- Superscript numbers 1,2,3... beside roots indicate multiple meanings
- Entries in (parenthesis) indicate variants
- Items in red are hypothetical, unused or obsolete forms listed in dictionaries
Use the root search when you want to filter the roots by some specific criteria. It acts as a convenient shortcut for the more advanced search syntax (below).
- Selecting nothing from a dropdown will match anything in that position.
j/wto match either a j or a w
- The apostrophe
'indicates a missing radical, in irregular roots.
Advanced search syntax
Queries follow regular expression syntax:
.matches any single letter (including ie and għ)
^matches beginning of string
$matches the end of string
+matches 1 or more repetitions of the previous expression
*matches 0 or more repetitions of the previous expression
?matches 0 or 1 occurances of the previous expression
- Character classes can be enclosed in