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alubeaviel [SU ] donderdag
arviele [AV ] een andere keer
balemeaviel [SU ] woensdag
balemeavielon [AV ] 's woensdag
bareaviel [SU ] dinsdag
bareavielon [AV ] dinsdags
batvielon [AV ] heden
batvielu [AV ] sindsdien
jonvielera [SU ] oponthoud
kabalievielafi [SU ] kap
konakviele [AV ] bijwijlen
konakviele [AV ] herhaaldelijk
konviele [AV ] eenmaal
kotviele [AV ] altijd
kotviele [AV ] al
kotvielon [AV ] dagelijks
meviele [AV ] nimmer
pereavielon [AV ] op zaterdag
taneaviel [SU ] zondag
taneavielon [AV ] 's zondags
teveaviel [SU ] vrijdag
teveavielon [AV ] vrijdags
tokviele [AV ] wanneer
tokviele [AV ] wanneer
toleaviel [SU ] maandag
toleavielon [AV ] 's maandags
viel [SU ] dag
vielaf [AQ ] daags
vielfela [SU ] dagblad
vielgay [SU ] plein
vielkiava [SU ] dag
vielkobasik [SU ] dagloner
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Partial searchAccentsReg. expr.

The asterisk (*) stand for any sequence of characters, including an absence of characters. Examples:

aal* finds all words that begin with "aal": aal, aaleem, aaloc, aalxo, aalk, etc.

*aal finds all words ending with "aal": aal, aejaal, agzonaal, bilkaal, etc., a hundred shrub and tree names.

Some more useful examples: *on and *opa

*viel* finds all words that contain "viel", all kinds of derivates of "viel" such as milvielaf, toleaviel, etc. as well as derivates of "viele".

The question mark (?) stand for any single character.

s? finds all two-character words that begin with "s": sa, se, s, s, s, su.

Also try ?iel and la?.