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    Hi,

    I'm looking at a single-entry form of
    5487 χαριτόω,
    κεχαριτωμένη (Luke 1:28 BYZ)

    The stuff in blue is where my question lies.
    5487 χαριτόω
    Meaning: 1) to make graceful 1a)
    charming, lovely, agreeable
    2) to peruse with grace, compass with favour
    3) to honour with blessings
    Origin: from 5485; TDNT - 9:372,1298; v
    Usage: AV - be highly favoured 1, make accepted 1; 2


    5772 Tense - Perfect (See 5778)
    Voice - Passive (See 5786)
    Mood - Participle (See 5796)



    When I check either my copy of The New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible or BibleWorks itself I find no entries above 5624. Thus the Strong's reference numbers 5772, 5778, 5786, and 5796 are meaningless to me.

    Would anyone explain where I could have found the explanation for this in BibleWorks Help Section?

    Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isaiah 14:3-5 View Post
    The Strong's reference numbers 5772, 5778, 5786, and 5796 are meaningless to me.

    Would anyone explain where I could have found the explanation for this in BibleWorks Help Section?
    I could not find it in the BW help either.

    Numbers above 5624 in the New Testament give 'part of speech' information. They are included in the KJV, NKJ, and RWB but are not in the CSB or NAU.

    The Old Testament has a similar set of numbers that are all greater than the set used for meaning.

    The larger Strong's Numbers give information similar to the information in the BYM and BGM which is in English characters.

    I used to have a chart that gave the definition for each of them but could not find it this morning.

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