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verbal ending -consonantal-transliterated

The consonantal representation of the verbal ending of a word BHSA transliteration.

This feature is present on objects of type word.

For more about features on morphemes, see word grammar.

The verbal ending belongs to verb conjugation and is a signal that contributes to the determination of gender, number and person. It does not always determine all these properties completely.

See the frequency table above for which forms signal to which grammatical properties, as far as it possible to tell.


See also the values of this feature.


One of the values is the empty value.

To mark not applicable, the value n/a is used, instead of the usual NA.


Here are some example queries using the vbe feature: adhortative forms and cohortative forms .