he-adj-form ? indef.

The following documentation is located at Template:he-adj-form/documentation. [edit]


This template is used to create the inflection line — the line right below the heading — in entries for Hebrew adjective forms, other than the masculine-singular-indefinite form (which uses {{he-adj}}). The template accepts a few parameters so it can link to the entry for the adjective's masculine-singular-indefinite form (which typically has more information), and so it can identify the current form (e.g. "feminine plural definite form").

For example, at קלה, this wiki-code:


produces this output:

קַלָּה (kalá) f sg indef. (m sg indef. קַל; f pl קַלּוֹת)


The template takes four mandatory parameters:

  • tr= — a transliteration of the headword into the Latin alphabet, as described at Wiktionary:About Hebrew. If this is omitted, the article is added to Category:Hebrew terms lacking transliteration.
  • g= — the gender of the headword, either m or f.
  • num=, synonymously n= — the number of the headword, either s for singular or p for plural.

It also takes a number of optional (but mostly desired) parameters:

  • wv=, synonymously head= — the headword with vowels, for display purposes. If the headword consists of multiple words, this parameter allows each individual word to be linkified; to display vowels in this case, pipe-links must be used.
  • def= — the definiteness of the headword, either no or yes (default no).
  • main= — the "main form" of the adjective; that is, its masculine singular indefinite form. Not needed if the definition line indicates the main form.
    • mainwv= — the "main form" with vowels, for display purposes.
  • fs — the feminine singular form, only for use in masculine singular entries and feminine plural entries
    • fswvfs with vowels
  • fp — the feminine plural form, only for use in feminine singular entries
    • fpwvfp with vowels
  • pausal, pausalwv, pausaltr — respectively, the Biblical Hebrew pausal form without vowels (if it differs from the current pagename), the same with vowels, and the same in transliteration
Last modified on 14 April 2014, at 00:35