Template:he-Imperative of

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# {{he-Imperative of|הלך|tr=halákh|g=f|n=s}}.
# {{he-Imperative of|הלך|tr=halákh|g=f|n=s}}: go!
# Go: {{he-imperative of|הלך|tr=halákh|g=f|n=s}}.


  1. Feminine singular imperative of הלך ‎(halákh).
  2. Feminine singular imperative of הלך ‎(halákh): go!
  3. Go: feminine singular imperative of הלך ‎(halákh).


Used to create sense lines for imperative forms of Hebrew verbs. May be combined with a translation, if you're into that sort of thing. Also adds entries to Category:Hebrew verb forms.


The template name itself is basically a parameter:

  • use {{he-Imperative of}} to start with a capital letter ("M" or "F")
  • use {{he-imperative of}} to start with a lowercase letter ("m" or "f")

Additionally, it supports the following real parameters:

  • unnamed (1=…) — required — the lemma form (third-person masculine singular past tense/suffix conjugation)
  • wv=… or dw=… — optional — lemma form with vowels; use wv if the lemma form with vowels is spelled the same as the lemma form without vowels, and dwv if the former is defective and the latter excessive
  • tr=… — the transliteration of the lemma form (see Wiktionary:About Hebrew) — required unless the lemma form and the current form are spelled the same
  • g=m or g=f — required — gender (masculine/feminine)
  • n=s or n=p — required — number (singular/plural)
  • .=. — adds a period (full stop) to the end, inside the <span class="use-with-mention"> tags — for the (literally) punctilious. (The non-punctilious can just add the period after the template call.)
  • cap=M or cap=F — used by {{he-Imperative of}}, listed here only for completeness' sake
  • ns={{NAMESPACE}} — for testing purposes only, listed here only for completeness' sake
  • op, og, on — optional — the person (1 for first person, 2 for second, 3 for third), gender (m and f), and number (s for singular, p for plural) of a direct-object suffix. If any is specified, the others must be, except that if op=1 then og should not be specified.

If any required parameter is missing (unnamed, tr, g, or n), it adds the entry to Category:Hebrew terms needing attention.