Hebrew morph search, nouns with suffixes

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Parker Rea | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Mar 27 2020 6:52 AM

Is it possible to do a Hebrew morph search for a noun with particular suffixes  (e.g. פַּנֶה "face" + 1cs suffix אֲנִי -> "my face")? I haven't been able to figure out how to search for specific suffixed nouns so I can see what the noun with that suffix would look like.

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Dave Hooton | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Mar 27 2020 9:22 AM

There are two ways, because not all morphologies cater for suffixes  i.e. Noun+pronomial suffix. Use Morph Search.

In Lexham Hebrew Bible try lemma:פָּנֶה  BEFORE 1 CHAR lemma:אֲנִי@R?1?S

In BHW 4.18 try lemma:פָּנֶה@n????+S1?s

How to contain that to a specific meaning, "my face" is another matter

x BEFORE 1 CHAR y constrains y to be a suffix, as a 2 CHAR separation would allow a space between the words i.e. "x y" instead of "xy"

lemma:פָּנֶה@n????+S1?s allows you to specify the noun, whilst the pronomial suffix S1?s is first person, singular, same as the pronoun for LHB.

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