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arinton [AV ] izolo
arldon [AV ] ekugcineni
azon [AV ] emuva
bagon [AV ] kancane
balemeavielon [AV ] ngoLwesithathu
bareavielon [AV ] ngoLwesibili
batvielon [AV ] namhlanje
boreon [AV ] masinya
diveon [AV ] phandle
eldeon [AV ] kusasa
falon [AV ] ngenhlanhla
fereon [AV ] kaningi
gazdon [AV ] ekuseni
kabdueon [AV ] phambili
kabduon [AV ] phambi kwa-
kalion [AV ] ngokushesha
kalon [AV ] ngenhlanhla
noelkeon [AV ] manje
noelon [AV ] okwamanje
pereavielon [AV ] ngoMgqibelo
roton [AV ] kabi
taneavielon [AV ] ngeSonto
taneon [AV ] ukuqala
teveavielon [AV ] ngoLwesihlanu
toleavielon [AV ] ngoSombuluko
veyeldeon [AV ] kuthangi
volfalon [AV ] ngeshwa
volkalon [AV ] ngeshwa
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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?.