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  1. Kristin

    lex form hiding hits

    I am having some confusion concerning lexical forms. In the past I had thought in order to find all the hits I needed to focus on lexical forms and not the key, but sometimes I notice that the key has more results. I will use Jeshua as an example. I wanted to find all the OT hits of this name, so I went to Neh 10:9 and did a key search on the name. Doing so brings 30 hits. I wanted to make sure I was not missing any, however, so I then searched for the lex form and now I have only 28 hits? I then saw that my lex had one of those little numbers and said (יֵשׁוּעַ־1). Ok, great. I need ALL the lexical hits though. I know that I can get rid of the equals and get the root, but I am not looking for the root, per se, but the lexical form. So then I found (יֵשׁוּעַ־0) and also (יֵשׁוּעַ־2). Now that is finally 30. If I try to get rid of the number and just simply look for the true lexical form of (יֵשׁוּעַ), why is the lexical form not finding ALL the lexical forms? The number separating them seems really arbitrary given that they have the same key, same vowels, and same translation. Is there a way to bypass the numbers without resorting to the roots? Thank you for any clarity anyone is able to provide. Kristin
  2. When I search the NT range for paradidomai [KEY G3860], I'm getting results in the Concordance that are not connected. These seem to be related to NDT(?) and then simply Greek words that are not connected to paradidomai. For example, in this case there is only one verse that contains paradidomai or the key G3860 (1 Peter 2.23): committed (1) Matt 5.28 her has already committed adultery with her NDT Mark 15.7 rebels who had committed murder during G4160 John 9.2 who committed the sin that caused him to NDT Acts 25.8 “I have committed no offense against the G264 Rom 1.27 Men committed shameless acts with men G2716 Rom 3.25 passed over the sins previously committed. G4266 Heb 6.6 then have committed apostasy, to renew NDT Heb 9.7 sins of the people committed in ignorance. NDT Heb 9.15 from the violations committed under the first NDT Jas 5.15 if he has committed sins, he will be G4160 1 Pet 2.22 He committed no sin nor was deceit found G4160 1 Pet 2.23 committed himself to God who judges G3860 Jude 15 ungodly deeds that they have committed, G764 Rev 17.2 of the earth committed sexual immorality NDT Rev 18.3 the earth have committed sexual immorality NDT Rev 18.9 the earth who committed immoral acts with NDT I'm trying to show a friend who does not know original languages how they can use the Key search. For him, he would have known these were not uses of nor terms directly related to paradidomai, so that's problematic. Any help or advice would be appreciated.
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