omor stuff: some internal short-hand codes in omorfi databases

This is an automatically generated documentation based on omorfilexical database.

Stuff are internal things, but they appear in database a lot, so you will want to know what they are if you are gonna modify database of affixes.

The stuff is typically used by the file format and/or analysis generators to either define analysis tags or decide whether or not to include the affected string into language model. The default renditions for a handful of omorfi tag formats are provided (only ones that have trivially mapped formatting are included.

Stuffs: ABBREVIATION, ACRONYM, ADJ, ADJECTIVE, ADP, ADPOSITION, ADV, ADVERB, ADVERBIAL, AUX, B-, Bc, B←, B→, CARDINAL, CCONJ, CLAUSE-BOUNDARY, COMP, COMPARATIVE, CONJUNCTION, COORDINATING, Ccmp, Cma, Cmaisilla, Cmaton, Cnut, Cpos, Csup, Cva, DASH, DECIMAL, DEMONSTRATIVE, DET, DIGIT, Din, Dinen, Dja, Dma, Dmaisilla, Dmaton, Dminen, Dmpi, Dnut, Ds, Dsti, Dtattaa, Dtatuttaa, Dtava, Dttaa, Dtu, Du, Duus, Dva, FINAL-BRACKET, FINAL-QUOTE, FTB3man, INDEFINITE, INITIAL-BRACKET, INITIAL-QUOTE, INTERJECTION, INTERROGATIVE, INTJ, Ia, Ie, Ima, Iminen, LEMMA-START, NOUN, NUM, NUMERAL, N__, Ncon, Nneg, Npl, Nsg, O3, ORDINAL, Opl1, Opl2, Opl3, Osg1, Osg2, Osg3, PE4, PERSONAL, PL1, PL2, PL3, POSTPOSITION, PREPOSITION, PRON, PRONOUN, PROPER, PROPN, PUNCT, PUNCTUATION, Ppe4, Ppl1, Ppl2, Ppl3, Psg1, Psg2, Psg3, QUALIFIER, QUANTOR, Qhan, Qka, Qkaan, Qkin, Qko, Qpa, Qs, RECIPROCAL, REFLEXIVE, RELATIVE, ROMAN, SCONJ, SENTENCE-BOUNDARY, SG1, SG2, SG3, SPACE, SUPERL, SYM, Tcond, Timp, Topt, Tpast, Tpot, Tpres, UNSPECIFIED, Uarch, Udial, Unonstd, Urare, VERB, Vact, Vpss, X, X___, Xabe, Xabl, Xacc, Xade, Xall, Xcom, Xela, Xess, Xgen, Xill, Xine, Xins, Xlat, Xnom, Xpar, Xtra,

Stuffs in tabular format

The symbols are default output variants without context-sensitive filtering.

Stuff Doc Omorfi Apertium FTB 3.1 Giella
NOUN Noun, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/NOUN.html [UPOS=NOUN] %<n%> % N +N
PROPN Proper noun, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/PROPN.html [UPOS=PROPN] %<np%>   +Prop
ADJ Adjective, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/ADJ.html [UPOS=ADJ] %<adj%> % A  
VERB Verb, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/VERB.html [UPOS=VERB] %<vblex%> % V +V
AUX Auxiliary verb, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/AUX.html [UPOS=AUX] %<vaux%>    
ADV Adverb, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/ADV.html [UPOS=ADV] %<adv%> % Adv  
INTJ Interjection, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/INTJ.html [UPOS=INTJ] %<ij%> % Interj  
PRON Pronoun, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/PRON.html [UPOS=PRON] %<prn%> % Pron  
NUM Numeral, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/NUM.html [UPOS=NUM] %<num%> % Num +Num
ADP Adposition, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/ADP.html [UPOS=ADP] %<post%> % Adp% Po  
CCONJ Coordinating conjunction, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/CCONJ.html [UPOS=CCONJ] %<cnjcoo%>    
SCONJ Adverbial conjunction, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/SCONJ.html [UPOS=SCONJ] %<cnjsub%> % CS  
DET Determiner, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/DET.html [UPOS=DET] %<det%>    
PUNCT Punctuation, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/PUNCT.html [UPOS=PUNCT] %<punct%>    
SYM Symbol, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/SYM.html [UPOS=SYM] %<sym%>    
X Unclassifiable lexeme, lexical feature, based on UPOS, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/pos/X.html [UPOS=X] %<x%>    
PREPOSITION Preposition, lexical feature based on UD-Finnish AdpType, an adposition that is before its complent, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/AdpType.html [ADPTYPE=PREP]   % Adp% Pr +Adp+Pr
POSTPOSITION Postposition, lexical feature based on UD-Finnish AdpType, an adposition that is after its complement [ADPTYPE=POST]      
COMPARATIVE Comparative conjunction, lexical feature based on the Finnish grammar, mainly for the lexeme ‘kuin’, refer to http://kaino.kotus.fi/visk/sisallys.php?p=819 [UPOS=SCONJ][CONJ=COMPARATIVE] %<cnjsub%>   +CS
ABBREVIATION Abbreviation, shortening, non-inflecting, may end in full stop [ABBR=ABBREVIATION] %<abbr%> % Abbr +ABBR
ACRONYM Acronym, shortening that inflects with colon [ABBR=ACRONYM] %<acr%> % N% Abbr +ACR
CARDINAL Cardinal, lexical feature based on UD NumType, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/NumType.html [NUMTYPE=CARD] %<card%>    
ORDINAL Ordinal, lexical feature based on UD NumType, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/NumType.html [NUMTYPE=ORD] %<ord%> % Ord +Ord
DEMONSTRATIVE Demonstrative, lexical feature based on UD PronType, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/PronType.html [PRONTYPE=DEM] %<dem%> % Dem +Dem
QUANTOR Quantifier, lexical feature for non-inflecting adjective types, not used elsewhere(?) [SUBCAT=QUANTIFIER] %<qu%> % Qnt +Qnt
PERSONAL Personal, lexical feature based on UD PronType, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/PronType.html [PRONTYPE=PRS] %<pers%> % Pers +Pers
INDEFINITE Indefinite (pronoun), lexical feature based on UD PronType, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/PronType.html [PRONTYPE=IND] %<ind%> % Indef +Indef
INTERROGATIVE Interrogative, lexical feature based on UD PronType, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/PronType.html [PRONTYPE=INT] %<itg%> % Interr +Interr
REFLEXIVE Reflexive (pronoun), lexical feature based on UD PronType, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/PronType.html [SUBCAT=REFLEXIVE] %<reflex%> % Refl +Refl
RELATIVE Relative, lexical feature based on UD PronType, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/PronType.html [PRONTYPE=REL] %<rel%> % Rel +Rel
RECIPROCAL Reciprocal, lexical feature based on UD PronType, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/PronType.html [PRONTYPE=REC] %<rec%>    
DASH Dash, lexical feature of SYM, apertium compatibility [SUBCAT=DASH]   % Dash +Dash
SPACE Space, lexical feature of SYM, needed for compatibility with many external systems that do not support space-as-a-token concept [SUBCAT=SPACE]      
DECIMAL Decimal digits, lexical feature of NUMs written in digits [SUBCAT=DECIMAL]      
CLAUSE-BOUNDARY Clause final, lexical feature of clause bounding tokens [BOUNDARY=CLAUSE]      
SENTENCE-BOUNDARY Sentence final, lexical feature of sentece bounding tokens [BOUNDARY=SENTENCE]      
INITIAL-QUOTE Left quotation mark, lexical feature of SYM, for apertium compatibility [SUBCAT=QUOTATION][POSITION=INITIAL]   % Quote +Quote
FINAL-QUOTE Right quotation mark, lexical feature of SYM, for apertium compatibility [SUBCAT=QUOTATION][POSITION=FINAL]   % Quote +Quote
INITIAL-BRACKET Left bracket, lexical feature of SYM, for apertium compatibility [SUBCAT=BRACKET][POSITION=INITIAL]      
FINAL-BRACKET Right bracket, lexical feature of SYM, for apertium compatibility [SUBCAT=BRACKET][POSITION=FINAL]      
DIGIT Digits, lexical feature of NUMs written in digits     % Digit +Digit
ROMAN Roman numerals, lexical feature of NUMs written in roman numerals [SUBCAT=ROMAN]   % Roman +Roman
PL1 First plural, lexicalised version for inflectional feature of verbs, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=PL1] %<p1%> % Pl1 +Pl1
PL2 Secod plural, lexicalised version for inflectional feature of verbs, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=PL2] %<p2%> % Pl2 +Pl2
PL3 Third plural, lexicalised version for inflectional feature of verbs, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=PL3] %<p3%> % Pl3 +Pl3
SG1 First singular, lexicalised version for inflectional feature of verbs, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=SG1] %<p1%> % Sg1 +Sg1
SG2 Second singular, lexicalised version for inflectional feature of verbs, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=SG2] %<p2%> % Sg2 +Sg2
SG3 Third singular, lexicalised version for inflectional feature of verbs, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=SG3] %<p3%> % Sg3 +Sg3
PE4 Passive / fourth persion, lexicalised version for inflectional feature of verbs, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=PE4]   % Pe4 +Pe4
COMP Comparative, lexicalised version for inflectional feature of adjectives, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Degree.html [CMP=CMP]   % Comp +Comp
SUPERL Superlative, lexicalised version for inflectional feature of adjectives, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Degree.html [CMP=SUP] %<sup%> % Superl +Superl
UNSPECIFIED Unclassified particle, lexical feature for undecided particles   %<part%> % Adv +Pcle
LEMMA-START Left marker for lemma [WORD_ID=      
Bc Compound boundary for generated (derivational-inflectional) compounds [BOUNDARY=COMPOUND] %<cmp%>+ # #
.sent Sentence marker, legacy support? [BOUNDARY=SENTENCE]      
B- Marker for co-ordinated compound hyphen [COMPOUND_FORM=OMIT] %<cmp-split%> % TrunCo +Trunc
B→ Marker for left co-ordinated compound hyphen [POSITION=SUFFIX] %<compound-R%> TrunCo% TruncSuffix+
B← Marker for right co-ordinated compound hyphen [POSITION=PREFIX] %<compound-only-L%> % TrunCo +TruncPrefix
Cma Agent participle, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/PartForm.html [PCP=AGENT] %<agent%> % AgPrc +AgPrc
Cmaisilla Fifth infinitive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/PartForm.html ERRORMACRO   % Adv +Der/maisilla
Cnut Nut participle, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/PartForm.html [PCP=NUT] %<pp%> % PrfPrc +PrfPrc
Cva Va participle, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/PartForm.html [PCP=VA] %<pprs%> % PrsPrc +PrsPrc
Cmaton Negation participle, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/PartForm.html [PCP=NEG] %<pneg%> % NegPrc +NegPrc
Cpos Positive comparison, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Degree.html [CMP=POS] %<pos%> % Pos +Pos
Ccmp Comparative comparison, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Degree.html [CMP=CMP] %<com%> % Comp +Comp
Csup Superlative comparison, inflectional featurehttp://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Degree.html, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Degree.html [CMP=SUP] %<sup%> % Superl +Superl
Dmaisilla Deverbal -mAisillA, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=MAISILLA] +maisilla%<adv%> % Inf5 +Der/maisilla
Dminen Deverbal -minen, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=MINEN] +minen%<n%> % N +N
Dnut Deverbal -nUt, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=NUT] +nut%<adj%> % PrfPrc% Act +PrfPrc+Act
Dtu Deverbal -tU, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=TU] +tu%<adj%> % PrfPrc% Pass +PrfPrc+Pass
Dva Deverbal -vA, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=VA] +va%<adj%> % PrsPrc% Act +PrsPrc+Act
Dtava Deverbal -tAvA, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=TAVA] +tava%<adj%> % PrsPrc% Pass +PrsPrc+Pass
Dmaton Deverbal mAtOn, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=MATON] +maton%<adj%> % NegPrc +NegPrc
Duus Derivation -UUs, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=UUS] +uus%<adj%>   +Der/uus
Dttaa Derivation -ttAA, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=TTAA] +ttaa%<vblex%>   +Der/ttaa
Dtattaa Derivation -tAttAA, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=TATTAA] +tattaa%<vblex%>   +Der/tattaa
Dtatuttaa Derivation -tAtUttAA, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=TATUTTAA] +tatuttaa%<vblex%>   +Der/tatuttaa
Dma Derivation -mA, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=MA] +ma%<n%> % AgPrc +AgPrc
Dinen Derivation -inen, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=NEN] +inen%<n%>   +Der/inint
Dja Derivation -jA, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=JA] +ja%<n%>   +Der/ja
Dmpi Derivation -mpi, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=MPI]     +Comp
Din Derivation -in, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=IN] +in%<n%>   +Superl
Ds Derivaiton -s, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=S] +s%<n%>   +Cmp
Du Derivation -u, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=U] +u%<n%>   +Der/u
Dsti Derivation -sti, derivational feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Derivation.html [DRV=STI] +sti%<adv%>   +Der/sti
FTB3man Manner adverbial derivation (analysis for legacy support)     % Man +Man
Ia A infinitive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/InfForm.html [INF=A] %<infa%> % Inf1 +Inf1
Ie E infinitive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/InfForm.html [INF=E] %<infe%> % Inf2 +Inf2
Ima mA infinitive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/InfForm.html [INF=MA] %<infma%> % Inf3 +Inf3
Iminen Fourth infinitive, inflectional feature [INF=MINEN] %<infminen%> % N +N
Ncon Conneg verb form (in negative constructions), inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Connegative.html [NEG=CON] %<conneg%> % ConNeg +ConNeg
Nneg Negation verb, lexical feature of the verbs that complent the conneg form verbs [SUBCAT=NEG] %<neg%> % Neg +Neg
Npl Plural, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [NUM=PL] %<pl%> % Pl +Pl
Nsg Singular, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [NUM=SG] %<sg%> % Sg +Sg
N?? Number to be determined, inflectional feature   %<sp%> % Sg +Sg
Osg1 First person singular possessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person-psor.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number-psor.html [POSS=SG1] %<pxsg1%> % PxSg1 +PxSg1
Osg2 Second person singular possessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person-psor.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number-psor.html [POSS=SG2] %<pxsg2%> % PxSg2 +PxSg2
Osg3 Third person singular possessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person-psor.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number-psor.html ERRORMACRO      
O3 Third person ambiguous possessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person-psor.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number-psor.html [POSS=3] %<pxsp3%> % Px3 +Px3
Opl1 First person plural possessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person-psor.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number-psor.html [POSS=PL1] %<pxpl1%> % PxPl1 +PxPl1
Opl2 Second person plural possessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person-psor.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number-psor.html [POSS=PL2] %<pxpl2%> % PxPl2 +PxPl2
Opl3 Third person plural possessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person-psor.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number-psor.html ERRORMACRO      
Ppl1 First person plural actor, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=PL1] %<p1%>%<pl%> % Pl1 +Pl1
Ppl2 Second person plural actor, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=PL2] %<p2%>%<pl%> % Pl2 +Pl2
Ppl3 Third person plural actor, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=PL3] %<p3%>%<pl%> % Pl3 +Pl3
Psg1 First person singular actor, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=SG1] %<p1%>%<sg%> % Sg1 +Sg1
Psg2 Second person singular actor, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=SG2] %<p2%>%<sg%> % Sg2 +Sg2
Psg3 Third person singular actor, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Person.html and http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Number.html [PERS=SG3] %<p3%>%<sg%> % Sg3 +Sg3
Ppe4 Passive” , inflectional feature [PERS=PE4] %<impers%> % Pe4 +Pe4
Qka Focus clitic particle -kA, inflectional feature. refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Clitic.html [CLIT=KA] +ka%<enc%> % Foc%_kA +Foc/ka
Qs Focus clitic particle -s, inflectional feature. refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Clitic.html [CLIT=S] +s%<enc%> % Foc%_s +Foc/s
Qpa Focus clitic particle -pA, inflectional feature. refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Clitic.html [CLIT=PA] +pa%<enc%> % Foc%_pA +Foc/pa
Qko Focus clitic particle -kO (question), inflectional feature. refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Clitic.html [CLIT=KO] +ko%<qst%> % Foc%_kO +Foc/ko
Qkin Focus clitic particle -kin, inflectional feature. refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Clitic.html [CLIT=KIN] +kin%<enc%> % Foc%_kin +Foc/kin
Qkaan Focus clitic particle -kAAn, inflectional feature. refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Clitic.html [CLIT=KAAN] +kaan%<enc%> % Foc%_kAAn +Foc/kaan
Qhan Focus clitic particle -hAn, inflectional feature. refer to http://universaldependencies.org/fi/feat/Clitic.html [CLIT=HAN] +han%<enc%> % Foc%_hAn +Foc/han
Tcond Conditional, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Mood.html [MOOD=COND] %<cond%> % Cond +Cond
Timp Impertative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Mood.html [MOOD=IMPV] %<imp%> % Impv +Impv
Tpast Indicative past, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Mood.html [MOOD=INDV][TENSE=PAST] %<past%> % Pst +Pst
Tpot Potential, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Mood.html [MOOD=POTN] %<pot%> % Pot +Pot
Tpres Indicative Present, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Mood.html [MOOD=INDV][TENSE=PRESENT] %<pri%> % Prs +Prs
Topt Optative, inflectional feature, archaic [MOOD=OPT]   % Opt +Opt
Uarch Archaic form [STYLE=ARCHAIC] %<use_archaic%>   +Use/Arch
Udial Dialectal (generic) form [STYLE=DIALECTAL] %<use_nonstd%>   +Dial/Finland
Urare Rare form [STYLE=RARE]     +Use/Marg
Unonstd Non-standard form [STYLE=NONSTANDARD] %<use_nonstd%>   +Err/Orth
Vact Active mood, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Voice.html [VOICE=ACT] %<actv%> % Act +Act
Vpss Passive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Voice.html [VOICE=PSS] %<pasv%> % Pass +Pass
Xabe Abessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=ABE] %<abe%> % Abe +Abe
Xabl Ablative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=ABL] %<abl%> % Abl +Abl
Xade Adessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=ADE] %<ade%> % Ade +Ade
Xall Allative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=ALL] %<all%> % All +All
Xcom Comitative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=COM] %<com%> % Com +Com
Xela Elative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=ELA] %<ela%> % Ela +Ela
Xess Essive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=ESS] %<ess%> % Ess +Ess
Xgen Genitive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=GEN] %<gen%> % Gen +Gen
Xill Illative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=ILL] %<ill%> % Ill +Ill
Xine Inessive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=INE] %<ine%> % Ine +Ine
Xins Instructive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=INS] %<ins%> % Ins +Ins
Xnom Nominative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=NOM] %<nom%> % Nom +Nom
Xpar Partitive, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=PAR] %<par%> % Par +Par
Xtra Transtlative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=TRA] %<tra%> % Tra +Tra
Xlat Lative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=LAT] %<lat%> % Lat +Lat
Xacc Accusative, inflectional feature, refer to http://universaldependencies.org/u/feat/Case.html [CASE=ACC] %<acc%> % Acc +Acc
X??? Case to be determined, inflectional feature     % Nom +Nom