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    VULGATA SEARCH ENGINE rev_7

    Updated: now search also "auxiliary" and "Periphrastic Active and Passives (+ deponent) coniugation"

    Link to download:

    http://www.mediafire.com/file/qwg8bx...gine_rev_7.zip

    This Excel application allows grammatical search in Latin Vulgate Bible.

    Selecting many verses it could work slowly.

    1 ) All words present in Latin Vulgate Bible have grammatical tag taken from: LemLat (http://www.ilc.cnr.it/lemlat/lemlat/index.html), Perseus Latin Word Study Tool (http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/morphindex?), Latin Wiktionay (https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/) .
    I made the final choice.

    2) Almost every Latin word have Dictionary definitions taken from: Charlton T. Lewis - An Elementary Latin Dictionary 1890, Whitaker’s Words, Dictionary of the Vulgate New Testament- Harden, J. M., 1921.

    You can make various investigations:
    1) Select “From verse”….”To verse” …. Optionally you can Select Show Dictionary S (Yes) (No is the default);
    2) Search simple Latin Word, optionally you can Select Show Dictionary S (Yes) ;
    3) Search simple Latin Lemma, optionally you can Select Show Dictionary S (Yes);
    4)
    Simple search on a single Part of Speech: PoS, combined with Type, Type2 (or SubType), Voice, Mood, Tense, gender, Number, Case, person, +Case, with frequency, optionally you can Select Show Dictionary S (Yes);
    5)
    Complex search on PoS: Noun, Conjunction pronoun, verb… (Multi selection), with frequency, optionally you can Select Show Dictionary S (Yes);
    6) Search Part of Speech text position (only PoS), with frequency, optionally you can Select Show Dictionary S (Yes).

    29/08/2016 - Rev 2

    02-09-2016 rev_3

    11-05-2017 rev_7
    Updated: now search also "auxiliary" and "Periphrastic Active and Passives (+ deponent) coniugation"

    Link to download rev_7:


    http://www.mediafire.com/file/qwg8bx...gine_rev_7.zip


    Pasquale
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    11-06-2017 rev_7

    Updated: now search also "auxiliary" and "Periphrastic Active and Passives (+ deponent) coniugation"

    Link to download rev_7:


    http://www.mediafire.com/file/qwg8bx...gine_rev_7.zip

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    So such engine exist? I haven't heard about it.

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    Hi,
    Is anyone still using VulgateSearchEngine? I'm interested in the macOS version. I'm using a LatinLexicon word study tool https://paperwriter.one/ editor online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by konstantinakos View Post
    Hi,
    Is anyone still using VulgateSearchEngine? I'm interested in the macOS version. I'm using a LatinLexicon word study tool https://paperwriter.one/ editor online.
    It works with Excel MacOS version.

    Working with macros in Excel on your Mac may not be enabled by default. This setting is because macros can be a possible malware vector.

    Click on Excel in the menu bar, and then select Preferences in the dropdown. In the menu, click on Ribbon & Toolbar. In the right-hand list, Developer should be at the bottom, click the checkbox. Finally, click Save and you should see the Developer tab show up at the end of the Ribbon.

    Pasquale

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