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A Morphological Lexicon of New Testament Greek

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(presented at SBL 2015) Morphological analyses such as analytical lexicons have typically involved indicating lemma, part-of-speech, morphosyntactic and morphosemantic information (such as case, number, person, gender, tense, voice, mood and degree).
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  A Morphological Lexicon of New Testament Greek  J. K. Tauber   http://jktauber.com/  WhatÕs in a(Printed) Lexical Entry? ¥ deÞnition ¥ gloss ¥ part of speech ¥ inßectional class ¥ principal parts ¥ root(s) and stem(s) ¥ variant spellings ¥ etymology ¥ derivation ¥ subcategorisation ¥ idiomatic constructions  A ÒMorphologicalÓ Lexicon ¥ deÞnition ¥ gloss ¥ part of speech ¥ inßectional class ¥ principal parts ¥ root(s) and stem(s) ¥ variant spellings ¥ etymology ¥ derivation ¥ subcategorisation ¥ idiomatic constructions  Ðblog post, 9th December, 2004 Òthe idea is that surface forms, lexical forms, spelling variations, roots, stems, suppletion, morphophonological rules, etc. will all be catalogued with relationships between them expressed as a directed labelled graph.Ó  Prolegomenon ¥ Philosophy ¥ Motivation
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