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CGL Search tips

  • Search for multiple words at once: by using OR, you can search for one word along with a second word, for example dicitur OR appellatur will search for pages that have either dicitur or appellatur.
  • Quotes: when you put your search parameters in quotes, for example "ita definitur", it tells the search engine to search for the whole phrase.
  • Asterisk and question mark: when you use an asterisk or a question mark in a search term, for example abnegat* or uerb?, it will leave a placeholder that may be automatically filled by the search engine. The asterisk represents any group of characters, including no character (abnegatiua, abnegationem, abnegat…); the question mark represents a single character (uerba, uerbi, uerbo).
  • Approximate string matching (~) finds strings that match any given pattern approximately, for example dicit~ gives dico, dicis, adicit, facit etc.