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Jose | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Apr 20 2016 5:37 AM

I would be interested in finding out if someone has encountered the details of how words are listed in HALOT beyond "alphabetical order." I am trying to find the reasoning behind the order based on VOCALIZATION. The consonant order is crystal clear. I tried the introductory pages of this resource and "alphabetical order" is all I could find. For example, when two words have the same three consonants, the lexicon lists a word that starts with a reduced vowel prior to a qamets. In English, Spanish, etc., dictionaries follow the a to u sequence of vowels. Any official sequence? Thank you.

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