Greek NT: Byzantine/Majority Text (2000) [Parsed]


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Greek New Testament: Byzantine/Majority Text (2000) [Parsed] The Greek New Testament according to the Byzantine Textform, edited by Maurice A. Robinson and William G. Pierpont, 2000 edition.
This is the edition by Pierpont and Robinson of a Majority, or Byzantine, text of the New Testament. It is similar to an earlier production of Hodges and Farstad in being based on von Soden's apparatus, but without their stemmatic reconstruction of the Apocalypse and the Pericope Adulterae.

Notes on parsing codes:
All Greek verbs are listed in one of three various forms:
1) V-tense-voice-mood
2) V-tense-voice-mood-person-number
3) V-tense-voice-mood-case-number-gender

The abbreviations which pertain to each of these categories are the following:

Tense:
P = Present
I = Imperfect
F = Future
2F = Second Future
A = Aorist
2A = Second Aorist
R = peRfect
2R = Second peRfect
L = pLuperfect
2L = Second pLuperfect = 2L

Voice:
A = Active
M = Middle
P = Passive
E = Either middle or passive
D = middle Deponent
O = passive depOnent
N = middle or passive depoNent
Q = impersonal active
X = no voice stated

Mood:
I = Indicative
S = Subjunctive
O = Optative
M = iMperative
N = iNfinitive
P = Participle
R = impeRative-sense participle

Extra:
-M = Middle significance
-C = Contracted form
-T = Transitive
-A = Aeolic
-ATT = Attic
-AP = Apocopated form
-IRR = Irregular or Impure form

Person: 1, 2, 3 = First, Second, Third person
Number: S, P = Singular, Plural
Gender: M, F, N = Masculine, Feminine, Neuter

Case:
N = Nominative (5-case system only!)
G = Genitive
D = Dative
A = Accusative
V = Vocative

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