Opentext.org: More Inconsistency

So there’s over 1600 instances of the negator οὐ in the Greek New Testament. In the majority of cases in Opentext.org, these are tagged as Adjunct –> Word Group –> Head Term –> Word –> οὐ.

But there are 13 instances in Opentext.org’s database where οὐ is as a Conjunction.

Why?

No clue.

4 thoughts on “Opentext.org: More Inconsistency

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  1. probably when used as ‘where’ in combination with de or something of the sort. same form different word (though technically derived from the same word).

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