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alubeaviel [SU ] Alhamisi
balemeaviel [SU ] Jumatano
bareaviel [SU ] Jumanne
batvielon [AV ] leo
jontikviele [AV ] mara nyingi
kapaviel [SU ] sikukuu
konakviele [AV ] pengine
kotviele [AV ] daima
kotviele [AV ] kila siku, sikuzote
kotviele [AV ] sikuzote
kotvielon [AV ] kila siku
kotvielon [AV ] kila siku, sikuzote
meviele [AV ] milele
meviele [AV ] kamwe
pereaviel [SU ] Jumapili
pereaviel [SU ] Jumamosi
teveaviel [SU ] Ijumaa
tokviele [AV ] lini ? wakati gani ?
toleaviel [SU ] Jumatatu
viel [SU ] siku
vielcek [SU ] siku, mchana
vieldfela [SU ] gazeti, (ma-)
vielkobasik [SU ] kibarua, (vi-)
vielon [AV ] kwa kutwa
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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?.