The first unnamed parameter is required and takes the following values:
pafor pa'ál construction
hitpu'alfor hitpu'ál (rare enough that the template makes you spell it out)
wv parameter is for the with-vowels version of the headword;
dwv should be used instead if the with-vowels version omits matres lectionis that are in the headword.
tr parameter is for the transliteration.
sort parameter is for sorting in the categories, so that not all (e.g.) nif'ál verbs are listed under נ. Use it if the page title is different from the string comprising the letters of the root of the verb. Its value should be that string:
ל are to be specified when a letter of the verb's root is weak; for example, if the first letter of the root of a verb is נ, specify
pausaltr parameters are for, respectively, the Biblical Hebrew pausal form (without vowels), the same form with vowels, and the transliteration of the same. If the form matches the pagetitle except for vowelization,
pausal need not be specified. The default, if these are not specified, is that no pausal form appears in the entry.
The following forms of the verb can be specified when they are not obvious:
infdwvfor the infinitive of the verb
presdwvfor the (masculine singular) present tense of the verb (a.k.a. the active participle)
futdwvfor the (3rd-person masculine singular) future tense of the verb (a.k.a. the imperfect or the prefix conjugation)
impdwvfor the (masculine singular) imperative of the verb (the traditional imperative, not the "new" imperative)
The following forms of the verb should be specified whenever they exist:
passpdwvfor the (masculine singular) passive participle of the verb (only if different from the present tense of the passive counterpart, thus, most useful for pa'al verbs)
passdwvfor (the lemma form of) the passive counterpart of the verb (usually the nif'al for a pa'al verb, the pu'al for a pi'el verb, and the huf'al for a hif'il verb)
actdwvfor (the lemma form of) the active counterpart of the verb (usually the pa'al for a nif'al verb, the pi'el for a pu'al verb, and the hif'il for a huf'al verb)