Englishman’s Concordance



Libronix (Logos 3) had a feature to generate an Englishman’s Concordance which would display all the particular ways a particular Greek or Hebrew word was translated. Logos can achieve the same effect by using the Aligned Search view in either a Bible or Morph Search.

Whilst using Strong’s numbers will be slightly simpler for those without a knowledge of Biblical languages, taking the time to learn how to identify and use lemmas will allow for more powerful search applications in Logos.

Using Strong’s Numbers

  1. Identify the Strong’s number of the word. You can find it most easily in the right click menu of a reverse-interlinear Bible e.g. ESV.
  2. Open a Bible search, specify the version you want to search (it must be tagged with Strong’s numbers).
  3. Search for the Strong’s Number e.g. <G5046>
  4. Select the Aligned view.



Using Lemmas

  1. Identify the lemma of the word. You can find the lemma most easily in the right click menu of a reverse-interlinear Bible.
  2. Search for the lemma. For help on this see Morphological Search.
  3. Select the Aligned view.



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