Dictionary Entries explained

Consider the following entry, which has its parts numbered.

[1] is the main lexical entry in practical orthography.  For verbs, this is the continuative form.

[2] is the same word in the phonetic orthography.

[3] is the part of speech

[4] is the English translation

[5] is the Spanish translation

[6] is an example sentence, [7] is its English translation and [8] is its Spanish translation.

[9] is the source text that the example comes from.

[10] is the prefix that is added to a verb to form the completive or potential aspect.

[11] is a list of compounds that include the main word or derivationally related words.

lexical entry for 'anj with numbers for different parts