Fran Ramovš Institute of Slovenian Language, ZRC SAZU

Reverse dictionary of Slovenian language *

Examples: vezi- string "vezi" contained anywhere in the headword record.
gi=miza- headword "miza".
bv:"prisl." and gi=b*- adverbs on b-.
gi=*jalnik- headwords, ending on -jalnik.
gi=m???en- headwords on m-, 6 letters long, ending on -en.
gi:kl<160>di- headwords containing the string "kládi".
ss=cvcv- headwords of the type cons.-vowel-cons.-vowel (i.e. gora).
nm=3 and gi!:" "- one-word headwords (no space) with 3 accents.

Current version of the dictionary is based on UTF-8 coding standard; all the characters in the dictionary, not present there, are shown as text description.

General form of the search description:
operand   logical operator   operand   logical operator ..., where the operators are
           and, may also be used as the & symbol, and
           or - a comma for short.
To change order of operators parentheses can also be used.

Operand structure:   field label   relational operator   value.

Relational operators:
           :  contains,
           !: does not contain,
           =  equals,
           != is not equal to,
           <  less than,
           >  more than,
           %< field length shorter than,
           %= field length equal to,
           %> field length greater than.

Headword records in the dictionary contain two data fields with the following labels:
           gi  headword
           pr  inflection
           bv  part of speech
           tn  tonemic accent
           ss  vowel-consonat sequence
           nm  number of accents

Search expression may have up to 74 characters in length and the number of hits shown is limited to 1000.

*Authors of the dictionary (115.355 headwords) are Milena Hajnšek-Holz and P. Jakopin.
Page posted on 20 September 2000; date of last change: 16 January 2007.

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