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Targums Tagged Aramaic

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The early Aramaic interpretations of the Hebrew Bible with full morphological tagging and glosses. Complete with Onkelos, Neofiti, Pseudo-Jonathan, Jonathan, the targums of the Writings, Geniza and other Targum fragments. See also Targums English (Translation and Notes).

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Targums Tagged Aramaic is included with the following packages:

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BW Crossover13-Adv 10 Add-on
$249.00
BW Crossover13-Adv 8-9 Add-on
$199.00
BW Crossover13-Basic 6-7
$299.00
Coll13-HebrewExpert
$1,999.00
Coll13-HebrewMaster1119
$3,999.00
Targums_Add-on
$249.00

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June 20, 2019  | 11:39 PM   |    Fantastic (5)
I have tagged targum modules in both BibleWorks and Accordance, but I find the latter to be superior because it has fuller morphological detail for verbs than BibleWorks does.

For example, the second word in Gen 1:1 in Targum Onkelos is ‎ בְרָא and BibleWorks only gives "verb peal" for the morphology. Accordance gives "Verb peal 3rd masculine singular." If someone is trying to learn the Aramaic of the targums, Accordance would strike me as superior.

As far as the definition gloss provided, BibleWorks provides a lot more content than Accordance, but with potential meanings for the word *in general* based on the CAL Lexicon, and not specific to the context at hand. In my opinion, that is nice information to have, but it would probably be found in the Hebrew / Aramaic lexicons in Accordance anyway, which can easily be accessed through "Live Click" or the "Research Tab," etc.

All that to say, I wrote this review to point out that with Accordance' targums modules, you will get superior ...
I have tagged targum modules in both BibleWorks and Accordance, but I find the latter to be superior because it has fuller morphological detail for verbs than BibleWorks does.

For example, the second word in Gen 1:1 in Targum Onkelos is ‎ בְרָא and BibleWorks only gives "verb peal" for the morphology. Accordance gives "Verb peal 3rd masculine singular." If someone is trying to learn the Aramaic of the targums, Accordance would strike me as superior.

As far as the definition gloss provided, BibleWorks provides a lot more content than Accordance, but with potential meanings for the word *in general* based on the CAL Lexicon, and not specific to the context at hand. In my opinion, that is nice information to have, but it would probably be found in the Hebrew / Aramaic lexicons in Accordance anyway, which can easily be accessed through "Live Click" or the "Research Tab," etc.

All that to say, I wrote this review to point out that with Accordance' targums modules, you will get superior morphological detail for verbs when compared to BibleWorks.