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Search fields are the fields that can be searched by using a fieldname:searchitem syntax. For instance, heading:compassion will search for titles and headings that have the word “compassion” in them. The Resource fields below come from the official Logos list of fields and should therefore be complete. Of course, not all fields are available on every resource, and most resources just support the surface and footnote fields. You can check which fields are supported for a particular resource by looking in the resource’s Information panel.

Resource fields

abbreviated Morphology specifies use of an abbreviated form (used only with various numerals).
abbrevpop The text of the pop-up indicator for an abbreviation, and the text of the abbreviation pop-up itself.
add Text denoted by a symbol indicating insertions.
addmean Additional phases of meaning included in the original word, phrase, or clause of the original language.
addtext Either: familiar passages not adequately supported by the original manuscripts or words not appearing in the original language added to connect meaning for English readers.
aeolic Morphology specifies use of the Aeolic dialect.
ambiguous Ambiguous morphological form of a word. Ambiguous form implies no preferred form for the current word.
apocopated Morphology specifies use of an apocopated form.
apparatus Entries from the textual apparatus and the segmentation apparatus.
appindic The text of an apparatus indicator, and the apparatus note itself if that note is a pop-up.
artauthor The author of an article or review, rather than the author of a work under review.
attic Morpholgy specifies use of the Attic dialect.
author Authors cited or discussed.
base Stem Form.
bhsform The text of the Hebrew Bible as written in the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia (when it differs from the text to be read).
bible The actual text of the Bible verses, without introductions, headings, etc.
bull Text denoted by a symbol indicating orthographic (spelling) variants.
chufat Church Fathers.
citation Citation.
city A city name.
class Libronix DLS Object Class.
clrfywrds Justified clarifying words or comments not actually expressed in the immediate original text, as well as definitions of Hebrew and Greek names.
code-example Examples of program code, typically occurring in documentation resources.
collection Collection Title.
colon Text indicating variant punctuation.
color Liturgical color.
comment Descriptions and comments concerning the translated manuscript or inscription.
content The text of the original content of this resource, without headings, translators’ notes, etc.
contributor A contributor to a song, such as the lyricist or composer.
copyright Copyright information for an image or media element.
crasis Morphological form when two words merge together to form a crasis or conjunction.
credit Credit information for an image or media element.
crossref The text of the pop-up indicator for a cross-reference, and the text of the reference itself.
date A calendar date.
dateofpub Date Published.
day The title of a day, such as a Sunday or feast day, in a liturgical calendar.
description The description of an object, usually an image or media element.
dewey Dewey Decimal Number.
disputed-passage Text that is disputed, especially concerning its authenticity or its inclusionin a particular corpus.
dynasty The dynasty in which the manuscript or inscription was composed.
earlyver Early Versions.
editions Editions.
editor Editor.
emend The word or words are a textual emendation.
etymology Descriptions of the linguistic history and development of a particular word or phrase.
event Libronix DLS Object Event.
extdef Extended definition of a given lemma.
fath Church Fathers.
footnote Text that appears in a footnote.
form Manuscript form of an interlinear word.
formeq A formal equivalent or gloss of a given lemma.
generalnote The text of the pop-up indicator for a note, and the text of the note itself.
gloss In a dictionary of lexicon, a brief explanation or definition of a word or phrase.
heading The text of book, chapter and pericope headings.
headtitle The text of a book, chapter and pericope headings.
id The id of a song in a collection.
inflected Inflected Form.
inv In Volume.
irregular Morphology specifies use of an irregular form.
isbn ISBN Number.
issn ISSN Number.
ketiv The text of the Hebrew Bible that is written when it differs from the text to be read.
language Language.
largetext Allows search of headings and such.
later-addition Text that is considered to be a later addition to earlier manuscripts.
latin Latin Manuscript.
lect Lectionary Manuscript.
lectionaries Lectionaries.
lemma Text that appears in its dictionary form.
lexeme Lexical Form.
lexval Translation of a lexical form of a word.
literal Literal translation of an ancient language word or phrase.
livre Publication Title.
livretype Publication Type.
lmanu Latin Manuscript.
location The location of the manuscript or inscription.
lxx Text of the Septuagint Greek Old Testament.
lyrics The lyrics of a song.
mainline The reading selected by the editors as the main line in places where variant readings exist.
method Libronix DLS Object Method.
middle-significance Morphology specifies use of a form with middle significance.
mini Miniscule Manuscript.
miniscules Miniscules.
modernized Modernized spellings of the original text.
modlang Modern language translation of the Greek New Testament cited in Discourse Segmentation Apparatus.
morphcode Morphological code derived from the SEDRA 3 database.
mscule Miniscule Manuscript.
mt Masoretic Text of the Hebrew Old Testament.
negapp Apparatus entries with readings that vary from the text proper.
nothing Text that is purely informational and does not contain an apparatus indicator as such.
omit Text denoted by symbols indicating omissions, either single words or groups of words.
original John Knox’s original text, as spelled in 18th century Scottish.
ot-quote Text from the Old Testament Bible quoted in the New Testament.
pages Pages.
papy Papyrus Manuscript.
paralleltitle Parallel Title.
param Libronix DLS Object Parameter.
part-of-speech Grammatical part of speech designation for a dictionary of lexicon headword.
particle-attached Morphology specifies use of a form with a particle attached (with relative pronoun).
periodical Periodical Title.
pernote Text that appears in a Pericope Note.
pmt The primary morphological tag for a given word.
possapp Apparatus entries that support the reading found in the text proper.
primary-reading Tischendorf’s Primary Reading.
pronunciation Text which details the exact phonetic pronunciation of a particular word or phrase.
property Libronix DLS Object Property.
prosody Prosodial remarks.
qere The text of the Hebrew Bible that is to be read when it differs from the text that was written.
ran Text denoted by symbols indicating replacements, either single words or groups of words.
rauthor The author of a review, rather than the author of the work under review.
reading A Scripture reading in a lectionary.
reconst Theoretical reconstruction of the Hebrew source document for the Septuagint Greek Old Testament.
reflex Inflected form of a given word, associated with its lemma for lookup purposes.
region A country or tribal area or some other generic geographic region.
review The title of the work under review.
root The root form.
rtitle The title of the work under review.
season A liturgical season, such as Advent or Easter.
standards Text that should be interpreted as a standard to be followed, e.g. a markup standard or a visual standard.
subtitle Subtitle.
supp The word or words are supplied for sake of clearness.
surface Text that is visible using default view settings; in interlinears, the top line using default view settings.
tag Tags for an image or media element.
title The title of an object, usually an image or media element.
topic Topics.
topiclevel Topic level.
totalpages Total Number of Pages.
trans Text denoted by symbols indicating transpositions.
transeq Suggested translation equivalent of a Greek quotation.
transitive Morphology specifies use of a transitive form.
translation Listings of how an ancient language word is translated in other documents.
transnote The text of the pop-up indicator for a translator’s note, and the text of the note itself.
tune The tune of a song.
txt The list of witnesses supporting the text of this edition. It always occurs as the last member of a group of readings or variation unit.
uncial Uncial Manuscript.
uncials Uncials.
used-as Instances where a morphological form is being used for a different function than the actual form; eg., Nominative “used as” Vocative.
variant Variant morphological form of a word.
varline A variant reading.
varunit A unit that is treated as a variation unit within the apparatus.
ver Early Versions.
versions Version.
words-of-christ Text considered to be the Words of Christ, traditionally the “red-letter” text.
xrefs Cross References.
year Lectionary Year.

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