I have a search of All Morph Text in All Passages in AFAT with Anderson-Forbes Hebrew Morphology for
<lemma = af/he/אדם:3>
What I want is to include multiple homographs (or all), but I cannot figure out how to make it read more than just homograph 3 (i.e. what to put in place of the '3:') to get other hits. The above search misses all references to אדם in Genesis 5 because that is homograph 6.
I've somewhat lost track of the variations I've tried. I know I've eliminated the '3:', but that returns 0 results, rather than all homographs (which as a user, I would have expected it to return all homographs). I've tried '*:' (also in an attempt to get all homographs). I've tried [3,6] and [3 OR 6] with no success.
So, does anyone know of a way to format the search to return all or even better, select mulitiple homographs for a word?
How does one use a wildcard character with a Hebrew word search? I tried doing a similar search to the one above, but using simply אדם as the parameter. It returns only hits that do not have an article or an inseparable preposition. So I was trying to setup a wildcard search to pick up the others. I tried אדם? and אדם* but the first yielded no results and the second showed the results as if the wildcard was not there.
Thanks for any help.
Scott:So, does anyone know of a way to format the search to return all or even better, select mulitiple homographs for a word?
<lemma = af/he/אדם:6> OR <lemma = af/he/אדם:5> OR <lemma = af/he/אדם:4> OR <lemma = af/he/אדם:3> OR <lemma = af/he/אדם:2> OR <lemma = af/he/אדם:1>
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There is no way other than listing each possible lemma:-
(<lemma = af/he/אדם:1>, <lemma = af/he/אדם:2>, <lemma = af/he/אדם:3>, <lemma = af/he/אדם:4>,<lemma = af/he/אדם:5>, <lemma = af/he/אדם:6>, <lemma = af/he/אדם:7>)
This format with commas is called a List. The parentheses () are not needed for this simple search.
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Thanks to "Keep Smiling" and Dave. That at least works for solving the first question. Though I must say, it would make much more sense to me that if one leaves off the reference to the homograph, such as <lemma = af/he/אדם>, it would return ALL homographs. Or if I could use a wildcard or range in place, like <lemma = af/he/*:אדם> or <lemma = af/he/(1-7):אדם>, it would at least be far easier to construct the search.
Anyone have answers to the second question, about using wildcards at all with Hebrew?
It would appear that wildcards do not work with Hebrew, but I cannot provide a definite reason for this. Hopefully others will join in.
Highlighted "1." then typed "*" for a wildcard search (bit surprised where * wildcard appears in search expression).
The odd thing is, I did that, only I kept "forcing" the * (by cut/paste) to the "end" of the Hebrew word (to the left), which did not work (even though that is the position it should have been in as a wildcard).
Thanks for that bit of insight!