I would like the ability to search for the cognates of a Hebrew tri-consonantal root or a Greek stem. Currently, one must manually look up all the cognates of a word and run multiple searches or construct a search with a wildcard.
See http://community.logos.com/forums/t/16050.aspx for more discussion and details.
Logos 5 adds root searching to morphological Bibles and reverse interlinears. http://www.logos.com/installation
As for Hebrew, there was an update on this on May 25 at http://community.logos.com/forums/p/15959/370444.aspx#370444. In short: analysis done, implementation likely not coming until L5.
I hope Logos does it. It would be very helpful.
Can't believe this isn't already an option!
Yes. Much needed.
Marty Brownfield commented
This would be a great addition.
Milford Charles Murray commented
Thank you for this opportunity to help guide future developments in Logos Bible Software
This is virtually a MUST HAVE.
Timothy D. Finlay commented
This is a great idea
MJ Smith commented
See http://community.logos.com/forums/p/32500/242645.aspx#242645 for an example of what we can't find - cognate direct objects
Nielsen Tomazini commented
This feature will indeed be very much helpful!!
James Bennett commented
It would be really nice to add Aramaic, Coptic, Latin, and Syriac to the list of languages since Logos supports those languages.