The Latin concordance uses the same syntax as the word search but presents the results in a concise table sorted by context. When you first search for a pattern in the concordance the results are sorted by the letters that follow the matched word. Clicking on the left half of a line will sort by the words that precede the match. Clicking on the right will sort again by the letters that follow. Clicking on the citation at the far left will take you to the passage in which the match occurs.

The logical operators are not very useful in the concordance—each term found in a pattern is displayed on its own line—but filters can be used to restrict the results to particular authors or works, just as in the word search.

The concordance will display a maximum of 500 matches for a given search. If the number exceeds that, 500 matches are taken from a random sampling of the total and then sorted and displayed.