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    Default Vulgata tagged with Latin Lexicons

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    Genesis
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    MENU Vulgata tagged
    DESCRIPTION <b>Latin Vulgate, <i>tagged with a Latin Lexicon

    VERSION vcl-92 (supporting text) Textum Clementinum ex editione anni 1592 Lectiones variantes (Vulgatae editionis 1593,1598 et Correctoria Romana 1592, 1593 et 1598) formatted in end notes)

    Version tagged VUL

    Latin lexicons in Public Domain:
    Charlton T. Lewis; Charles Short - A Latin Dictionary, 1879
    Harden, J. M. - Dictionary of the Vulgate New Testament, 1921

    Works in progress:
    02.08.2016:

    Link:
    Vulgata (VUL) (only Genesis tagged with Lexicons):
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/1d...l-92_tagged.7z

    VCL-92 (supporting text) bible text from Genesis to Revelation + Genesis (VUL) tagged with Lexicons):
    http://www.mediafire.com/download/a1...vcl-92_full.7z
    Last edited by pasquale; 08-02-2016 at 12:16 PM.

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    Thank you once again, Pasquale!

    Just a reminder to others: You need to unzip the files into your /databases subdirectory. (You many need to use the free 7-Zip to unzip them.)
    This resource is a bit different than simply a tagged text. Note that you need to open the Vs1 (or Vs2) tab and then choose the "Latin Vulgate, Tagged with a Latin Lexicon from the dropdown. For now, only Genesis is available. You can click on the analyzed root in the Vs tab, and it will bring you to definitions from Lewis/Short and Harden. Use the back button (at top right of Vs tab) to get back to the full verse display.

    Very nice work, Pasquale!
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
    Glatfelter Professor of Biblical Studies
    United Lutheran Seminary at Gettysburg & Philadelphia
    uls.edu - CrossMarks.com
    Biblical Studies and Technological Tools

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    Name:  VulTagged.JPG
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Size:  211.3 KBJerome's A.D. 405 Biblia Sacra Vulgata Latina

    Morphologically tagged by Pasquale Amicarelli
    BibleWorks electronic edition 2018

    This module contains lemmas and grammatical tag for every words of the Latin Vulgate based upon Jerome's A.D. 405 Biblia Sacra Vulgata Latina (latin Vulgate - Public Domain).

    in VS1 TAB

    Link to download
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/qabxn4...agged.zip/file

    Extract all files in your BibleWorks database directory; unblock the chm.


    PS: When you expand the chm from BibleWorks click on Home and the chm works with frames (see images at the top).
    Last edited by pasquale; 07-20-2018 at 02:15 PM.

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    You continue to amaze, Pasquale! That is excellent! Very nice having four Latin lexicons available. The frames feature works well.
    Thank you! Grazie!
    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
    Glatfelter Professor of Biblical Studies
    United Lutheran Seminary at Gettysburg & Philadelphia
    uls.edu - CrossMarks.com
    Biblical Studies and Technological Tools

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    Hmm, myWord that I'm using lags a tagged concordance *Or whatever it is called* Jerome vulgate - I did find a page that was free with an english translation of it here: http://vulgate.org/ but it would be nice with a tagged version in myWord.

    Is your version free in any way? Maybe some Tech nerds on myWord could easily cross it over for myWord if that is the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkiYahu View Post
    Hmm, myWord that I'm using lags a tagged concordance *Or whatever it is called* Jerome vulgate - I did find a page that was free with an english translation of it here: http://vulgate.org/ but it would be nice with a tagged version in myWord.

    Is your version free in any way? Maybe some Tech nerds on myWord could easily cross it over for myWord if that is the case.
    Perhaps did you mean mySword or theWord?

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    Default http://www.theword.net/

    I mean theWord as it is portable and you can search multiple bibles and I have it running in Linux as well, with some minor issues but it works

    It has 2 Latin version I think it is, but only with Latin an no help for the words.

    http://www.theword.net/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkiYahu View Post
    Hmm, myWord that I'm using lags a tagged concordance *Or whatever it is called* Jerome vulgate - I did find a page that was free with an english translation of it here: http://vulgate.org/ but it would be nice with a tagged version in myWord.

    Is your version free in any way? Maybe some Tech nerds on myWord could easily cross it over for myWord if that is the case.
    Morphological tags are not in the public domain. They are the result of my personal work.
    They are not "free".
    They can not be used in other software without my permission.

    Pasquale Amicarelli

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