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Searching inflected form and grammatical parsing at the same time

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#1 Elizabeth



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Posted 13 February 2009 - 05:17 AM

Is it possible to do both a search on the grammatical tagging and on the final inflected form at the same time? I'd like to do searches on waw-consecutive third-he verbs that end in a he (but a he that's not a pronominal suffix).

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Posted 13 February 2009 - 05:43 AM

Yes, it is possible. You need to use the @ to connect the different criteria so that they apply to the same word. It's hard to demonstrate exactly what the resulting search string would look like in Hebrew, but actually the order does not matter, and neither do the spaces, so:
‏‎[VERB wawConsecutive]‏ is your grammatical tag
??h is your lemma
"*h" is your inflected form (the suffix is treated as a separate word in any case, the quotes say inflected, so this looks for any word ending in h.
and your search string is:
‏‎[VERB wawConsecutive]‏ @??h @"*h"

I got 152 hits, see the picture.

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