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  1. There are 12 verbs in the tagged Peshitta OT (PESHOT-T) that do not have stem information in their parsing. These are (spelling according to Accordance conventions): 1 Sam 1.26 ܗܘܝܬ Peal 1Sam 2.5 ܐܬܐܓܪܘ Ithpeel 2Sam 2.7 ܢܬܚ̈ܝܠܢ Ithpaal 2Sam 11.27 ܐܬܒܐܫܬ Ithpeel 2Sam 12.18 ܗܘܝܢ Peal Ps 94.22 ܡܥܫܢܢܐ Pael 1Ki 10.13 ܐܬܦܢܝܬ Ithpeel Esther 9.22 ܐܬܬܢܝܚܘ Ittaphal Dan 3.91 ܦܟܝܪ̈ܝܢ Peal Sir 19.15 ܢܗܝܡܢ Peal Sir 25.8 ܕܒܪ Pael 1Mac 2.63 ܡܬܬܪܝܡ Ittaphal
  2. Hello; I'm new in the forums but an user of accordance since several months. I'm interested in the Peshitta syriac NT Module and I have two questions: -Does include the tagging also meanings (glosses) or just the morphological information? (for example in the pic provided in the description page there is no english meaning) -The hebrew-script transcription of the tagged version, is also tagged? I mean, can I, for example on an iPad, read just the hebrew script version with the morphological information, or I need always the syriac-script version in order to use the tagging? Thank you and sorry for my bad English. Best Regards
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