Enter the passage you’re studying and instantly see the most discussed or debated original language terms. Then launch a bible word study to continue your research.
Cantilation marks guided Hebrew worshippers as they chanted the biblical text. For modern readers, they help identify major breaks in the text. Logos lets you quickly identify those marks and see how they influence the division of the text.
Greek Accents and Syllables
Now you can search the New Testament based on accent marks and their positions. Need to find everywhere a Greek word includes a circumflex accent? Find results in a single search.
Morph Query Builder
This grid-based query builder makes morphological searching easier than ever.
See all the alternate meanings of Greek, Hebrew, and English words, where they occur in Scripture, and how frequently they’re used.
Lemma in Passage
This section in the Exegetical and Bible Word Study Guides scours your library for every occurrence of the original-language lemma in the passage you want to investigate.
Search for original-language words by their lemma, morphological form, or surface form, and narrow your search according to your needs.
Link a Lexicon to the Bible
Jump from an English translation to Greek and Hebrew lexicons with one click.
Logos knows what words mean and how they’re used. Search the Bible by part or clause, and Logos brings back exactly what you’re looking for.
The Lexham Discourse Greek NT and Hebrew Grammar Datasets
Quickly identify and search the linguistic devices biblical authors used to effectively communicate their messages.
Lexham SGNT Syntactic Force
Search any interlinear version of the Bible for the syntactic force of a word
Greek Grammatical Constructions
Search the New Testament for verses and phrases including similar grammatical constructions in the Greek.
Bullinger's Figures of Speech
We've transformed this classic resource into a searchable dataset so you can find everywhere a biblical author uses any figure of speech.
Explore Scripture’s underlying meaning: discover where people, places, and things occur in a clause both grammatically and semantically.
Semantic Roles and Case Frames
Go beyond simple grammar. See the semantic role, or underlying relationship, a participant has with a verb, even if it’s not mentioned by name.
Restructure your lexicons into an easy-to-read outline, so you get the information you need fast.
Septuagint Apocrypha Syntax Search
A syntactic analysis of the entire Greek text of the LXX Deuterocanon and Apocrypha using The Old Testament in Greek edited by Henry Barclay Swete.
Bible Sense Lexicon
See how word meanings relate, and identify the contextual meanings of Greek and Hebrew words.
Hebrew Grammatical Constructions
Find every occurrence of particular grammatical constructions in the Hebrew Bible.
Learn to pronounce biblical Greek and Hebrew with helpful pronunciation sound clips.
This section of the Bible Word Study tool helps you better understand Greek and Hebrew by showing similar words that share the same root.
Septuagint Translation Ring
See how the Septuagint, the Bible Jesus used, translated biblical words.
Word by Word
See a word-by-word breakdown of every Bible passage in your Exegetical Guide, including its voice, case, mood, tense, senses, and alternative translations.
This section of the Bible Word Study tool includes an interactive graph showing all the places where your selected word is used with a preposition.
Search for specific original-language words without typing in Greek or Hebrew. No need to know the words’ linguistic forms—or even what they’re called.