined abbreviations of book names in searches. For instance, as in various commentaries, the Jerusalem Bible, etc, I prefer (mostly) two-letter abbreviations to three- or four-letter ones. Those in NA28 would do, but they're in Latin and I use "1K" for "1Kings" not "1Corinthians", but as in NA28, "Nm" for me means "Numbers", whereas "Nehemiah" is "Ne" and "Nahum" is "Na". If i could use the abbreviations I always use, I would have to remember that Accordance wants me to write "Nu" or "Num". Or again, "Ez" just about everywhere on the planet means "Ezekiel". No need to make me type, "Eze". i have to type the third letter of "Ezr" only if i actually want "Ezra".
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