I get it now! So these are then standalone entries with proper grammatical
information in <gramGrp></ gramGrp>... (I hope that's right?)
Would it then be appropriate (or at least nice) to link these derivatives
to their original words via cross referencing?
On Sat, 15 Aug 2020 at 22:58, Sebastian Humenda <shumenda@xxxxxx> wrote:
Gorzy Gorup schrieb am 14.08.2020, 9:45 +0200:
I was wondering if there is a possibility for a dictionary in TEI formatto
include information on forms that certain nouns, verbs and adjectives can
take when used in different situations (case, number, inflection class,
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BTW, lat-deu.tei is using some of these ;). The values for these gramGrp
members are not restricted, e.g., you could write `<case>gen</case>` or
<case>genitive</case>`, but if you keep it consistent, it could be backed
common ontology later on.
The above example shows information generic to the entry. If you add the
gramGrp just one level deeper to the form or the sense element, it'll apply
only for the headword or translation, respectively.
My search led me to this webpagebut
I'm not sure how to use this properly (there's only two documented cases?)
and if FreeDict supports this.
Well, the encoding is already different to what we use (and our schemas
want?). While these examples use attributes, we specify the information as
text in the node, see example and link to lg1-lg2 (from the other e-mail).
me know if it is still unclear.
Also, do dictionary entries have to be sorted alphabetically? (I've been
entering them that way, but would like to know if slip-ups are allowed.)
No, do whatever you want. Sorting is the job of the converter :).
I hope that helps :)