Pseudo-Philo: Rewriting the Bible

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General Concordance
This concordance does not list the number of times a word occurs in any one verse, so it will not give absolute numbers of occurrences. The concordance is complete except that most numbers, conjunctions, pronouns, particles, and prepositions are not listed, and some words, such as sum, Deus, and Dominus, are so frequent that they are omitted.Pseudo-Philo does not use classical Latin orthography, so many forms here do not appear precisely as they do in most Latin dictionaries. Harrington (OTP, 298) says, "Pseudo-Philo now exists in a Latin version whose idiom and style represent that vulgar Latin in which the Old Latin versions of the Bible were written." Forms in which words are found in dictionaries of classical Latin are often indicated in parentheses. Where alternate spellings exist within the Biblical Antiquities, they are usually indicated in parentheses by "also" plus the alternate spelling. Some words are latinized versions of Greek words. Words that are apparently from the Greek and are not contained in the Oxford Latin Dictionary ( Oxford: Clarendon, 1968-82) or in A Latin Dictionary ( Lewis and Short. Oxford: Clarendon, 1958) are often indicated by "Greek" in parentheses.Verse ranges indicate that the word appears in every verse in the range. For example, 1:1-5 means that the word is in 1:1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.
abeo, 6:18; 27:12; 34:2; 35:6; 36:1, 3; 40:4; 47:9; 51:7; 53:4, 6; 56:7; 58:2; 61:6; 62:2, 11; 63:2; 64:4, 9
abhominamentum, 11:6; 29:3; 44:7
abhomino (abomino), 11:7; 49:2; 53:9
abicio, 9:1; 49:3
abnego, 26:6; 44:10
abscido, 11:15; 12:7; 19:4; 40:7; 49:6
abscondo, 6:9, 18; 9:5, 12; 24:6; 25:9, 10; 35:1; 47:2; 53:12; 58:2, 4
absolutus, 27:11
absorbeo, 18:10; 26:4

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