In the summer of 2015, the Groves Center began work on extending the Westminster Hebrew Morphology from a flat database with single interpretations of lemmas and parsings for words (and even the division of words into morphemes) to a richer and more powerful format, that of Extensible Mark-up Language or “XML”. XML will allow us to specify multiple alternatives in parsings and lemmas in cases where even the top experts in Biblical Hebrew are divided, and also possible emendations to the Biblical text (with resulting changes to morphological interpretation).  XML will also allow specialized annotations for particularly difficult words, explaining our choices and which reference works were relevant to our decision.