In the search limits option in BibleWorks 6, the predefined search limits are for the most part self-evident. However, one of the limits is called "Hebraisk" with search limits--
Gen 1:1-3:24; Gen 16:1-17:22; Gen 22:1-19; Exo 3:1-17; Exo 14:1-31; Deu 5:1-22; Deu 6:4-9; Deu 7:6-13; Deu 16:1-17; Jos 24:1-28; 2Sa 7:1-17; 2Sa 11:1-13:39; 1Ki 3:16-28; 1Ki 22:1-40; Jer 1:1-2:13; Jer 7:1-15; Jer 15:10-21; Jer 31:31-37; Hos 1:1-3:5; Hos 11:1-9; Amo 5:1-27; Amo 7:1-8:3; Mal 3:1-24; Psa 1:1-6; Psa 13:1-6; Psa 19:1-15; Psa 24:1-10; Psa 33:1-22; Psa 48:1-15; Psa 89:39-53; Psa 110:1-7; Pro 8:22-36; Pro 10:1-22; Ecc 8:1-17
Perhaps I am missing something that is obvious, but what exactly is "Hebraisk"?
I have no idea how it got into BW6, but the predefined search limit "Hebraisk" consists of the texts that students here at The Norwegian Lutheran School of Theology (Menighetsfakultetet) until recently had to read for their course in Biblical Hebrew. "Hebraisk" is the Norwegian word for "Hebrew".
We of course made the search limit for our purposes here, but again, I have no idea how it got into BW6. We haven't even upgraded to v. 6 yet. You don't see a HE152 there, do you?
Assistant Professor, Hebrew/Old Testament
Det teologiske Menighetsfakultet/The Norwegian Lutheran School of Theology
Thanks for Clearing That Up
I don't see an HE152 as a search limit. Thanks for clearing up my confusion about "Hebraisk."
Originally Posted by wergeland