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bargentimaf [AQ ] triangular
cultimaf [AQ ] academic
durimaf [AQ ] gallant
ekamaf [AQ ] concentrated
elimaf [AQ ] accurate
gaelmumimaf [AQ ] aerodynamic
gentimaf [AQ ] angular
metamaf [AQ ] discordant
rontagentimaf [SU ] right-angle
tamaf [AQ ] harmonious
tciamaf [AQ ] affected
welimaf [AQ ] enigmatic
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Partial searchAccentsReg. expr.

The program also allows for more elaborate queries by using a system called "regular expressions". The PHP script uses the PERL-compatible syntax.

In order to signal to the program that you want to use this system, put a sharp sign (#) before the query. Here are a few examples:

#[ai]maf$ finds all phile/phobe pairs.

!#^van.*[]$ finds all verbs that begin with the prefix "van-" or the syllable "van". (Note the exclamation mark that signals that the diacritics have to be taken into account.)

#(.{3,})\1 finds all words that contain a repetition of a group of at least 3 characters, among which the numeral derivates like barbaraf.