I'm trying to search for a specific form of the pronominal suffix. I've noticed that sometimes the 2ms pronominal suffix takes a form that looks more feminine than masculine (eg. Deut 5:16 - לָךְ twice, Deut 6:3). Accordance still parses this as 2ms despite its form, and despite the fact that elsewhere in the book (e.g. 1:21) the suffix is parsed as 2fs even though context demands ms.
So I'd like to find out how widespread this particular form of the 2ms suffix is (or at least how widespread it is that Accordance parses it this way).
I tried searching for:
[suffix second singular]@"ךְ"
[suffix second singular]@"ךְ*"
but both searches return all of the 2ms suffixes regardless of pointing. Is there a way to search for the particular form of the suffix that ends with a kaph w/ shewa? I suspect they might be errors in the tagging database? Should they be tagged as feminine despite context, or masculine despite form?