Hebrew word sorter,
for those who begin to study Hebrew and for those who are in the process of learning the Hebrew language.
The Hebrew word sorter, author of Vladimir Musin, differs from other dictionaries in that by word or letter entered into the translation cell, sorts words into specified groups by affiliation.
Translations of these words, depending on their affiliation, are opened: In the root dictionaries, in the verb conjugation tables, in the declension tables of prepositions and words inflected in Hebrew using pronominal endings, etc.
If a word belongs to different groups by affiliation, the user has a unique opportunity to open a translation of this word in each individual group.
For example, if a word has a root, its translation will open in the root dictionary, and if it is a verb, then in the root dictionary and in the conjugation tables of verbs.
Translations of words are opened in other grammatical groups by affiliation, for example, pronouns, adverbs.
The Hebrew word sorter differs from other dictionaries in that the user has a unique opportunity by word, which is a "model" to sort all words that have different roots, but the same vocalizations and suffixes (prefixes, inserts and endings)
Note! Model (translation not literal) in Hebrew משקל
Mishkal literally translates as "weight", which is "hung" on the root in the form of vocalizations, and suffixes.