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These are the codes you see entered in the Find box when you type @ and select from the dropdown menu in a Morph Search. They also can be used to decode the morphology line in Interlinears. You need to know which morphology you are dealing with.

Here is a downloadable nicely formatted PDF version of all this info, except Logos Hebrew Morphology (thanks to Seth Hewitt for the formatting). Logos Hebrew Morphology PDF is linked from thread


Logos Greek Morphology
GRAMCORD Greek Morphology
Friberg Greek Morphology
Robinson Greek Morphology
Swanson Greek Morphology
Andersen-Forbes Hebrew Morphology
Westminster Hebrew Morphology
Werkgroep Informatica (WIVU) Hebrew Morphology
Logos Hebrew Morphology
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Morphology Identifiers that can be used in a Search


Logos Greek Morphology

Part of Speech

  • B – Adverb
  • C – Conjunction
  • D – Article
  • I – Interjection
  • J – Adjective
  • N – Noun
  • P – Preposition
  • R – Pronoun
  • T – Particle
  • V – Verb
  • X – Indeclinable

Adverb/Particle Type

  • C – Conditional
  • E – Emphatic
  • I – Interrogative
  • K – Correlative
  • N – Negative
  • P – Place
  • S – Superlative
  • X – Indefinite

Conjunction Subtype

  • AC – Adverbial Conditional
  • AD – Adverbial Declarative
  • AL – Adverbial Local
  • AM – Adverbial Comparative
  • AN – Adverbial Concessive
  • AP – Adverbial Purpose
  • AR – Adverbial Result
  • AT – Adverbial Temporal
  • AZ – Adverbial Causal
  • LA – Logical Ascensive
  • LC – Logical Contrastive
  • LD – Logical Disjunctive
  • LI – Logical Inferential
  • LK – Logical Correlative
  • LM – Logical Emphatic
  • LN – Logical Connective
  • LT – Logical Transitional
  • LX – Logical Explanatory
  • SC – Substantival Content
  • SE – Substantival Epexegetical

Case (for Articles, Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • A – Accusative
  • D – Dative
  • G – Genitive
  • N – Nominative
  • V – Vocative

Number (for Articles, Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • D – Dual
  • P – Plural
  • S – Singular

Gender (for Articles, Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • F – Feminine
  • M – Masculine
  • N – Neuter

Degree (for Adjectives and Nouns)

  • C – Comparative
  • O – Other
  • P – Positive
  • S – Superlative

Pronoun Type

  • C – Reciprocal
  • D – Demonstrative
  • F – Reflexive
  • I – Interrogative
  • K – Correlative
  • N – Negative
  • P – Personal
  • R – Relative
  • S – Possessive
  • X – Indefinite

Person (for Pronouns and Verbs)

  • 1 – First Person
  • 2 – Second Person
  • 3 – Third Person

Pronoun Subtype

  • A – Intenstive Attributive
  • P – Intensive Predicative

Verb Tense

  • A – Aorist
  • F – Future
  • I – Imperfect
  • L – Pluperfect
  • P – Present
  • R – Perfect
  • T – Future Perfect

Voice (for Verbs)

  • A – Active
  • M – Middle
  • P – Passive
  • U – Either Middle or Passive

Mood (for Verbs)

  • I – Indicative
  • M – Imperative
  • N – Infinitive
  • O – Optative
  • P – Participle
  • S – Subjunctive

GRAMCORD Greek Morphology

Part of Speech

  • A – Article
  • B – Adverb
  • C – Conjunction
  • F – Foreign Word
  • I – Interjection
  • J – Adjective
  • M – Improper Preposition
  • N – Noun
  • O – Pronoun
  • P – Preposition
  • S – Punctuation
  • T – Particle
  • V – Verb

Gender (for Articles, Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • F – Feminine
  • M – Masculine
  • N – Neuter

Number (for Articles, Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • D – Dual Number
  • P – Plural
  • S – Singular

Case (for Articles, Adjectives, Improper Prepositions, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • A – Accusative
  • D – Dative
  • G – Genitive
  • N – Nominative
  • V – Vocative

Degree (for Adverbs and Adjectives)

  • C – Comparative
  • S – Superlative
  • X – No Degree or a Positive Degree

Conjunction Subtype

  • CB – Coordinating Continuative
  • CC – Coordinating Correlative
  • CD – Coordinating Disjunctive
  • CG – Coordinating Interrogative
  • CJ – Coordinating Copulative
  • CQ – Coordinating Inferential
  • CV – Coordinating Adversative
  • CX – Coordinating Explanatory
  • PD – Pronoun Demonstrative
  • PP – Pronoun Personal
  • SC – Subordinating Causal
  • SE – Subordinating Conditional
  • SF – Subordinating Final (Purpose)
  • SG – Coordinating Interrogative
  • SL – Subordinating Locational
  • SN – Subordinating Nominal
  • SP – Subordinating Comparative
  • SR – Subordinating Result
  • SS – Subordinating Concessive
  • ST – Subordinating Temporal

Foreign Word Type

  • A – Aramaic
  • H – Hebrew

Pronoun Subtype

  • AD – Adjectival Demonstrative
  • AF – Adjectival Indefinite
  • AG – Adjectival Interrogative
  • AI – Adjectival Intensive
  • CR – Correlative
  • DE – Adjectival Demonstrative
  • IF – Adjectival Indefinite
  • IG – Adjectival Interrogative
  • IR – Indefinite Relative
  • P1 – Personal First Person
  • P2 – Personal Second Person
  • P3 – Personal Third Person
  • PI – Adjectival Intensive
  • RC – Reciprocal
  • RR – Relative
  • S1 – Possessive First Person
  • S2 – Possessive Second Person
  • X1 – Reflexive First Person
  • X2 – Reflexive Second Person
  • X3 – Reflexive Third Person

Punctuation Type

  • J – Major Stop
  • N – Minor Stop

Particle Class

  • A – Alternating
  • F – Indefinite
  • G – Interrogative
  • M – Emphatic
  • N – Negative
  • P – Comparative
  • S – Subjective
  • U – Modal [Uncertainty]

Person (for Verbs)

  • 1 – First Person
  • 2 – Second Person
  • 3 – Third Person

Verb Tense

  • A – Aorist
  • F – Future
  • I – Imperfect
  • L – Pluperfect
  • P – Present
  • R – Perfect

Voice

  • A – Active
  • M – Middle
  • P – Passive

Mood (for Verbs)

  • I – Indicative
  • M – Imperative
  • N – Infinitive
  • O – Optative
  • P – Participle
  • S – Subjunctive

Participle Number (for Verbs)

  • D – Dual Number
  • P – Plural
  • S – Singular

Friberg Greek Morphology

Part of Speech

  • A – Adjective
  • C – Conjunction
  • D – Determiner
  • N – Noun
  • P – Preposition
  • Q – Particle
  • V – Verb

Adjective Category

  • B – Adverb
  • P – Pronomial

Adjective Type

  • C – Cardinal
  • D – Demonstrative
  • I – Indefinite
  • M – Comparative
  • O – Ordinal
  • R – Relative
  • S – Superlative
  • T – Interrogative

Case (for Adjectives, Determiners, Nouns, Prepositions, and Verbs)

  • A – Accusative
  • D – Dative
  • G – Genitive
  • N – Nominative
  • V – Vocative

Gender (for Adjectives, Determiners, Nouns, and Verbs)

  • F – Feminine
  • M – Masculine
  • N – Neuter

Person (for Adjectives, Nouns, and Verbs)

  • 1 – 1st Person
  • 2 – 2nd Person
  • 3 – 3rd Person

Number (for Adjectives, Determiners, Nouns, and Verbs)

  • P – Plural
  • S – Singular

Conjunction Category

  • C – Coordinating
  • H – Superordinating (Hyperordinating)
  • S – Subordinating

Noun Subcat

  • P – Pronoun

Particle Category

  • N – Negative
  • S – Sentence
  • T – Interrogative
  • V – Verbal

Mood (for Verbs)

  • I – Indicative
  • M – Imperative
  • N – Infinitive
  • O – Optative
  • P – Participle
  • R – Participle (Imperative Sense)
  • S – Subjunctive

Tense (for Verbs)

  • A – Aorist
  • F – Future
  • I – Imperfect
  • L – Pluperfect
  • P – Present
  • R – Perfect

Voice (for verbs)

  • A – Active
  • D – Middle Deponent
  • E – Either Middle or Passive
  • M – Middle
  • N – Middle or Passive Deponent
  • O – Passive Deponent
  • P – Passive

Robinson Greek Morphology

Note: Logos 5 resources with Robinson Greek Morphology have been converted to Logos Greek Morphology

Part of Speech

  • A – Adjective
  • B – Adverb
  • C – Conjunction
  • I – Interjection
  • L – Particle
  • N – Noun
  • P – Preposition
  • Q – Conjunction or Conditional Particle
  • R – Pronoun
  • T – Definite Article
  • V – Verb
  • Z – Indeclinable

Case (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, Definite Articles, and Verbs)

  • A – Accusative
  • D – Dative
  • G – Genitive
  • N – Nominative
  • V – Vocative

Number (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, Definite Articles, and Verbs)

  • P – Plural
  • S – Singular

Gender (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, Definite Articles, and Verbs)

  • F – Feminine
  • M – Masculine
  • N – Neuter

Adj Type (for Adjectives, Adverbs, and Particles)

  • C – Comparative
  • I – Interrogative
  • N – Negative
  • S – Superlative

Conj Type (for Conjunction or Conditional Particle)

  • C – Contracted Form, or Two Words Merged by Crasis

Pronoun Type

  • C – Reciprocal
  • D – Demonstrative
  • F – Reflexive
  • I – Interrogative
  • K – Correlative
  • P – Personal
  • Q – Correlative or Interrogative
  • R – Relative
  • S – Possessive
  • X – Indefinite

Person (for Pronouns and Verbs)

  • 1 – First Person
  • 2 – Second Person
  • 3 – Third Person

Tense (for Verbs)

  • A – Aorist
  • A2 – Second Aorist
  • F – Future
  • F2 – Second Future
  • I – Imperfect
  • L – Pluperfect
  • L2 – Second Pluperfect
  • P – Present
  • R – Perfect
  • R2 – Second Perfect
  • V – Adverbial Imperative
  • X – No Voice Stated

Tense Type (for verbs); after Aorist, Future, Pluperfect, or Perfect

  • 2 – Second

Voice (for verbs)

  • A – Active
  • D – Middle Deponent
  • E – Either Middle or Passive
  • M – Middle
  • N – Middle or Passive Deponent
  • O – Passive Deponent
  • P – Passive
  • Q – Impersonal Active
  • X – No Voice Stated

Mood (for verbs)

  • I – Indicative
  • M – Imperative
  • N – Infinitive
  • O – Optative
  • P – Participle
  • R – Imperative-Sense Participle
  • S – Subjunctive

Indeclinable Type

  • A – Aramaic
  • H – Hebrew
  • L – Indeclinable Letter (Noun)
  • N – Indeclinable Numeral (Adjective)
  • O – Indeclinable Noun of Other Type
  • P – Indeclinable Proper Noun

Swanson Greek Morphology

Part of Speech

  • C – Conjunction
  • D – Adverb
  • E – Preposition
  • F – Foreign Word
  • I – Interjection
  • J – Adjective
  • M – Number/Word
  • N – Noun
  • O – Contraction
  • P – Pronoun
  • R – Definite Article
  • S – Substantive
  • T – Particle Verb
  • VF – Finite Verb
  • VI – Infinitive Verb
  • VP – Participle

Conjunction Type

  • D – Disjunctive
  • T – Temporal

Adverb Type

  • C – Comparative
  • I – Indefinite
  • P – Of Place
  • R – Relative
  • S – Superlative

Case (for Prepositions, Adjectives, Number/Words, Nouns, Pronouns, Definite Articles, Substantives, and Verb Participles)

  • A – Accusative
  • D – Dative
  • G – Genitive
  • N – Nominative
  • V – Vocative

Foreign Word Type

  • C – Conjunction
  • I – Interjection
  • N – Noun
  • V – Verb

Number (for Adjectives, Number/Words, Nouns, Pronouns, Definite Articles, Substantives, Verb Finites, and Verb Participles)

  • P – Plural
  • S – Singular

Gender (for Adjectives, Number/Words, Nouns, Pronouns, Definite Articles, Substantives, and Verb Participles)

  • F – Feminine
  • M – Masculine
  • N – Neuter

Comparator (for Adjectives)

  • C – Comparative
  • E – Elative
  • S – Superlative

Pronoun Type

  • D – Demonstrative
  • G – Interrogative
  • I – Indefinite
  • L – Reciprocal
  • P – Personal
  • R – Relative
  • X – Reflexive

Particle Type

  • C – Conditional
  • E – Enclitic

Tense (for Verb Finite, Verb Infinitive, and Verb Participle)

  • 2 – Second Aorist
  • A – Aorist
  • F – Future
  • I – Imperfect
  • L – Pluperfect
  • P – Present
  • R – Perfect

Mood (for Verb Finite)

  • I – Indicative
  • O – Optative
  • S – Subjunctive
  • V – Imperative

Voice (for Verb Finite, Verb Infinitive, and Verb Participle)

  • A – Active
  • D – Deponent
  • N – Middle
  • P – Passive

Impersonal (for Verb Finite)

  • I – Impersonal

Andersen-Forbes Hebrew Morphology

Parts of Speech

  • A – Adverbial
  • C – Conjunction
  • N – Noun
  • P – Preposition
  • R – Pronoun
  • V – Verb
  • X – Miscellany

Adverbial Family

  • a – “Together” (יחדו)
  • b – “Afterwards” (אחר)
  • c – “Above” (מעל)
  • d – “Eagerly” (אספרנא)
  • e – “Suddenly” (פתאם)
  • E – Emphatic
  • f – “Farther” (הלאה)
  • g – “Then” (אז or אדין)
  • h – “Here” (הנה)
  • i – “Inadvertently” (הצדא)
  • I – Interrogative
  • j – “Thither” (שמה)
  • k – “Back” (אחור)
  • K – [Question] (אם)
  • l – “Positively” (אפתם)
  • m – “Thus” (כה or כן)
  • M – Modal
  • n – “Now” (עתה)
  • N – Negative
  • o – “Then” (אפוא)
  • O – Restrictive (אך)
  • p – “Certainly” (לא)
  • q – “Quickly” (חיש)
  • Q – Quasiverbal
  • r – “Already” (כבר)
  • R – Restrictive (רק)
  • s – “Still” (עוד)
  • t – “There” (שם)
  • T – “Now” (טרם)
  • u – “Upwards” (מעלה)
  • v – “Very” (מאד)
  • w – “Underneath” (מטה or תחת)
  • x – “Apart” (לבד)
  • y – “Yet” (עדן)
  • Y – “Not Yet” (טרם)
  • z – “Again” (עוד)

Adverbial Subclass

  • a – “Yes or No?” (ה)
  • b – “Who?” (מי)
  • B – “Behold!” (הנה)
  • c – “What?” (מה)
  • d – “How?” (איך)
  • D – “Do Not” (אל)
  • e – “When?” (מתי)
  • E – “Exists” (יש)
  • f – “Where?” (אנה)
  • g – “Whence?” (מאין)
  • G – Negation (בלי)
  • h – “Why?” (מדוע)
  • i – “Where?” (איה)
  • n – “Not Exists” (|אי)
  • N – “Not” (לא)
  • S – “Still” (עוד)
  • T – Temporal

Conjunction Subclass

  • a – “Also” (אף)
  • A – Adverbial
  • b – “But Indeed” (אולם)
  • c – Sequential (ו)
  • C – Coordinating (ו)
  • G – “Also” (גם)
  • I – “If” (אם)
  • K – כי
  • O – “Or” (או)
  • R – Nominalizer
  • T – Temporal
  • X – Other

Conjunction Sub Subclass

  • A – Concessive (“although”)
  • B – “because”
  • E – Adversative (“but”)
  • I – “if”
  • S – Asseverative (“surely”)
  • T – “that”
  • W – “when”

Noun Subclass

  • C – Common
  • P – Proper

Noun Family

  • A – “All”
  • c – Common
  • C – City
  • D – Divine
  • E – Ethnic
  • G – Other Geographic
  • H – Human
  • J – Adjective
  • L – Land
  • M – Mountain
  • N – Numeral
  • O – Ordinal
  • R – River

Number (for Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • C – Collective
  • d – Distributive
  • D – Dual
  • P – Plural
  • S – Singular

Gender (for Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • C – Common
  • F – Feminine
  • M – Masculine

State (for Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • c – Discontinuous Construct
  • C – Construct
  • D – Determined
  • N – Normal
  • P – Pausal
  • S – Suffixed

Definiteness (for Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • h – Definite Without ה
  • H – Definite With ה
  • I – Indefinite

Derivational Suffix (for Nouns)

  • A – Adverb Derived
  • H – Locative ה

Preposition Subclass

  • a – “Above” (Aram.עלא)
  • A – Object Marker
  • b – “Between” (בין)
  • B – “In” (ב)
  • d – “Of” (Aram.די)
  • D – “Until” (עד)
  • e – “Except” (בלת)
  • E – “Except” (לבד)
  • f – “For” (למען)
  • F – “After” (אחר)
  • h – “Without” (בלעד)
  • H – “Through” (בעד)
  • K – “Like” (כ)
  • l – “At” (Aram. לות)
  • L – “To” (ל)
  • M – “From” (מן)
  • N – “Near” (אצל)
  • O – “On Account of” (בגלל)
  • q – “Before” (Aram. קדם)
  • Q – “Before” (Aram.קבל)
  • S – “For sake of” (בעבר)
  • t – “Under” (תחת)
  • T – “Inside” (תוך)
  • u – “Upon” (על)
  • U – “Unto” (אל)
  • w – “With” (עם)
  • W – “With” (את)
  • X – Other
  • Y – “Because” (יען)
  • Z – “Except” (זולת)

Pronoun Subclass

  • B – Suffixed
  • D – Demonstrative
  • F – Personal

Person (for Pronouns and Verbs)

  • 1 – First Person
  • 2 – Second Person
  • 3 – Third Person

Verb Stem

  • A – Afal
  • h – Hifil
  • H – Hofal
  • I – Itpael
  • n – Nifal
  • p – Piel
  • P – Pual
  • q – Qal
  • Q – Qal Passive
  • S – Safal
  • t – Hitpael
  • T – Tafal

Voice (for Verbs)

  • A – Active
  • M – Middle
  • P – Passive
  • T – Reflexive

Verb Family

  • a – Infinitive Absolute
  • c – Cohortative Sequential
  • C – Cohortative
  • f – Suffixed (Perfect) Sequential
  • i – Insistent Imperative
  • I – Imperative
  • J – Jussive
  • m – Prefixed (Imperfect) Sequential
  • M – Prefixed (Imperfect)
  • n – Noun-Verb/noun Participle
  • p – Noun-Verb Participle
  • P – Preterite
  • s – Suffixed (Perfect)
  • t – Pure Noun Participle
  • T – Infinitive Construct
  • v – Pure Verb Participle

Miscellany Subclass

  • D – Definite Article
  • E – Exclamation
  • K – Qetiv Welo Qere
  • L – Lapsus Calami
  • N – Nominalizer
  • Q – Qere Welo Qetiv

Westminster Hebrew Morphology

Part of Speech

  • a – Adjective
  • E – Ending
  • I – Imperfect Ending
  • n – Noun
  • p – Pronoun
  • P – Particle
  • S – Suffix
  • v – Verb
  • V – Perfect Ending
  • x – Paragraph Marker or Nun

Person (for Pronouns and Verbs)

  • 1 – First Person
  • 2 – Second Person
  • 3 – Third Person
  • i – Interrogative

Gender (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • b – Feminine and Masculine
  • c – Common
  • f – Feminine
  • m – Masculine

Number (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • d – Dual Number
  • p – Plural
  • s – Singular

State (for Adjectives, Nouns, and Verbs)

  • a – Absolute
  • c – Construct
  • d – Determined

Pronominal Suffix Person (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, Particles, and Verbs; follows +S and is combined in brackets, e.g. +S[12])

  • +S1 – First Person
  • +S2 – Second Person
  • +S3 – Third Person
  • +Si – Interrogative

Pronominal Suffix Gender (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, Particles, and Verbs; follows pronominal suffix person, e.g. +S1b)

  • b – Feminine and Masculine
  • c – Common
  • f – Feminine
  • m – Masculine

Pronominal Suffix Number (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, Particles, and Verbs; follows pronominal suffix person and gender, e.g. +S1fp)

  • d – Dual Number
  • p – Plural
  • s – Singular

Ending Type (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, Particles, and Verbs; follows +S???E)

  • a – Apocopated
  • d – Directional Heh
  • h – Paragogic Heh
  • n – Paragogic Nun

Imperfect Type (for Imperfect Endings follows +; for Verbs follows I)

  • C – Cohortative
  • J – Jussive

Imperfect Form (for Imperfect Endings follows +; for Verbs follows I; follows imperfect type, e.g., +Cf or IJm)

  • f – In Form Only
  • m – In Meaning Only
  • t – In Form and Meaning

Noun Type

  • c – Common
  • g – Gentilic Noun
  • p – Proper Name

Particle Class

  • a – Article
  • b – Inseparable Preposition With Article
  • c – Conjunction
  • d – Adverb
  • g – Interrogative
  • i – Interjection
  • n – Negative
  • o – Direct Object
  • p – Preposition
  • r – Relative

Verb Stem

  • a – Palel
  • b – Pealal
  • c – Pilel
  • d – Pilpel
  • e – Polel
  • f – Polal
  • g – Polpal
  • h – Hiphil
  • H – Hophal
  • i – Pulal
  • k – Poel
  • l – Poal
  • m – Tiftl
  • n – Niphal
  • p – Piel
  • P – Pual
  • q – Qal
  • Q – Truly Qal Passive
  • s – Hishtafel
  • t – Hithpael
  • u – Hotpaal
  • v – Hitpolel
  • w – Hitpalpel
  • x – Nitpael

Verb Aspect

  • a – Infinitive Absolute
  • c – Infinitive Construct
  • i – Imperfect
  • p – Perfect
  • P – Participle
  • s – Passive Participle
  • v – Imperative
  • w – Imperfect Waw Consecutive

Consecutive Type (for Perfect Ending follows +; for Verbs follows V)

  • v – Consecutive

Werkgroep Informatica (WIVU) Hebrew Morphology

Part of Speech

  • A – Article
  • C – Conjunction
  • D – Adverb
  • G – Negation
  • I – Interrogative
  • J – Adjective
  • N – Noun
  • P – Preposition
  • R – Pronoun
  • V – Verb
  • X – Interjection

Conjunction Type

  • R – Relative

Gender (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • F – Feminine
  • M – Masculine

Number (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • D – Dual
  • P – Plural
  • S – Singular

State (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • A – Absolute
  • C – Construct
  • D – Determined

Noun Type

  • C – Common
  • P – Proper

Preposition Type

  • O – Object Marker

Pronoun Type

  • D – Demonstrative
  • I – Interrogative
  • P – Personal
  • S – Suffixed

Person (for Pronouns and Verbs)

  • 1 – First Person
  • 2 – Second Person
  • 3 – Third Person

Verb Stem

  • a – Qal
  • b – Pi”el
  • c – Hif’il
  • d – Nif’al
  • e – Pu”al
  • f – Hafel
  • g – Hitpa”el
  • h – Hitpe”el
  • i – Hof’al
  • k – Hishtaf’al
  • l – Hotpa”al
  • m – Nitpa”el
  • n – Etpa”al
  • o – Tif’al
  • p – Afel
  • q – Shaf’el
  • r – Pe’al
  • s – Pa”el
  • t – Pe’il
  • u – Hitpa”al
  • v – Etpe’el

Verb Tense

  • F – Infinitive
  • I – Imperfect
  • M – Imperative
  • P – Perfect
  • R – Participle
  • S – Passive Parti
  • w – Weyiqtol
  • W – Wayyiqtol

Verb Mood

  • C – Cohortative
  • J – Jussive

Logos Hebrew Morphology

Part of Speech

  • A – Article
  • C – Conjunction
  • D – Adverb
  • G – Negation
  • I – Interrogative
  • J – Adjective
  • N – Noun
  • P – Preposition
  • R – Pronoun
  • V – Verb
  • X – Interjection

Conjunction Type

  • R – Relative

Gender (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • F – Feminine
  • M – Masculine

Number (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • D – Dual
  • P – Plural
  • S – Singular

State (for Adjectives, Nouns, Pronouns, and Verbs)

  • A – Absolute
  • C – Construct
  • D – Determined

Noun Type

  • C – Common
  • P – Proper

Preposition Type

  • O – Object Marker

Pronoun Type

  • D – Demonstrative
  • I – Interrogative
  • P – Personal
  • S – Suffixed

Person (for Pronouns and Verbs)

  • 1 – First Person
  • 2 – Second Person
  • 3 – Third Person

Verb Stem

  • a – Qal
  • b – Pi“ēl
  • c – Hif‘il
  • d – Nif‘al
  • e – Pu“al
  • g – Hiṯpa“ēl
  • i – Hof‘al
  • l – Hoṯpa“al
  • m – Niṯpa“ēl
  • n – ’Eṯpa“al
  • o – Tif‘al
  • w – Pu‘lal
  • x – Pôlēl
  • y – Pi‘lēl
  • z – Pilpēl
  • A – Pôlal
  • B – Hiṯpôlēl
  • C – Pô‘ēl
  • D – Hiṯpôlal
  • E – Hiṯpalpēl
  • F – Pô‘al
  • G – Pᵊ‘al‘al
  • H – Eštaf‘el
  • I – Pᵒ‘al‘al
  • K – Pu‘alal
  • L – Polpal
  • N – Pi‘lal
  • O – Hiṯpā‘ēl
  • P – Hoṯpā‘ēl
  • Q – Palpēl
  • R – Pa‘lal
  • S – Hiṯpilpēl
  • T – Hiṯpô‘ēl
  • U – ’Eṯpô‘ēl
  • Z – Qal Passive

Verb Tense

  • P – Qatal (Perfect)
  • p – Weqatal (Waw + Perfect)
  • l – Yiqtol (Imperfect)
  • W – Wayyiqtol (Waw-Consecutive + Imperfect)
  • w – Weyiqtol (Waw-Conjunctive + Imperfect)
  • M – Imperative
  • F – Infinitive
  • R – Participle
  • S – Passive Participle

Verb Mood

  • C – Cohortative
  • J – Jussive

General

  • ^ – Not (for multi-selectable options). Usage: enclosed in square brackets, e.g. [^3]
  • ? – Any


Outside of Morph Search there is a need to identify the morphology (and language) in the search term:

  • af: Andersen-Forbes Morphology (Hebrew/Aramaic)
  • fe: Friberg Greek Morphology
  • lbs: Logos Morphology (Greek and Hebrew/Aramaic)
  • lls: GRAMCORD Greek Morphology & Westminster Hebrew Morphology
  • js: Swanson Greek Morphology
  • mr: Robinson Greek Morphology (deprecated)
  • wivu: WIVU Morphology (Hebrew/Aramaic)

  • el : Greek
  • he : Hebrew

Examples of using these identifiers

<lemma = lbs/el/δικαιόω>, <lemma = fe/el/δικαιόω>, <lemma = mr/el/δικαιόω>, <lemma = js/el/δικαιόω>
<Lemma = af/he/יהוה>, <Lemma = wivu/he/יוֹם>, <Lemma = lls/he/כֹּהֵן>



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