Pregenerated forms

Any lexicon entry can contain a paradigm of forms, however for sme- and sma-oahpa, this is used most for pronouns.

Following is a sample entry with a <mini_paradigm />

         <l pos="pron" type="pers">manne</l>
            <analysis ms="Pron_Pers_Sg1_Nom">
            <analysis ms="Pron_Pers_Sg1_Acc">
            <analysis ms="Pron_Pers_Sg1_Gen">
            <analysis ms="Pron_Pers_Sg1_Ill">
            <analysis ms="Pron_Pers_Sg1_Ill" dial="NG">
            <analysis ms="Pron_Pers_Sg1_Ine">
            <analysis ms="Pron_Pers_Sg1_Ela">
            <analysis ms="Pron_Pers_Sg1_Com">

Here, we see that each item in the <mini_paradigm/>, an <analysis /> node contains a tag as an **ms** attribute, with underscores (_) instead of plus symbols (+), and the <analysis /> node contains child nodes for each word form. Multiple word forms are acceptable for each analysis, and analyses can be separated depending on dialect (dial) attributes.

Each <lg /> may also contain its own <analysis /> node, which contains a tag. Typically these forms are in nominative.