Analytical Lexicon of the Greek New Testament ペーパーバック – 2001/10/1
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A complete lexicon with meanings and definitions, yet without technical discussions found in larger lexicons. ANLEX provides users with a grammatical analysis of all the unique words found in the Greek text.
Timothy Friberg and Barbara Friberg are field linguists and teachers of graduate linguistics working in Southeast Asia. Barbara Friberg earned an M.A. in linguistics at the University of Saigon and an M.S. in computer science at the University of Minnesota. Timothy holds a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. Neva F. Miller taught at Vennard College for many years. After her retirement, she served in several counties as a Greek consultant for Wycliffe Bible Translators until her death in 1997.
Secondly, the definitions are extensive and always show the variety and shades of meaning that each word can take. The origin and structure of each word is also explained. This book is an essential tool for anyone wanting to study or read the original text of the New Testament.
Friberg's lexicon is very accurate, though his parsing code takes a bit to catch onto. I also have Mounce's analytical, which is easier to use but can be tricky because Mounce parses all deponent verbs as either passive or middle (which can truly mess up your translations!). Friberg makes the distinction if a verb is deponent, and is the FIRST source I go to if I can't parse a verb confidently.
Friberg's analyt has to be the most reliable one out there.