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How to Search for All Nouns with Specific Vowels

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#1 Martin Zhang

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Posted Yesterday, 10:15 PM



I want to search for all 3-consonant-root nouns, and the vowel goes with the 2nd root consonant is Holem.

For example, עֲבֹת, לְאֹם מְלֹא.

Is there any way to accomplish this?


Thanks a lot!



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#2 Helen Brown

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Posted Today, 04:32 AM

This should be easy but it is a little complicated! This search finds all three letter nouns.


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Add a + before the ??? to specify a 3 letter root. However, adding a holem on the second ? is ignored. If you add an = before the ??? so that vowels are not ignored, it finds nothing (because you are not accounting for the other vowels). Adding a shva on the first ? does better but ignores any with a dagesh, so we need an <OR> expression with a dagesh on one side and not on the other.


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