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Dictionary Suggestions #400

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morinted opened this Issue Mar 6, 2016 · 45 comments

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morinted commented Mar 6, 2016

Report suggestions for changing the default dictionary in this thread

  • Removal of bad entries
    • Mistakes
    • Overly-specific briefs (job briefs)
  • Addition of useful entries
    • New vocabulary
    • Supporting alternative pronunciations

Just reply or edit posts to give suggestions, we'll remove them as they get fixed.

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Merge pull request #450 from morinted/dictionary-update
Update dictionary with feedback from #400
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I've removed a few thousand misstrokes I think from the main dictionary for myself where the commit history mostly shows why I felt the stroke was off: https://github.com/dimonster/plover-dictionaries/commits/master/dictionaries/dict.json

dimonster commented Jul 22, 2016

I've removed a few thousand misstrokes I think from the main dictionary for myself where the commit history mostly shows why I felt the stroke was off: https://github.com/dimonster/plover-dictionaries/commits/master/dictionaries/dict.json

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Implementing most dictionary requests from #400
Added:
```
"KPHR-": "a couple",
"KPHR-F": "a couple of",
"KH*EF": "chef",
"PHRU/TOBG/RAES/-S": "plutocracies",
"PHRU/TOE/KRAT/EUBG": "plutocratic",
"PHRU/TOE/KRAT": "plutocrat",
"PHRU/TOPB/PHEU": "plutonomy",
"OEL/TKPWARBGS": "oligarchs",
"OEL/TKPWARBG/EUBG": "oligarchic",
"OEL/TKPWARBG/EUBG/*AL": "oligarchical",
"TPHAOEFT": "naivety",
"TPHAOEF/TEU": "naivety",
"KWR*URS": "yourself",
"KWR*URS/-S": "yourselves",
"KWR*URSZ": "yourselves",
"HEUPLS": "himself",
"THEPLS": "themselves",
"SPHEUFD": "dismissed",
"TKPHEUFD": "dismissed",
"STKPHEUFD": "dismissed",
"TKUP": "duplicate",
"APB/STET/EUBG": "kinesthetic",
"APB/STHES/EUBG": "kinesthetic",
"APBS/THE/TEUBG": "kinesthetic",
"APBS/THET/EUBG": "kinesthetic",
"APB/ES/THET/EUBG": "kinesthetic",
"PWR-BT": "[",
```

Changed:
```
"PAL/TO": "{palato^}", → "PAL/TO": "{palato^}",
"KHEF": "chef", → "KHEF": "achieve",
"SKWR*UFT": "just", → "SKWR*UFT": "adjust",
"OPB/KO": "onco", → "AUPB/KO": "onco",
"OPB/KOE": "onco", → "AUPB/KOE": "onco",
"AOEFT": "East", → "AOEFT": "east",
"PWR*BGS": "{[}", → "PWR*BGS": "{^[^}",
"PWR-BG": "{[}", → "PWR-BG": "{^[^}",
"PWR-BGS": "{]}", → "PWR-BGS": "{^]^}",
```

Removed:
```
"TKPWHR-FPLTD": "glkjblkwoieuorui",
"HRAEU/OUT": "lay out",
"HRAEU/O*UT/SAOEUD": "lay outside",
"APB/ALG": "an additional",
```

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A few additional changes from #400 added to the dictionary.
Added:
```
"SAOEM/-LS": "seamless",
"TKORBL": "adorable",
"A/TKOERBL": "adorable",
"TKOERBL": "adorable",
"TWUPBD": "on the one hand",
```

Changed:
```
"WEFT": "West", → "WEFT": "west",
"TP-BG": "{,}", → "TP-BG": "{!}",
```

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More updates on the main dictionary #400
Added:
```
"HOPBLS": "honestly",
"HOPBS": "honest",
"HOPBTS": "honesty",
"RAOERL": "really",
"TAOEFRP": "teacher",
"KPAL": "capital",
"SPRAED": "spread",
"KAUPB/TKPWRAD/HRAEUGS/-S": "congratulations",
"KAUPB/TKPWRAPBLG/HRAEUGS/-S": "congratulations",
"KOPB/TKPWRAD/HRAEUGS/-S": "congratulations",
"KOPB/TKPWRAPBLG/HRAEUGS/-S": "congratulations",
"TKPWRAD/HRAEUGS/-S": "congratulations",
"TKPWRAPBLG/HRAEUGS/-S": "congratulations",
"KAUPB/TKPWRAD/HRAEUGS": "congratulations",
"KAUPB/TKPWRAPBLG/HRAEUGS": "congratulations",
"KOPB/TKPWRAD/HRAEUGS": "congratulations",
"KOPB/TKPWRAPBLG/HRAEUGS": "congratulations",
"TKPWRAD/HRAEUGS": "congratulations",
"TKPWRAPBLG/HRAEUGS": "congratulations",
"SEUFP/WAEUGS": "situation",
"AEUFRD": "afraid",
"SEUFRL": "silver",
"SPWAOEUD": "beside",
```

Changed:
```
"MUFLS": "muscles", → "MUFLS": "muffled",
```

Removed:
```
"AT/TPHAT": "alternate",
```

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Merge pull request #611 from Slotkenov/dictionary
Update dictionary with feedback from #400

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Here's a list of other verbs to check for the same thing: http://wordtoolbox.com/verbs-ending-with/c

Specifically, the 2-syllable words ending in an unstressed "ic": mimicked, panicked, frolicked, picnicked, bivouacked, shellacked, trafficked

The 1-syllable words in that list should not have the "k" applied to them: arced, sicced, synced

joezeng commented Jun 27, 2018

Here's a list of other verbs to check for the same thing: http://wordtoolbox.com/verbs-ending-with/c

Specifically, the 2-syllable words ending in an unstressed "ic": mimicked, panicked, frolicked, picnicked, bivouacked, shellacked, trafficked

The 1-syllable words in that list should not have the "k" applied to them: arced, sicced, synced

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"result": RAOE/SULT
"result": RAOE/S*ULT

To be more consistent in using RAOE as an alternative "re-" prefix for words with multiple-stroke definitions.

joezeng commented Jun 28, 2018

"result": RAOE/SULT
"result": RAOE/S*ULT

To be more consistent in using RAOE as an alternative "re-" prefix for words with multiple-stroke definitions.

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joezeng Jul 9, 2018

“ABGS”: action
“AEBGS”: axe
“A*BGS”: axe

Right now AEBGS is “acute coronary syndromes”, which is definitely a work brief that shouldn’t exist in the main dictionary.

Also, “action” strikes me as the more common word by a long shot, so I think it should get the standard stroke.

joezeng commented Jul 9, 2018

“ABGS”: action
“AEBGS”: axe
“A*BGS”: axe

Right now AEBGS is “acute coronary syndromes”, which is definitely a work brief that shouldn’t exist in the main dictionary.

Also, “action” strikes me as the more common word by a long shot, so I think it should get the standard stroke.

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"-T/PHET": "the Met"
Should be removed or changed because it currently can cause word boundary errors, e.g. with the phrase "the metronome" coming out as "the Met ro gnome"

amikumanto commented Jul 14, 2018

"-T/PHET": "the Met"
Should be removed or changed because it currently can cause word boundary errors, e.g. with the phrase "the metronome" coming out as "the Met ro gnome"

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"-T/PHET/PWOLG": "the metabolic",
"-T/PHET/REUBG": "the metric",

Removing that would also mean that these two lines can be removed because they seem to only exist to compensate for that exact problem

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"-T/PHET/PWOLG": "the metabolic",
"-T/PHET/REUBG": "the metric",

Removing that would also mean that these two lines can be removed because they seem to only exist to compensate for that exact problem

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As discussed on Discord, I'd suggest

"TKE/PHOET/SRAEUT": "demotivate"

because right now that translates to "demote SRAEUT" instead.

Willem3141 commented Jul 22, 2018

As discussed on Discord, I'd suggest

"TKE/PHOET/SRAEUT": "demotivate"

because right now that translates to "demote SRAEUT" instead.

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Rifle/rifles and rival/rivals are crossmatched; one has the asterisk in singular and another in plural. We should swap them to make them consistent.

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stenoknight commented Jul 25, 2018

Rifle/rifles and rival/rivals are crossmatched; one has the asterisk in singular and another in plural. We should swap them to make them consistent.

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For "figurative", TPEUG/TEUF should be added.

JeremyGG commented Jul 25, 2018

For "figurative", TPEUG/TEUF should be added.

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Remove SKO SO* THE for "so they" because I can't see how that stroke would be useful.

And maybe change KWR-S to "why is" or at least remove the space before the comma. Also, I think a better way to write "s, " would be -RBGSZ.

Possible additions:
"A/STPALT": "asphalt",
"SHAOR": "ashore",
"TUPL": " tuple"

You probably also want to change either TUPLZ or TUPLS to the plural form "tuples". And then TUPL/-S needs to go too.

SeaLiteral commented Jul 29, 2018

Remove SKO SO* THE for "so they" because I can't see how that stroke would be useful.

And maybe change KWR-S to "why is" or at least remove the space before the comma. Also, I think a better way to write "s, " would be -RBGSZ.

Possible additions:
"A/STPALT": "asphalt",
"SHAOR": "ashore",
"TUPL": " tuple"

You probably also want to change either TUPLZ or TUPLS to the plural form "tuples". And then TUPL/-S needs to go too.

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Phonetically "tuple" should be TAOUPL because it's a long U. TUPL would be "tum" or "tupple" (if the latter were a word).

Oh, I think I see the confusion now. You pronounce "tuple" like it's "tupple" (with a short U), which I've also heard people do.

joezeng commented Jul 29, 2018

Phonetically "tuple" should be TAOUPL because it's a long U. TUPL would be "tum" or "tupple" (if the latter were a word).

Oh, I think I see the confusion now. You pronounce "tuple" like it's "tupple" (with a short U), which I've also heard people do.

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"WHAOF": "whoof"
"WHAOPS/KWREU/DAEUS/KWREU": "whoopsy-daisy"
"KROD/SKW*EUPBG/*L": "crodsquinkle"
"TPROB/SKOT/*L": "frobscottle"
"TPROB/SKOTL": "frobscottle"
"TPHRUPL/*ER": "flummer"

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"WHAOF": "whoof"
"WHAOPS/KWREU/DAEUS/KWREU": "whoopsy-daisy"
"KROD/SKW*EUPBG/*L": "crodsquinkle"
"TPROB/SKOT/*L": "frobscottle"
"TPROB/SKOTL": "frobscottle"
"TPHRUPL/*ER": "flummer"

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okay but now seriously

the following consists of (hopefully) unopinioned vocabulary additions and support for the -TD-as-ded pattern to tuck -ed endings on some words.

"A/HRAOEPBLGS": "allegiance"
"A/POEUPBTD": "appointed"
"A/RAEUD": "arrayed"
"SROEUTD": "voided" (also for avoided)
"A/SROEUTD": "avoided"
"A/TAG": "attacking"
remove explicit entry for testing and tested (now we can fold -G on attesting and attested)
"A/TEPBTD": "attended"
"A/TOEPLT": "atonement"
"A/TPEURPLGS": "affirmation" (not my usual stroke, but makes sense to have in)
"A/TPHAOEULT": "annihilate"
remove explicit entry for visits (now we can fold -S on activists)
"ABL/TROS": "albatross"
"AEUTD": "aided"
"A/SRAPBT/TKPWARD": "avant-garde"
"AFPBT/TKPWARD": "avant-garde"
"A*FPBT/TKPWARD": "avant-garde"
"AFRB/KWRAPS": "ambiance"
"APL/KWRAPS": "ambiance"
"AFRP/TPAOEU": "amplify"
"AFRPL/TPAOEU": "amplify"
"AFRPB/AEUPBG/*L": "archangel"
"AG/SRAEUTD": "aggravated" (or, use SRAEUT for serrate and remove the explicit entry for serrated. I prefer adding this entry for aggravated)
"AL/KPAPBD/KWRA": "Alexandria"
"ALT/TEUF": "alternative" (perhaps someone will also find my pseudo-brief useful)
"AO*EULD": "idle"
"AOEULDZ": "islands"
"AOURBG/KWRA": "eureka" (a suggestion. this is my way of confronting this strange word)
"APB/HRO*G": "analogue"
"APB/TKAOEUDZ": "anodized"
"APBD/KWREU/TKAOU/TPRAEUPB": "Andy Dufresne"
"APBLGT": "agility" (for those who "lean right", as in ARPBD for around and similar)
"ARPT": "apart"
"ART/KHRAEUTD": "articulated"
"ART/PWAOUTS": "attributes" (or remove explicit entry for beauties)
"AUFR/KROUTD": "overcrowded"
"EBGS/KHRAOUTD": "excluded"
"EBGS/SEPB/TREUFT": "eccentricity"
"EBGS/SEPB/TR*EUS": "eccentrist" (for people who, in conversation, occasionally can't think of the noun "eccentric")
"EBGS/EUG/WOUS": "exiguous"
"EBGT/-BL": "equitable" (for those who don't know steno-school KWET for equity)
"EFR/SREFPBS": "effervescence"
"EPB/TEPBGS": "intention" (for people who forget how to spell when the going gets hard)
"EPL/PWROEUD/*ERG": "embroidering" (because embroid is not a root)
"EPLS/REU": "emissary"
"ROEUR/KWROUS": "erroneously"
"ER/ROEPBS/HREU": "erroneously"
"ER/TKPWOPL/TER": "ergometer"
"EUFRP/SRAOEUS": "improvise"
"EUFRP/SRAOEUZ": "improvise"
"EUPB/EBGS/PHREUFT": "inexplicit" (or remove misstroke EUPB/EBGS for index)
"EUPB/KAOPBLT": "inconsistently"
"EUPB/ST*EUPBGT": "instinct"
"STPHAPBLT": "instantly"
"SPWEPBTD": "intended"
"EUT/TEUF": "iterative"
"EURT/TEUF": "iterative"
"HAEPBS": "happiness"
"HAEUPBS": "heinous"
"HAPL/PWRURG": "hamburger"
"HAS/KWREPBD": "hacienda"
"HAS/KWREPB/TKA": "hacienda"
"HEBGS/TKPWOPBL": "hexagonal"
"HR*EUL/PUT": "Lilliput"
"HRA/TEBGS": "LaTeX" (for people who pronounce it correctly)
"HRAOER/K-L": "lyrical" (common enough for one to slop a little and forget to use the root word)
remove explicit entry for lights (now we can fold -S on eletrolytes)
remove explicit entry for rating (now we can fold -G on liberating)
"HUB/ARD": "hubbard"
"HUB/BARD": "hubbard"
"K-BLT": "accountability"
"KABG/TPOEUPB": "cacophony"
"KAUPB/TAEUPBLG/KWROPB": "contagion"
"KAUPB/WHRAOUGS": "convolution"
"KAUPB/WHRAOUT": "convolute"
"KAURPBT/SRER/SEU": "controversy" (for those without the brief but with the contra prefix)
"KAURPBT/SRERS/KWREU": "controversy" (for those without the brief but with the contra prefix)
"KEP/HRER": "Kepler"
"KEPB": "ken" (keep asterisked version for the proper name Ken)
"KHAOER/HRAOEGD": "cheerleading"
"KHAOES/PWRURG": "cheeseburger"
"KHAOEZ/PWRURG": "cheeseburger"
"KHAOUZ": "chews"
"KHRAOEUTD": "collided"
"KHRAT/*ERG": "clattering"
"KHREUFP": "cliche" (orthographic)
"KHROR/PHRAFT": "chloroplast"
"KOEUPL/PWRA": "Coimbra"
"KPAPLGS": "examination" (alternate brief)
"KWAOEPB/HRAOEPB": "Queen Leene" (a pleasant surprise designed for TypeRacer aficionados)
"O*EUPBD/KREUPBL": "endocrinal"
"O*EUT/PHEU": "autonomy"
"O*URZ": "ourselves" (common enough to concede a misstroke on the -SZ; or, for certain lazy people)
"OEB/KWREU/WAPB": "Obi-Wan"
"OFT/HRER": "ostler"
"P-RBT": "punishment"
"PAELG": "pealing"
"PAOEPB/KHRAD": "piña colada"
"PEPBT/TOPB/EUBG": "pentatonic"
"PEPBT/TO*PBG": "pentatonic"
"PEPBT/TOPBG": "pentatonic"
"PER/SKWRA": "Pera"
"PHAERBGSZ": "matrices"
"PHAOER/K-L": "miracle"
"PHAOEUPBTD": "minded"
"PHARPBLG/SA*EUGS": "marginalization" (#savethestrokes)
"PHERPLZ": "memorize"
"PHER/KAPBT/HREUFT": "mercantilist"
"PHER/KAPBT/HREUFPL": "mercantilism"
"PHO*FR/KWRUS": "Morpheus"
"PHOPBT/TPHOUS": "monotonous" (#strokelivesmatter)
"PHOR/ROE": "morrow" (save asterisked version for Morrow)
"PHO*ET": "mote"
"PHROPB/EUBG": "moronic"
"POEUL/HAOERL": "polyhedral"
"PREP/TAEUGS": "precipitation"
"PREUPB/SEPS": "princeps"
"PRO/POEFL": "proposal" (reasonable alternative to the brief)
"PRO/TOS": "Protoss" (it already translates, might as well capitalize)
"PUBG/KA": "pukka"
"RARTD": "regarded"
"S*EUG/WOUS": "exiguous"
"SHAU/SHA*PBG": "Shawshank"
"SKETD": "scheduled"
"SORPL/SAULT": "somersault"
"SOUPBTD": "sounded"
"SPAOED/R*UPBG": "speedrunning"
"SPAOED/R*UPB": "speedrun"
"SPOPBTD": "responded"
"SR*ELTD": "veldt"
"SR*EUPL/KWRUPL": "Vimium"
"SR-RB": "vanish"
"TPAU/RAEU": "foray"

MagneticDuck commented Jul 30, 2018

okay but now seriously

the following consists of (hopefully) unopinioned vocabulary additions and support for the -TD-as-ded pattern to tuck -ed endings on some words.

"A/HRAOEPBLGS": "allegiance"
"A/POEUPBTD": "appointed"
"A/RAEUD": "arrayed"
"SROEUTD": "voided" (also for avoided)
"A/SROEUTD": "avoided"
"A/TAG": "attacking"
remove explicit entry for testing and tested (now we can fold -G on attesting and attested)
"A/TEPBTD": "attended"
"A/TOEPLT": "atonement"
"A/TPEURPLGS": "affirmation" (not my usual stroke, but makes sense to have in)
"A/TPHAOEULT": "annihilate"
remove explicit entry for visits (now we can fold -S on activists)
"ABL/TROS": "albatross"
"AEUTD": "aided"
"A/SRAPBT/TKPWARD": "avant-garde"
"AFPBT/TKPWARD": "avant-garde"
"A*FPBT/TKPWARD": "avant-garde"
"AFRB/KWRAPS": "ambiance"
"APL/KWRAPS": "ambiance"
"AFRP/TPAOEU": "amplify"
"AFRPL/TPAOEU": "amplify"
"AFRPB/AEUPBG/*L": "archangel"
"AG/SRAEUTD": "aggravated" (or, use SRAEUT for serrate and remove the explicit entry for serrated. I prefer adding this entry for aggravated)
"AL/KPAPBD/KWRA": "Alexandria"
"ALT/TEUF": "alternative" (perhaps someone will also find my pseudo-brief useful)
"AO*EULD": "idle"
"AOEULDZ": "islands"
"AOURBG/KWRA": "eureka" (a suggestion. this is my way of confronting this strange word)
"APB/HRO*G": "analogue"
"APB/TKAOEUDZ": "anodized"
"APBD/KWREU/TKAOU/TPRAEUPB": "Andy Dufresne"
"APBLGT": "agility" (for those who "lean right", as in ARPBD for around and similar)
"ARPT": "apart"
"ART/KHRAEUTD": "articulated"
"ART/PWAOUTS": "attributes" (or remove explicit entry for beauties)
"AUFR/KROUTD": "overcrowded"
"EBGS/KHRAOUTD": "excluded"
"EBGS/SEPB/TREUFT": "eccentricity"
"EBGS/SEPB/TR*EUS": "eccentrist" (for people who, in conversation, occasionally can't think of the noun "eccentric")
"EBGS/EUG/WOUS": "exiguous"
"EBGT/-BL": "equitable" (for those who don't know steno-school KWET for equity)
"EFR/SREFPBS": "effervescence"
"EPB/TEPBGS": "intention" (for people who forget how to spell when the going gets hard)
"EPL/PWROEUD/*ERG": "embroidering" (because embroid is not a root)
"EPLS/REU": "emissary"
"ROEUR/KWROUS": "erroneously"
"ER/ROEPBS/HREU": "erroneously"
"ER/TKPWOPL/TER": "ergometer"
"EUFRP/SRAOEUS": "improvise"
"EUFRP/SRAOEUZ": "improvise"
"EUPB/EBGS/PHREUFT": "inexplicit" (or remove misstroke EUPB/EBGS for index)
"EUPB/KAOPBLT": "inconsistently"
"EUPB/ST*EUPBGT": "instinct"
"STPHAPBLT": "instantly"
"SPWEPBTD": "intended"
"EUT/TEUF": "iterative"
"EURT/TEUF": "iterative"
"HAEPBS": "happiness"
"HAEUPBS": "heinous"
"HAPL/PWRURG": "hamburger"
"HAS/KWREPBD": "hacienda"
"HAS/KWREPB/TKA": "hacienda"
"HEBGS/TKPWOPBL": "hexagonal"
"HR*EUL/PUT": "Lilliput"
"HRA/TEBGS": "LaTeX" (for people who pronounce it correctly)
"HRAOER/K-L": "lyrical" (common enough for one to slop a little and forget to use the root word)
remove explicit entry for lights (now we can fold -S on eletrolytes)
remove explicit entry for rating (now we can fold -G on liberating)
"HUB/ARD": "hubbard"
"HUB/BARD": "hubbard"
"K-BLT": "accountability"
"KABG/TPOEUPB": "cacophony"
"KAUPB/TAEUPBLG/KWROPB": "contagion"
"KAUPB/WHRAOUGS": "convolution"
"KAUPB/WHRAOUT": "convolute"
"KAURPBT/SRER/SEU": "controversy" (for those without the brief but with the contra prefix)
"KAURPBT/SRERS/KWREU": "controversy" (for those without the brief but with the contra prefix)
"KEP/HRER": "Kepler"
"KEPB": "ken" (keep asterisked version for the proper name Ken)
"KHAOER/HRAOEGD": "cheerleading"
"KHAOES/PWRURG": "cheeseburger"
"KHAOEZ/PWRURG": "cheeseburger"
"KHAOUZ": "chews"
"KHRAOEUTD": "collided"
"KHRAT/*ERG": "clattering"
"KHREUFP": "cliche" (orthographic)
"KHROR/PHRAFT": "chloroplast"
"KOEUPL/PWRA": "Coimbra"
"KPAPLGS": "examination" (alternate brief)
"KWAOEPB/HRAOEPB": "Queen Leene" (a pleasant surprise designed for TypeRacer aficionados)
"O*EUPBD/KREUPBL": "endocrinal"
"O*EUT/PHEU": "autonomy"
"O*URZ": "ourselves" (common enough to concede a misstroke on the -SZ; or, for certain lazy people)
"OEB/KWREU/WAPB": "Obi-Wan"
"OFT/HRER": "ostler"
"P-RBT": "punishment"
"PAELG": "pealing"
"PAOEPB/KHRAD": "piña colada"
"PEPBT/TOPB/EUBG": "pentatonic"
"PEPBT/TO*PBG": "pentatonic"
"PEPBT/TOPBG": "pentatonic"
"PER/SKWRA": "Pera"
"PHAERBGSZ": "matrices"
"PHAOER/K-L": "miracle"
"PHAOEUPBTD": "minded"
"PHARPBLG/SA*EUGS": "marginalization" (#savethestrokes)
"PHERPLZ": "memorize"
"PHER/KAPBT/HREUFT": "mercantilist"
"PHER/KAPBT/HREUFPL": "mercantilism"
"PHO*FR/KWRUS": "Morpheus"
"PHOPBT/TPHOUS": "monotonous" (#strokelivesmatter)
"PHOR/ROE": "morrow" (save asterisked version for Morrow)
"PHO*ET": "mote"
"PHROPB/EUBG": "moronic"
"POEUL/HAOERL": "polyhedral"
"PREP/TAEUGS": "precipitation"
"PREUPB/SEPS": "princeps"
"PRO/POEFL": "proposal" (reasonable alternative to the brief)
"PRO/TOS": "Protoss" (it already translates, might as well capitalize)
"PUBG/KA": "pukka"
"RARTD": "regarded"
"S*EUG/WOUS": "exiguous"
"SHAU/SHA*PBG": "Shawshank"
"SKETD": "scheduled"
"SORPL/SAULT": "somersault"
"SOUPBTD": "sounded"
"SPAOED/R*UPBG": "speedrunning"
"SPAOED/R*UPB": "speedrun"
"SPOPBTD": "responded"
"SR*ELTD": "veldt"
"SR*EUPL/KWRUPL": "Vimium"
"SR-RB": "vanish"
"TPAU/RAEU": "foray"

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KWAOEUPB is bound to the {^quine} suffix, but quine is also a word. suggestions:

"KWAO*EUPB": "quine"
"KWAO*EUPB/KWAO*EUPB": "KWAO*EUPB/KWAO*EUPB"

finally, remove"STOEUPB/TAOEUP", avoiding quine-like typos like "stenotypos are great"

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KWAOEUPB is bound to the {^quine} suffix, but quine is also a word. suggestions:

"KWAO*EUPB": "quine"
"KWAO*EUPB/KWAO*EUPB": "KWAO*EUPB/KWAO*EUPB"

finally, remove"STOEUPB/TAOEUP", avoiding quine-like typos like "stenotypos are great"

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I'm a bit confused by some of the entries:

"P-P": "{^.^}",
"P-P/KROPL": "{^.^}com",
"P-P/O*EU": "{^.io}",
"P-P/O*RG": "{^.^ org}",
"P-P/ORG": "{^.^}org",
"P-P/PHEUL": "{^.mil}",
"P-P/SKWR-S": "{^.^}js",
"P-P/TPH*ET": ".NET",

There's also:

"KROPL": "{^.com}",

So for the name of a website or for the name of a file, one wants to append a period and then the file extension or the top-level domain.

But these don't seem to be working as I would expect them to:

"P-P/O*EU": "{^.io}",
"P-P/PHEUL": "{^.mil}",
"P-P/KROPL": "{^.^}com",

If one is trying to do something like "person.mil" it comes out as "person.mill". Or if one wants to do "person.io" it comes out as "person.oy". Likewise although KROPL works if one wants to do "google.com" if one uses P-P/KROPL it comes out as "google..com".

These don't seem to work as expected either.

"P-P/TPH*ET": ".NET",  
"P-P/O*RG": "{^.^ org}",

In the case of P-P/TPH*ET it leads to "land..net" or in the case of P-P/O*RG it comes out as: "place.^ org".

So the Dictionary Format reference speaks about the distinction between "{^}ish" and "{^ish}". In the case of "{^ish}" it applies English orthography rules, while in the case of "{^}ish" it just appends the suffix.

Seems like one generally wants it not to apply orthographic rules in the case of putting a suffix onto a file or the top level domain for a website.

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I'm a bit confused by some of the entries:

"P-P": "{^.^}",
"P-P/KROPL": "{^.^}com",
"P-P/O*EU": "{^.io}",
"P-P/O*RG": "{^.^ org}",
"P-P/ORG": "{^.^}org",
"P-P/PHEUL": "{^.mil}",
"P-P/SKWR-S": "{^.^}js",
"P-P/TPH*ET": ".NET",

There's also:

"KROPL": "{^.com}",

So for the name of a website or for the name of a file, one wants to append a period and then the file extension or the top-level domain.

But these don't seem to be working as I would expect them to:

"P-P/O*EU": "{^.io}",
"P-P/PHEUL": "{^.mil}",
"P-P/KROPL": "{^.^}com",

If one is trying to do something like "person.mil" it comes out as "person.mill". Or if one wants to do "person.io" it comes out as "person.oy". Likewise although KROPL works if one wants to do "google.com" if one uses P-P/KROPL it comes out as "google..com".

These don't seem to work as expected either.

"P-P/TPH*ET": ".NET",  
"P-P/O*RG": "{^.^ org}",

In the case of P-P/TPH*ET it leads to "land..net" or in the case of P-P/O*RG it comes out as: "place.^ org".

So the Dictionary Format reference speaks about the distinction between "{^}ish" and "{^ish}". In the case of "{^ish}" it applies English orthography rules, while in the case of "{^}ish" it just appends the suffix.

Seems like one generally wants it not to apply orthographic rules in the case of putting a suffix onto a file or the top level domain for a website.

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SEUGT was updated to be sitting instead of signature in the main dictionary, but SEUGTS and SEUGT/-S still have defined entries for signatures which should likely be removed as sittings is a valid word to use.

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nsmarkop commented Aug 16, 2018

SEUGT was updated to be sitting instead of signature in the main dictionary, but SEUGTS and SEUGT/-S still have defined entries for signatures which should likely be removed as sittings is a valid word to use.

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Somme suggestions:
"PRO/TPERBL": "professional", (some might try to write it like this)
"PAEUFT/-L": "pastel", (phonetic)
"KWRURPBD": "I understand", (analogy with briefs like KWR-PB, KWR-PL, KWROEURPBD and several others)
"STWARTS": "starts with", (start with is already STWART)
"TPHEPBL": "in general", (new brief)

And remove:
"KARPB/SRAL/-F": "carnival", (conflict with carnival of)
"SKEURB/WARB/ER": "dishwasher", (unlikely misstroke)

Edit: explained additions

SeaLiteral commented Aug 16, 2018

Somme suggestions:
"PRO/TPERBL": "professional", (some might try to write it like this)
"PAEUFT/-L": "pastel", (phonetic)
"KWRURPBD": "I understand", (analogy with briefs like KWR-PB, KWR-PL, KWROEURPBD and several others)
"STWARTS": "starts with", (start with is already STWART)
"TPHEPBL": "in general", (new brief)

And remove:
"KARPB/SRAL/-F": "carnival", (conflict with carnival of)
"SKEURB/WARB/ER": "dishwasher", (unlikely misstroke)

Edit: explained additions

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"TKAOEURP": "diaper"

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"TKAOEURP": "diaper"

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PR #1003 sort of made me want the following briefs:

"SPHAOBG": "mistook", (for consistency with SPHAEUBG for "mistake")
"TPAUFL": "fall of",
"TPAUFLT": "fall of the",
"SKPROEUD": "android", (with SKP for and)
"SPWROEUD": "Android", (I get entroid isn't the right pronunciation, but easy enough to remember)
"RAOEUFT": "right of",
"RAOEUFTS": "rights of",

Maybe I'm folding in "of" a bit too often, speaking of which:
"SPAOEF": "speak of", (this used to be "percieve", so)
"SPAO*EF": "percieve", (fix that with an asterisk)
"SPAOEFG": "speaking of", (this used to be "percieving", so)
"SPAO*EFG": "percieving", (fix that with an asterisk)

SeaLiteral commented Aug 19, 2018

PR #1003 sort of made me want the following briefs:

"SPHAOBG": "mistook", (for consistency with SPHAEUBG for "mistake")
"TPAUFL": "fall of",
"TPAUFLT": "fall of the",
"SKPROEUD": "android", (with SKP for and)
"SPWROEUD": "Android", (I get entroid isn't the right pronunciation, but easy enough to remember)
"RAOEUFT": "right of",
"RAOEUFTS": "rights of",

Maybe I'm folding in "of" a bit too often, speaking of which:
"SPAOEF": "speak of", (this used to be "percieve", so)
"SPAO*EF": "percieve", (fix that with an asterisk)
"SPAOEFG": "speaking of", (this used to be "percieving", so)
"SPAO*EFG": "percieving", (fix that with an asterisk)

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"KW*ELT": "commonwealth"

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"KW*ELT": "commonwealth"

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"240": "240" seems a bit unnecessary.

Also, not sure what's going on with "SOFT/HRUF": "SOFT/HRUF"...

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"240": "240" seems a bit unnecessary.

Also, not sure what's going on with "SOFT/HRUF": "SOFT/HRUF"...

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Remove "TOED/AS": "today's"

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Remove "TOED/AS": "today's"

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Since Plover's translation engine currently looks at the longest possible series of strokes in any dictionary to determine how far it has to look back to merge multi-stroke translations, really long stroke sequences drag down the performance of the entire program. In particular, I found these 10 entries which, if removed, reduce the longest stroke sequence in the main dictionary from 11 to 8:

"-T/PHAPB/WHO/PHEUZ/TAOBG/HEUS/WAOEUF/TPOR/AEU/HAT": "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat",
"A*/KR*/*E/T*/O*/P*/H*/*EU/HR*/*EU/KR*": "acidophilic",
"A/SAOET/*L/ALD/HAOEU/TKE/HAOEURD/SKWREPB/AEUZ": "acetaldehyde dehydrogenase",
"EUPBT/KR*/O*/TPH*/TK*/*EU/HR*/A*/R*": "intercondylar",
"HEUFP/HAOEUBG/*ER/AES/TKPWAOEUD/TO/-T/TKPWAL/ABGS/KWREU": "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy",
"HRAOUS/KWREU/TPH/-T/SKAOEU/W/TKAOEU/PHOPBD/-S": "Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds",
"KAUPB/SREPBGS/-F/RAOEUT/-S/-F/PERPBS/W/TKABLT/-S": "Convention of Rights of Persons with Disabilities",
"KR*/A*/HR*/HR*/*EU/TPH*/O*/TKPW*/*E/TPH*": "kininogen",
"TKE/KHRAOEUPB/APBD/TPAUL/-FT/RO*EPL/A*PB/EPL/PAOEUR": "Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire",
"TKO/APB/TKROEUD/-S/TKRAOEPL/-F/HREBG/TREUBG/SHAOEP": "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep",

These are all obscure/overly specific entries that are overwhelmingly likely to end up being removed anyway, but doing so sooner rather than later would speed up the software a little bit.

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Since Plover's translation engine currently looks at the longest possible series of strokes in any dictionary to determine how far it has to look back to merge multi-stroke translations, really long stroke sequences drag down the performance of the entire program. In particular, I found these 10 entries which, if removed, reduce the longest stroke sequence in the main dictionary from 11 to 8:

"-T/PHAPB/WHO/PHEUZ/TAOBG/HEUS/WAOEUF/TPOR/AEU/HAT": "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat",
"A*/KR*/*E/T*/O*/P*/H*/*EU/HR*/*EU/KR*": "acidophilic",
"A/SAOET/*L/ALD/HAOEU/TKE/HAOEURD/SKWREPB/AEUZ": "acetaldehyde dehydrogenase",
"EUPBT/KR*/O*/TPH*/TK*/*EU/HR*/A*/R*": "intercondylar",
"HEUFP/HAOEUBG/*ER/AES/TKPWAOEUD/TO/-T/TKPWAL/ABGS/KWREU": "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy",
"HRAOUS/KWREU/TPH/-T/SKAOEU/W/TKAOEU/PHOPBD/-S": "Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds",
"KAUPB/SREPBGS/-F/RAOEUT/-S/-F/PERPBS/W/TKABLT/-S": "Convention of Rights of Persons with Disabilities",
"KR*/A*/HR*/HR*/*EU/TPH*/O*/TKPW*/*E/TPH*": "kininogen",
"TKE/KHRAOEUPB/APBD/TPAUL/-FT/RO*EPL/A*PB/EPL/PAOEUR": "Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire",
"TKO/APB/TKROEUD/-S/TKRAOEPL/-F/HREBG/TREUBG/SHAOEP": "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep",

These are all obscure/overly specific entries that are overwhelmingly likely to end up being removed anyway, but doing so sooner rather than later would speed up the software a little bit.

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"PROS/PEBGT/HREF/TPERTS": "Prospect Lefferts"

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"PROS/PEBGT/HREF/TPERTS": "Prospect Lefferts"

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  • "PHET/TPOER": "no", strikes me as... odd. Perhaps change this to "metaphor"?
  • "TPHOEU": "annoy", by analogy with "TPHOEUG": "annoying", (currently "noy," which isn't a word AFAIK)
  • "TK-PBGS": "definition", by analogy with "TK-PB": "define",
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  • "PHET/TPOER": "no", strikes me as... odd. Perhaps change this to "metaphor"?
  • "TPHOEU": "annoy", by analogy with "TPHOEUG": "annoying", (currently "noy," which isn't a word AFAIK)
  • "TK-PBGS": "definition", by analogy with "TK-PB": "define",
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"TPHEBG/RO/PHAPB/SER": "necromancer"
to be consistent with the {necro^} definition, TPHEBG/RO

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"TPHEBG/RO/PHAPB/SER": "necromancer"
to be consistent with the {necro^} definition, TPHEBG/RO

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