Appendix:Hebrew patterns

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Hebrew-language appendices

In Hebrew words there are patterns of vowels called מִשְׁקָלִים (mishkalím, patterns, literally weights) (singular מִשְׁקָל (mishkál)), that can have different concepts and into which roots are "cast" to create different words. Commonly the consonants of the root are indicated with the placeholder letters ק־ט־ל (k-t-l). Patterns can have affixes and formational dageshes "built" into them in addition to nikud.

Patterns[edit]