GREEK INTERLINEAR VERB PARSING AND ABBREVIATIONS
This shows how the verbs are parsed and abbreviated in Logos Apostolic Greek Interlinear Bible.
New Testament verbs are parsed in the following ways.
INDICATIVE = Person, Number, Tense, Voice, Mood.
V-1SAPI = Verb - 1st Person Singular Aorist Passive Indicative. 2 John 4.
V-1PRAI = Verb - 1st Person Plural Perfect Active Indicative. 1 John 1:10.
V-2PPMI = Verb – 2nd Person Plural Present Middle Indicative. James 4:3.
V-3PLAI = Verb - 3rd Person Plural Pluperfect Active Indicative. Revelation 7:11.
IMPERATIVE = Person, Number, Tense, Voice, Mood.
V-2PPAM = Verb - 2nd Person Plural Present Active Imperative. 2 John 8.
V-3SAAM = Verb - 3rd Person Singular Aorist Active Imperative. Revelation 13:18.
SUBJUNCTIVE = Person, Number, Tense, Voice, Mood.
V-1PPAS = Verb – 1st Person Plural Present Active Subjunctive. 1 John 1:6.
V-3SAAS = Verb - 3rd Person Singular Aorist Active Subjunctive. 1 John 5:16.
OPTATIVE = Person, Number, Tense, Voice, Mood.
V-3SADO = Verb - 3rd Person Singular Aorist Deponent Optative. Romans 6:1.
INFINITIVE = Tense, Voice, Mood.
V-PAN = Verb - Present Active Infinitive. 2 John 10.
V-APN = Verb - Aorist Passive Infinitive. Revelation 13:10.
V-PMN = Verb - Present Middle Infinitive. James 4:2.
PARTICIPLES = Case, Gender, Number, Tense, Voice, Mood.
V-AMP-PAP = Verb - Accusative Masculine Plural - Present Active Participle. 2 John 1:4
V-GNS-RPP = Verb - Genitive Neuter Singular - Perfect Passive Participle. Revelation 13:8
N - Nominative
V - Vocative
A - Accusative
G - Genitive
D - Dative
1 - 1st Person
2 - 2nd Person
3 - 3rd Person.
S - Singular
P - Plural
P - Present
I - Imperfect
F - Future
A - Aorist
R - Perfect
L - Pluperfect
A - Active
M - Middle
P - Passive
M/P - Middle or Passive
D - Middle or Passive
I - Indicative
M - Imperative
S - Subjunctive
O - Optative
N - Infinitive
P - Participle
M - Masculine
F - Feminine
N - Neuter
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