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Subject [25/34] lucenenet git commit: Raw porting of Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common
Date Fri, 07 Nov 2014 23:12:29 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/lucenenet/blob/99717176/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData5.cs
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+/*
+Copyright © 2003,
+Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval,
+University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
+are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
+list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
+this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
+and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+
+3. The names "Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval" and
+"University of Massachusetts" must not be used to endorse or promote products
+derived from this software without prior written permission. To obtain
+permission, contact info@ciir.cs.umass.edu.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AND OTHER CONTRIBUTORS
+"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
+THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
+LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
+CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
+GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+SUCH DAMAGE.
+*/
+/* This is a java version of Bob Krovetz' KStem.
+ *
+ * Java version by Sergio Guzman-Lara.
+ * CIIR-UMass Amherst http://ciir.cs.umass.edu
+ */
+namespace org.apache.lucene.analysis.en
+{
+
+	/// <summary>
+	/// A list of words used by Kstem
+	/// </summary>
+	internal class KStemData5
+	{
+		private KStemData5()
+		{
+		}
+	   internal static string[] data = new string[] {"lock","locker","locket","lockjaw","locknut", "lockout","locks","locksmith","lockstitch","lockup", "loco","locomotion","locomotive","locum","locus", "locust","locution","lode","lodestar","lodestone", "lodge","lodgement","lodger","lodging","lodgings", "lodgment","loess","loft","lofted","lofty", "log","loganberry","logarithm","logarithmic","logbook", "logger","loggerheads","loggia","logic","logical", "logically","logician","logistic","logistics","logjam", "logrolling","loin","loincloth","loins","loiter", "loll","lollipop","lollop","lolly","lone", "lonely","loner","lonesome","long","longboat", "longbow","longevity","longhaired","longhand","longheaded", "longhop","longing","longish","longitude","longitudinal", "longship","longshoreman","longsighted","longstanding","longstop", "longsuffering","longueur","longways","longwearing","longwinded", "longwise","loo","loofa","loofah","look", "looker","lookout","looks","loom","loon", "loony","loop"
 ,"loophole","loose","loosebox", "loosen","loot","lop","lope","loppings", "loquacious","loquat","lord","lordly","lords", "lordship","lore","lorgnette","lorn","lorry", "lose","loser","loss","lost","lot", "loth","lotion","lottery","lotto","lotus", "loud","loudhailer","loudmouth","loudspeaker","lough", "lounge","lounger","lour","louse","lousy", "lout","louver","louvre","lovable","love", "loveable","lovebird","lovechild","loveless","lovelorn", "lovely","lovemaking","lover","lovers","lovesick", "lovey","loving","low","lowborn","lowbred", "lowbrow","lowdown","lower","lowermost","lowland", "lowlander","lowly","loyal","loyalist","loyalty", "lozenge","lsd","ltd","lubber","lubricant", "lubricate","lubricator","lubricious","lucerne","lucid", "luck","luckless","lucky","lucrative","lucre", "ludicrous","ludo","luff","lug","luggage", "lugger","lughole","lugsail","lugubrious","lugworm", "lukewarm","lull","lullaby","lumbago","lumbar", "lumber","lumberjack","lumberman","lumberyard","luminary", "lumino
 us","lumme","lummox","lummy","lump", "lumpish","lumpy","lunacy","lunar","lunate", "lunatic","lunch","lunchtime","lung","lunge", "lungfish","lungpower","lupin","lurch","lure", "lurgy","lurid","lurk","luscious","lush", "lust","luster","lustful","lustre","lustrous", "lusty","lutanist","lute","lutenist","luv", "luxuriant","luxuriate","luxurious","luxury","lychee", "lychgate","lye","lymph","lymphatic","lynch", "lynx","lyre","lyrebird","lyric","lyrical", "lyricism","lyricist","lyrics","mac","macabre", "macadam","macadamise","macadamize","macaroni","macaroon", "macaw","mace","macerate","mach","machete", "machiavellian","machination","machine","machinegun","machinery", "machinist","mackerel","mackintosh","macrobiotic","macrocosm", "mad","madam","madame","madcap","madden", "maddening","madder","made","madeira","mademoiselle", "madhouse","madly","madman","madness","madonna", "madrigal","maelstrom","maenad","maestro","mafia", "mag","magazine","magenta","maggot","maggoty", "magi","magic","magic
 al","magician","magisterial", "magistracy","magistrate","magma","magnanimity","magnanimous", "magnate","magnesia","magnesium","magnet","magnetic", "magnetise","magnetism","magnetize","magneto","magnificat", "magnification","magnificent","magnifier","magnify","magniloquent", "magnitude","magnolia","magnum","magpie","magus", "maharaja","maharajah","maharanee","maharani","mahatma", "mahlstick","mahogany","mahout","maid","maiden", "maidenhair","maidenhead","maidenhood","maidenly","maidservant", "mail","mailbag","mailbox","maim","main", "mainland","mainline","mainly","mainmast","mains", "mainsail","mainspring","mainstay","mainstream","maintain", "maintenance","maisonette","maisonnette","maize","majestic", "majesty","majolica","major","majordomo","majorette", "majority","make","maker","makeshift","making", "makings","malachite","maladjusted","maladministration","maladroit", "malady","malaise","malapropism","malapropos","malaria", "malarial","malay","malcontent","malcontented","male", "mal
 ediction","malefactor","maleficent","malevolent","malfeasance", "malformation","malformed","malfunction","malice","malicious", "malign","malignancy","malignant","malignity","malinger", "mall","mallard","malleable","mallet","mallow", "malmsey","malnutrition","malodorous","malpractice","malt", "malthusian","maltreat","maltster","mama","mamba", "mambo","mamma","mammal","mammary","mammon", "mammoth","mammy","man","manacle","manage", "manageable","management","manager","manageress","managerial", "manatee","mandarin","mandate","mandatory","mandible", "mandolin","mandrake","mandrill","maneuver","maneuverable", "manful","manganese","mange","manger","mangle", "mango","mangosteen","mangrove","mangy","manhandle", "manhole","manhood","manhour","mania","maniac", "maniacal","manic","manicure","manicurist","manifest", "manifestation","manifesto","manifold","manikin","manila", "manilla","manipulate","manipulation","mankind","manly", "manna","manned","mannequin","manner","mannered", "mannerism","man
 nerly","manners","mannikin","mannish", "manoeuverable","manoeuvre","manometer","manor","manorial", "manpower","mansard","manse","manservant","mansion", "mansions","manslaughter","mantelpiece","mantelshelf","mantilla", "mantis","mantle","mantrap","manual","manufacture", "manufacturer","manumit","manure","manuscript","manx", "many","maoism","maori","map","maple", "mapping","maquis","mar","marabou","marabout", "maraschino","marathon","maraud","marble","marbled", "marbles","marc","marcasite","march","marchioness", "margarine","margin","marginal","marguerite","marigold", "marihuana","marijuana","marimba","marina","marinade", "marinate","marine","mariner","marionette","marital", "maritime","marjoram","mark","markdown","marked", "marker","market","marketeer","marketer","marketing", "marketplace","marking","marksman","marksmanship","markup", "marl","marlinespike","marmalade","marmoreal","marmoset", "marmot","marocain","maroon","marquee","marquess", "marquetry","marquis","marriage","marriage
 able","married", "marrow","marrowbone","marrowfat","marry","mars", "marsala","marseillaise","marsh","marshal","marshmallow", "marshy","marsupial","mart","marten","martial", "martian","martin","martinet","martini","martinmas", "martyr","martyrdom","marvel","marvellous","marvelous", "marxism","marzipan","mascara","mascot","masculine", "masculinity","maser","mash","mashie","mask", "masked","masochism","mason","masonic","masonry", "masque","masquerade","mass","massacre","massage", "masses","masseur","massif","massive","massy", "mast","mastectomy","master","masterful","masterly", "mastermind","masterpiece","mastership","masterstroke","mastery", "masthead","mastic","masticate","mastiff","mastitis", "mastodon","mastoid","mastoiditis","masturbate","mat", "matador","match","matchbox","matching","matchless", "matchlock","matchmaker","matchstick","matchwood","mate", "material","materialise","materialism","materialist","materialize", "maternal","maternity","matey","mathematician","mathematics",
  "matins","matriarch","matriarchy","matricide","matriculate", "matrimony","matrix","matron","matronly","matt", "matter","matting","mattins","mattock","mattress", "maturation","mature","maturity","maudlin","maul", "maulstick","maunder","mausoleum","mauve","maverick", "maw","mawkish","maxi","maxim","maximal", "maximise","maximize","maximum","may","maybe", "maybeetle","mayday","mayfly","mayhem","mayonnaise", "mayor","mayoralty","mayoress","maypole","mayst", "maze","mazed","mazurka","mccarthyism","mead", "meadow","meadowsweet","meager","meagre","meal", "mealie","mealtime","mealy","mealybug","mean", "meander","meanderings","meaning","meaningful","meaningless", "means","meant","meantime","meanwhile","measles", "measly","measurable","measure","measured","measureless", "measurement","meat","meatball","meaty","mecca", "mechanic","mechanical","mechanics","mechanise","mechanism", "mechanistic","mechanize","medal","medalist","medallion", "medallist","meddle","meddlesome","media","mediaeval", "m
 edial","median","mediate","medic","medical", "medicament","medicare","medicate","medication","medicinal", "medicine","medico","medieval","mediocre","mediocrity", "meditate","meditation","meditative","mediterranean","medium", "medlar","medley","meed","meek","meerschaum", "meet","meeting","meetinghouse","megadeath","megahertz", "megalith","megalithic","megalomania","megalomaniac","megaphone", "megaton","megrim","meiosis","melancholia","melancholic", "melancholy","meld","melee","meliorate","meliorism", "mellifluous","mellow","melodic","melodious","melodrama", "melodramatic","melody","melon","melt","melting", "member","membership","membrane","membranous","memento", "memo","memoir","memoirs","memorabilia","memorable", "memorandum","memorial","memorise","memorize","memory", "memsahib","men","menace","menagerie","mend", "mendacious","mendacity","mendelian","mendicant","mending", "menfolk","menial","meningitis","meniscus","menopause", "menses","menstrual","menstruate","mensurable","mensurat
 ion", "mental","mentality","menthol","mentholated","mention", "mentor","menu","meow","mephistopheles","mercantile", "mercenary","mercer","mercerise","mercerize","merchandise", "merchant","merchantman","merciful","merciless","mercurial", "mercury","mercy","mere","merely","meretricious", "merge","merger","meridian","meridional","meringue", "merino","merit","meritocracy","meritorious","mermaid", "merman","merriment","merry","merrymaking","mesa", "mescalin","mescaline","mesdames","mesdemoiselles","meseems", "mesh","mesmeric","mesmerise","mesmerism","mesmerist", "mesmerize","mess","message","messenger","messiah", "messianic","messieurs","messmate","messrs","messuage", "messy","mestizo","met","metabolic","metabolise", "metabolism","metabolize","metacarpal","metal","metalanguage", "metallic","metallurgist","metallurgy","metalwork","metamorphose", "metamorphosis","metaphor","metaphorical","metaphysics","metatarsal", "mete","metempsychosis","meteor","meteoric","meteorite", "meteoroid","meteo
 rologist","meteorology","meter","methane", "methinks","method","methodical","methodism","methodology", "meths","methuselah","meticulous","metre","metric", "metrical","metrication","metricise","metricize","metro", "metronome","metropolis","metropolitan","mettle","mettlesome", "mew","mews","mezzanine","mezzo","mezzotint", "miaow","miasma","mica","mice","michaelmas", "mick","mickey","microbe","microbiologist","microbiology", "microcosm","microelectronics","microfiche","microfilm","micromesh", "micrometer","micron","microorganism","microphone","microscope", "microscopic","microsecond","microwave","mid","midair", "midcourse","midday","midden","middle","middlebrow", "middleman","middleweight","middling","midge","midget", "midi","midland","midlands","midmost","midnight", "midpoint","midriff","midshipman","midships","midst", "midsummer","midway","midweek","midwest","midwicket", "midwife","midwifery","mien","miffed","might", "mightily","mighty","mignonette","migraine","migrant", "migrate","m
 igration","migratory","mikado","mike", "milady","mild","mildew","mildly","mile", "mileage","mileometer","miler","milestone","milieu", "militancy","militant","militarise","militarism","militarize", "military","militate","militia","militiaman","milk", "milker","milkmaid","milkman","milksop","milkweed", "milky","mill","millboard","milldam","millenarian", "millenium","millepede","miller","millet","millibar", "milligram","milligramme","milliliter","millilitre","millimeter", "millimetre","milliner","millinery","million","millionaire", "millipede","millpond","millrace","millstone","millwheel", "millwright","milometer","milord","milt","mime", "mimeograph","mimetic","mimic","mimicry","mimosa", "min","minaret","minatory","mince","mincemeat", "mincer","mincingly","mind","minded","mindful", "mindless","mine","minefield","minelayer","miner", "mineral","mineralogist","mineralogy","minestrone","minesweeper", "mingle","mingy","mini","miniature","miniaturist", "minibus","minim","minimal","minimise",
 "minimize", "minimum","mining","minion","minister","ministerial", "ministrant","ministration","ministry","miniver","mink", "minnow","minor","minority","minotaur","minster", "minstrel","minstrelsy","mint","minuet","minus", "minuscule","minute","minutely","minuteman","minutes", "minutia","minx","miracle","miraculous","mirage", "mire","mirror","mirth","miry","misadventure", "misadvise","misalliance","misanthrope","misanthropy","misapplication", "misapply","misapprehend","misapprehension","misappropriate","misbegotten", "misbehave","misbehaved","misbehavior","misbehaviour","miscalculate", "miscall","miscarry","miscast","miscegenation","miscellaneous", "miscellany","mischance","mischief","mischievous","misconceive", "misconception","misconduct","misconstruction","misconstrue","miscount", "miscreant","miscue","misdate","misdeal","misdeed", "misdemeanor","misdemeanour","misdirect","misdoing","miser", "miserable","miserably","miserly","misery","misfire", "misfit","misfortune","misgiving","m
 isgovern","misguide", "misguided","mishandle","mishap","mishear","mishit", "mishmash","misinform","misinterpret","misjudge","misjudgement", "misjudgment","mislay","mislead","mismanage","mismatch", "misname","misnomer","misogynist","misogyny","misplace", "misprint","mispronounce","mispronunciation","misquote","misread", "misreport","misrepresent","misrule","miss","missal", "misshapen","missile","missing","mission","missionary", "missis","missive","misspell","misspend","misstate", "misstatement","missus","missy","mist","mistake", "mistaken","mister","mistime","mistletoe","mistral", "mistranslate","mistress","mistrial","mistrust","mistrustful", "mists","misty","misunderstand","misunderstanding","misuse", "mite","miter","mitigate","mitosis","mitre", "mitt","mitten","mix","mixed","mixer", "mixture","mizen","mizzen","mizzenmast","mizzle", "mnemonic","mnemonics","moa","moan","moat", "moated","mob","mobile","mobilisation","mobilise", "mobility","mobilization","mobilize","mobster","moccasin"
 , "mocha","mock","mockers","mockery","mockingbird", "modal","mode","model","moderate","moderately", "moderation","moderations","moderato","moderator","modern", "modernise","modernism","modernistic","modernity","modernize", "modest","modesty","modicum","modification","modifier", "modify","modish","mods","modular","modulate", "modulation","module","moggy","mogul","moh", "mohair","mohammedan","mohammedanism","moiety","moist", "moisten","moisture","moisturise","moisturize","moke", "molar","molasses","mold","molder","molding", "moldy","mole","molecular","molecule","molehill", "moleskin","molest","moll","mollify","mollusc", "mollusk","mollycoddle","molt","molten","molto", "molybdenum","mom","moment","momentarily","momentary", "momentous","moments","momentum","momma","mommy", "monarch","monarchic","monarchism","monarchist","monarchy", "monastery","monastic","monasticism","monaural","monday", "monetary","money","moneybags","moneybox","moneychanger", "moneyed","moneylender","moneymaker","mon
 eys","monger", "mongol","mongolism","mongoose","mongrel","monies", "monitor","monk","monkey","mono","monochrome", "monocle","monogamous","monogamy","monogram","monograph", "monolith","monolithic","monolog","monologue","monomania", "monomaniac","mononucleosis","monophonic","monophthong","monoplane", "monopolise","monopolist","monopolize","monopoly","monorail", "monosyllabic","monosyllable","monotheism","monotone","monotonous", "monotony","monotype","monoxide","monsieur","monsignor", "monsoon","monster","monstrance","monstrosity","monstrous", "montage","month","monthly","monument","monumental", "monumentally","moo","mooch","moocow","mood", "moody","moon","moonbeam","mooncalf","moonlight", "moonlit","moonshine","moonstone","moonstruck","moony", "moor","moorhen","moorings","moorish","moorland", "moose","moot","mop","mope","moped", "moppet","moquette","moraine","moral","morale", "moralise","moralist","moralistic","morality","moralize", "morally","morals","morass","moratorium","morbid", "
 morbidity","mordant","more","morello","moreover", "mores","moresque","morganatic","morgue","moribund", "mormon","mormonism","morn","morning","mornings", "morocco","moron","moronic","morose","morpheme", "morphemics","morpheus","morphine","morphology","morrow", "morsel","mortal","mortality","mortally","mortar", "mortarboard","mortgage","mortgagee","mortgagor","mortice", "mortician","mortification","mortify","mortise","mortuary", "mosaic","moselle","mosey","moslem","mosque", "mosquito","moss","mossy","most","mostly", "mote","motel","motet","moth","mothball", "mothballs","mother","motherhood","motherly","mothproof", "motif","motion","motionless","motions","motivate", "motivation","motive","motley","motocross","motor", "motorbike","motorboat","motorcade","motorcar","motorcycle", "motorcyclist","motoring","motorise","motorist","motorize", "motorman","motorway","mottled","motto","mould", "moulder","moulding","mouldy","moult","mound", "mount","mountain","mountaineer","mountaineering","mount
 ainous", "mountainside","mountaintop","mountebank","mountie","mourn", "mourner","mournful","mourning","mouse","mouser", "mousetrap","moussaka","mousse","moustache","mousy", "mouth","mouthful","mouthorgan","mouthpiece","mouthwash", "movable","move","moveable","movement","movements", "mover","movie","movies","moving","mow", "mower","mpg","mph","mra","mrs", "msc","much","muchness","mucilage","muck", "muckheap","muckrake","mucky","mucous","mucus", "mud","muddle","muddy","mudflat","mudguard", "mudpack","mudslinger","muesli","muezzin","muff", "muffin","muffle","muffler","mufti","mug", "mugger","muggins","muggy","mugwump","muhammadan", "muhammadanism","mulatto","mulberry","mulch","mulct", "mule","muleteer","mulish","mull","mullah", "mullet","mulligatawny","mullion","mullioned","multifarious", "multiform","multilateral","multilingual","multimillionaire","multiple", "multiplex","multiplication","multiplicity","multiply","multiracial", "multistorey","multitude","multitudinous","mum","mumble",
  "mummer","mummery","mummify","mumming","mummy", "mumps","munch","mundane","municipal","municipality", "munificence","munificent","muniments","munition","munitions", "mural","murder","murderous","murk","murky", "murmur","murphy","murrain","muscatel","muscle", "muscled","muscleman","muscovite","muscular","muse", "museum","mush","mushroom","mushy","music", "musical","musically","musician","musicianship","musk", "musket","musketeer","musketry","muskmelon","muskrat", "musky","muslim","muslin","musquash","muss", "mussel","must","mustache","mustachio","mustang", "mustard","muster","musty","mutable","mutant", "mutation","mute","muted","mutilate","mutilation", "mutineer","mutinous","mutiny","mutt","mutter", "mutton","muttonchops","mutual","mutuality","muzak", "muzzle","muzzy","mycology","myelitis","myna", "mynah","myopia","myriad","myrrh","myrtle", "myself","mysterious","mystery","mystic","mystical", "mysticism","mystification","mystify","mystique","myth", "mythical","mythological","mytholo
 gist","mythology","myxomatosis", "nab","nabob","nacelle","nacre","nadir", "nag","naiad","nail","nailbrush","naive", "naivete","naivety","naked","name","namedrop", "nameless","namely","nameplate","namesake","nanny", "nap","napalm","naphtha","naphthalene","napkin", "nappy","narc","narcissism","narcissus","narcotic", "nark","narky","narrate","narration","narrative", "narrator","narrow","narrowly","narrows","narwhal", "nasal","nasalise","nasalize","nascent","nasturtium", "nasty","natal","nation","national","nationalise", "nationalism","nationalist","nationalistic","nationality","nationalize", "nationwide","native","nativity","nato","natter", "natty","natural","naturalise","naturalism","naturalist", "naturalistic","naturalize","naturally","naturalness","nature", "naturism","naturopath","naught","naughty","nausea", "nauseate","nauseous","nautch","nautical","nautilus", "naval","nave","navel","navigable","navigate", "navigation","navigator","navvy","navy","nay", "nazi","nco","neanderthal","
 neapolitan","near", "nearby","nearly","nearside","nearsighted","neat", "nebula","nebular","nebulous","necessaries","necessarily", "necessary","necessitate","necessitous","necessity","neck", "neckband","neckerchief","necklace","necklet","neckline", "necktie","neckwear","necromancer","necromancy","necrophilia", "necrophiliac","necropolis","nectar","nectarine","need", "needful","needle","needless","needlessly","needlewoman", "needlework","needs","needy","nefarious","negate", "negative","neglect","neglectful","negligee","negligence", "negligent","negligible","negotiable","negotiate","negotiation", "negress","negro","negus","neigh","neighbor", "neighborhood","neighboring","neighborly","neighbour","neighbourhood", "neighbouring","neighbourly","neither","nelson","nemesis", "neoclassical","neocolonialism","neolithic","neologism","neon", "neonate","neophyte","neoplasm","nephew","nephritis", "nepotism","neptune","nereid","nerve","nerveless", "nerves","nervous","nervy","ness","nest", "nesting"
 ,"nestle","nestling","nestor","net", "netball","nether","nethermost","nets","nett", "netting","nettle","network","neural","neuralgia", "neurasthenia","neurasthenic","neuritis","neurologist","neurology", "neurosis","neurotic","neuter","neutral","neutralise", "neutrality","neutralize","neutralizer","neutron","never", "nevermore","nevertheless","new","newborn","newcomer", "newel","newfangled","newfoundland","newly","newlywed", "newmarket","news","newsagent","newsboy","newscast", "newscaster","newsletter","newsmonger","newspaper","newsprint", "newsreel","newsroom","newssheet","newsstand","newsvendor", "newsworthy","newsy","newt","newtonian","next", "nexus","nhs","niacin","nib","nibble", "niblick","nibs","nice","nicely","nicety", "niche","nick","nickel","nicker","nicknack", "nickname","nicotine","niece","niff","nifty", "niggard","niggardly","nigger","niggle","niggling", "nigh","night","nightcap","nightclothes","nightclub", "nightdress","nightfall","nighthawk","nightingale","nightjar", "n
 ightlife","nightlight","nightline","nightlong","nightly", "nightmare","nights","nightshade","nightshirt","nightstick", "nighttime","nihilism","nilotic","nimble","nimbus", "nimrod","nincompoop","nine","ninepin","ninepins", "nines","nineteen","ninety","ninny","ninth", "nip","nipper","nippers","nipping","nipple", "nippy","nirvana","nisi","nit","niter", "nitpick","nitpicking","nitrate","nitre","nitric", "nitrochalk","nitrogen","nitroglycerin","nitroglycerine","nitrous", "nitwit","nix","nob","nobble","nobility", "noble","nobleman","nobly","nobody","nocturnal", "nocturne","nod","nodal","noddle","nodular", "nodule","noel","noes","nog","noggin", "nohow","noise","noisome","noisy","nomad", "nomadic","nomenclature","nominal","nominate","nomination", "nominative","nominee","nonage","nonagenarian","nonaggression", "nonaligned","nonalignment","nonassertive","nonce","nonchalance", "nonchalant","noncombatant","noncommittal","nonconductor","nonconformist", "nonconformity","noncontributory","nondescr
 ipt","none","nonentity", "nonesuch","nonetheless","nonfiction","nonflammable","nonintervention", "nonobservance","nonpareil","nonpayment","nonplus","nonproliferation", "nonresident","nonrestrictive","nonsense","nonsensical","nonskid", "nonsmoker","nonstandard","nonstarter","nonstick","nonstop", "nonunion","nonverbal","nonviolence","nonviolent","nonwhite", "noodle","nook","noon","noonday","noose", "nope","nor","nordic","norm","normal", "normalise","normality","normalize","normally","norman", "normative","north","northbound","northeast","northeaster", "northeasterly","northeastern","northeastward","northeastwards","northerly", "northern","northerner","northernmost","northward","northwards", "northwest","northwester","northwesterly","northwestern","northwestward", "northwestwards","nos","nose","nosebag","nosebleed", "nosecone","nosedive","nosegay","nosey","nosh", "nostalgia","nostril","nostrum","nosy","not", "notability","notable","notably","notarise","notarize", "notary","notation","n
 otch","note","notebook", "notecase","noted","notepaper","noteworthy","nothing", "nothingness","notice","noticeable","notifiable","notification", "notify","notion","notional","notions","notoriety", "notorious","notwithstanding","nougat","nought","noun", "nourish","nourishment","nous","nova","novel", "novelette","novelettish","novelist","novella","novelty", "november","novice","noviciate","novitiate","novocaine", "now","nowadays","nowhere","nowise","noxious", "nozzle","nth","nuance","nub","nubile", "nuclear","nucleus","nude","nudge","nudism", "nudity","nugatory","nugget","nuisance","null", "nullah","nullify","nullity","numb","number", "numberless","numberplate","numbers","numbly","numbskull", "numeracy","numeral","numerate","numeration","numerator", "numerical","numerology","numerous","numinous","numismatic", "numismatics","numskull","nun","nuncio","nunnery", "nuptial","nuptials","nurse","nurseling","nursemaid", "nursery","nurseryman","nursing","nursling","nurture", "nut","nutcase","n
 utcracker","nuthouse","nutmeg", "nutria","nutrient","nutriment","nutrition","nutritious", "nutritive","nuts","nutshell","nutty","nuzzle", "nylon","nylons","nymph","nymphet","nymphomania", "nymphomaniac","oaf","oak","oaken","oakum", "oap","oar","oarlock","oarsman","oarsmanship", "oasis","oat","oatcake","oath","oatmeal", "oats","obbligato","obdurate","obeah","obedient", "obeisance","obelisk","obese","obey","obfuscate", "obituary","object","objection","objectionable","objective", "objector","oblation","obligate","obligation","obligatory", "oblige","obliging","oblique","obliterate","oblivion", "oblivious","oblong","obloquy","obnoxious","oboe", "oboist","obscene","obscenity","obscurantism","obscure", "obscurity","obsequies","obsequious","observable","observance", "observant","observation","observations","observatory","observe", "observer","observing","obsess","obsession","obsessional", "obsessive","obsidian","obsolescent","obsolete","obstacle", "obstetrician","obstetrics","obstinate","ob
 streperous","obstruct", "obstruction","obstructionism","obstructive","obtain","obtainable", "obtrude","obtrusive","obtuse","obverse","obviate", "obvious","obviously","ocarina","occasion","occasional", "occident","occidental","occult","occupancy","occupant", "occupation","occupational","occupier","occupy","occur", "occurrence","ocean","oceangoing","oceanography","ocelot", "ocher","ochre","octagon","octane","octave", "octavo","octet","october","octogenarian","octopus", "octosyllabic","ocular","oculist","odalisque","odd", "oddball","oddity","oddly","oddment","odds", "ode","odious","odium","odor","odoriferous", "odorous","odour","odyssey","oecumenical","oecumenicalism", "oesophagus","oestrogen","off","offal","offbeat", "offence","offend","offender","offense","offensive", "offer","offering","offertory","offhand","office", "officeholder","officer","offices","official","officialdom", "officialese","officially","officiate","officious","offing", "offish","offprint","offset","offshoot","offsh
 ore", "offside","offspring","offstage","oft","often", "ogle","ogre","ohm","oho","oil", "oilcake","oilcan","oilcloth","oiled","oilfield", "oilman","oilrig","oils","oilskin","oilskins", "oily","oink","ointment","okapi","okay", "okra","old","olden","oldish","oldster", "oleaginous","oleander","oleograph","olfactory","oligarch", "oligarchy","olive","olympiad","olympian","olympic", "ombudsman","omega","omelet","omelette","omen", "ominous","omission","omit","omnibus","omnipotent", "omnipresent","omniscient","omnivorous","once","oncoming", "one","onerous","oneself","onetime","ongoing", "onion","onlooker","only","onomatopoeia","onrush", "onset","onshore","onside","onslaught","onto", "ontology","onus","onward","onwards","onyx", "oodles","oof","oomph","oops","ooze", "opacity","opal","opalescent","opaque","ope", "open","opencast","opener","openhearted","opening", "openly","openwork","opera","operable","operate", "operation","operational","operative","operator","operetta", "ophthalmia","ophthalm
 ic","ophthalmology","ophthalmoscope","opiate", "opine","opinion","opinionated","opium","opossum", "opponent","opportune","opportunism","opportunity","oppose", "opposite","opposition","oppress","oppression","oppressive", "oppressor","opprobrious","opprobrium","ops","opt", "optative","optic","optical","optician","optics", "optimism","optimum","option","optional","opulence", "opulent","opus","oracle","oracular","oral", "orange","orangeade","orangeman","orangutang","oration", "orator","oratorical","oratorio","oratory","orb", "orbit","orchard","orchestra","orchestral","orchestrate", "orchid","ordain","ordeal","order","ordered", "orderly","orders","ordinal","ordinance","ordinand", "ordinarily","ordinary","ordinate","ordination","ordnance", "ordure","ore","oregano","organ","organdie", "organdy","organic","organisation","organise","organised", "organism","organist","organization","organize","organized", "orgasm","orgiastic","orgy","orient","oriental", "orientalist","orientate","orientation"
 ,"orifice","origin", "original","originality","originally","originate","oriole", "orison","orlon","ormolu","ornament","ornamental", "ornamentation","ornate","ornery","ornithology","orotund", "orphan","orphanage","orrery","orrisroot","orthodontic", "orthodontics","orthodox","orthodoxy","orthography","orthopaedic", "orthopaedics","orthopedic","orthopedics","ortolan","oryx", "oscar","oscillate","oscillation","oscillator","oscillograph", "oscilloscope","osculation","osier","osmosis","osprey", "osseous","ossification","ossify","ostensible","ostentation", "osteoarthritis","osteopath","osteopathy","ostler","ostracise", "ostracize","ostrich","other","otherwise","otherworldly", "otiose","otter","ottoman","oubliette","ouch", "ought","ounce","our","ours","ourselves", "ousel","oust","out","outback","outbalance", "outbid","outbound","outbrave","outbreak","outbuilding", "outburst","outcast","outcaste","outclass","outcome", "outcrop","outcry","outdated","outdistance","outdo", "outdoor","outdoors",
 "outer","outermost","outface", "outfall","outfield","outfight","outfit","outflank", "outflow","outfox","outgeneral","outgoing","outgoings", "outgrow","outgrowth","outhouse","outing","outlandish", "outlast","outlaw","outlay","outlet","outline", "outlive","outlook","outlying","outmaneuver","outmanoeuvre", "outmarch","outmatch","outmoded","outmost","outnumber", "outpatient","outplay","outpoint","outpost","outpourings", "output","outrage","outrageous","outrange","outrank", "outride","outrider","outrigger","outright","outrival", "outrun","outsell","outset","outshine","outside", "outsider","outsize","outskirts","outsmart","outspoken", "outspread","outstanding","outstay","outstretched","outstrip", "outtalk","outvote","outward","outwardly","outwards", "outwear","outweigh","outwit","outwork","outworn", "ouzel","ouzo","ova","oval","ovarian", "ovary","ovation","oven","ovenware","over", "overact","overage","overall","overalls","overarch", "overarm","overawe","overbalance","overbear","overbearin
 g", "overbid","overblown","overboard","overburden","overcall", "overcapitalise","overcapitalize","overcast","overcharge","overcloud", "overcoat","overcome","overcompensate","overcrop","overcrowd", "overdevelop","overdo","overdone","overdose","overdraft", "overdraw","overdrawn","overdress","overdrive","overdue", "overestimate","overexpose","overflow","overfly","overgrown", "overgrowth","overhand","overhang","overhaul","overhead", "overheads","overhear","overjoyed","overkill","overland", "overlap","overlay","overleaf","overleap","overload", "overlong","overlook","overlord","overly","overman", "overmaster","overmuch","overnight","overpass","overpay", "overplay","overpopulated","overpopulation","overpower","overpowering", "overprint","overrate","overreach","override","overriding", "overrule","overrun","overseas","oversee","overseer", "oversell","oversexed","overshadow","overshoe","overshoot", "overside","oversight","oversimplify","oversleep","overspill", "overstate","overstatement","ove
 rstay","oversteer","overstep", "overstock","overstrung","overstuffed","oversubscribed","overt", "overtake","overtax","overthrow","overtime","overtone", "overtones","overtop","overtrump","overture","overtures", "overturn","overweening","overweight","overwhelm","overwhelming", "overwork","overwrought","oviduct","oviparous","ovoid", "ovulate","ovum","owe","owl","owlet", "owlish","own","owner","ownership","oxbridge", "oxcart","oxeye","oxide","oxidise","oxidize", "oxon","oxonian","oxtail","oxyacetylene","oxygen", "oxygenate","oyez","oyster","oystercatcher","ozone", "pabulum","pace","pacemaker","pacesetter","pachyderm", "pacific","pacifier","pacifism","pacifist","pacify", "pack","package","packed","packer","packet", "packing","packsaddle","pact","pad","padding", "paddle","paddock","paddy","padlock","padre", "paean","paederast","paederasty","paediatrician","paediatrics", "paella","paeony","pagan","paganism","page", "pageant","pageantry","pagination","pagoda","paid", "pail","paillasse","pai
 n","pained","painful", "painkiller","painless","pains","painstaking","paint", "paintbrush","painter","painting","paints","paintwork", "pair","paisley","pajama","pajamas","pal", "palace","paladin","palais","palakeen","palanquin", "palatable","palatal","palatalize","palate","palatial", "palatinate","palaver","pale","paleface","paleography", "paleolithic","paleontology","palette","palfrey","palimpsest", "palindrome","paling","palings","palisade","palish", "pall","palladian","pallbearer","pallet","palliasse", "palliate","palliation","palliative","pallid","pallor", "pally","palm","palmer","palmetto","palmist", "palmistry","palmy","palomino","palpable","palpate", "palpitate","palpitation","palsied","palsy","palter", "paltry","pampas","pamper","pamphlet","pamphleteer", "pan","panacea","panache","panama","panatela", "panatella","pancake","panchromatic","pancreas","panda", "pandemic","pandemonium","pander","pandit","panegyric", "panel","paneling","panelist","panelling","panellist", "pang","p
 anhandle","panic","panicky","panjabi", "panjandrum","pannier","pannikin","panoplied","panoply", "panorama","panpipes","pansy","pant","pantaloon", "pantaloons","pantechnicon","pantheism","pantheon","panther", "panties","pantile","panto","pantograph","pantomime", "pantry","pants","panty","panzer","pap", "papa","papacy","papadum","papal","papaya", "paper","paperback","paperboy","paperhanger","papers", "paperweight","paperwork","papery","papist","papoose", "pappy","paprika","papyrus","par","parable", "parabola","parachute","parachutist","paraclete","parade", "paradigm","paradigmatic","paradise","paradisiacal","paradox", "paraffin","paragon","paragraph","parakeet","parallel", "parallelism","parallelogram","paralyse","paralysis","paralytic", "paralyze","paramilitary","paramount","paramountcy","paramour", "paranoia","paranoiac","paranoid","parapet","paraphernalia", "paraphrase","paraplegia","paraplegic","paraquat","paras", "parasite","parasitic","parasol","parathyroid","paratrooper", "para
 troops","paratyphoid","parboil","parcel","parch", "parchment","pard","pardon","pardonable","pardonably", "pardoner","pare","parent","parentage","parental", "parenthesis","parenthetic","parenthood","parer","parhelion", "pariah","paring","parish","parishioner","parisian", "parity","park","parka","parkin","parking", "parkland","parky","parlance","parley","parliament", "parliamentarian","parliamentary","parlor","parlour","parlous", "parmesan","parochial","parodist","parody","parole", "paroxysm","parquet","parr","parricide","parrot", "parry","parse","parsee","parsi","parsimonious", "parsimony","parsley","parsnip","parson","parsonage", "part","partake","parterre","parthenogenesis","partial", "partiality","partially","participant","participate","participation", "participial","participle","particle","particular","particularise", "particularity","particularize","particularly","particulars","parting", "partisan","partita","partition","partitive","partizan", "partly","partner","partnership","p
 artook","partridge", "parts","parturition","party","parvenu","paschal", "pasha","pass","passable","passage","passageway", "passbook","passenger","passerby","passim","passing", "passion","passionate","passionately","passionflower","passive", "passivity","passivize","passkey","passover","passport", "password","past","pasta","paste","pasteboard", "pastel","pastern","pasteurise","pasteurize","pastiche", "pastille","pastime","pasting","pastor","pastoral", "pastorale","pastorate","pastrami","pastry","pasturage", "pasture","pasty","pat","patch","patchouli", "patchwork","patchy","patella","patent","patentee", "patently","pater","paterfamilias","paternal","paternalism", "paternity","paternoster","path","pathan","pathetic", "pathfinder","pathological","pathologist","pathology","pathos", "pathway","patience","patient","patina","patio", "patisserie","patois","patrial","patriarch","patriarchal", "patriarchate","patriarchy","patrician","patricide","patrimony", "patriot","patriotic","patriotism","
 patrol","patrolman", "patron","patronage","patroness","patronise","patronize", "patronymic","patten","patter","pattern","patty", "paucity","paunch","paunchy","pauper","pauperise", "pauperism","pauperize","pause","pavan","pavane", "pave","paved","pavement","pavilion","paving", "paw","pawky","pawl","pawn","pawnbroker", "pawnshop","pawpaw","pay","payable","payday", "payee","payer","payload","paymaster","payment", "paynim","payoff","payola","payroll","pea", "peace","peaceable","peaceful","peacekeeping","peacemaker", "peacetime","peach","peachick","peacock","peafowl", "peahen","peak","peaked","peaky","peal", "peanut","peanuts","pear","pearl","pearly", "pearmain","peasant","peasantry","peashooter","peat", "pebble","pebbledash","pebbly","pecan","peccadillo", "peccary","peck","pecker","peckish","pectic", "pectin","pectoral","peculate","peculiar","peculiarity", "peculiarly","pecuniary","pedagogue","pedagogy","pedal"};
+	}
+
+}
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+/*
+Copyright © 2003,
+Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval,
+University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
+All rights reserved.
+
+Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification,
+are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
+
+1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
+list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
+
+2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
+this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
+and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
+
+3. The names "Center for Intelligent Information Retrieval" and
+"University of Massachusetts" must not be used to endorse or promote products
+derived from this software without prior written permission. To obtain
+permission, contact info@ciir.cs.umass.edu.
+
+THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS AND OTHER CONTRIBUTORS
+"AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
+THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
+ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
+LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
+CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE
+GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
+HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT
+LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY
+OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
+SUCH DAMAGE.
+*/
+/* This is a java version of Bob Krovetz' KStem.
+ *
+ * Java version by Sergio Guzman-Lara.
+ * CIIR-UMass Amherst http://ciir.cs.umass.edu
+ */
+namespace org.apache.lucene.analysis.en
+{
+
+	/// <summary>
+	/// A list of words used by Kstem
+	/// </summary>
+	internal class KStemData6
+	{
+		private KStemData6()
+		{
+		}
+	   internal static string[] data = new string[] {"pedant","pedantic","pedantry","peddle","peddler", "pederast","pederasty","pedestal","pedestrian","pediatrician", "pediatrics","pedicab","pedicel","pedicure","pedigree", "pediment","pedlar","pedometer","pee","peek", "peekaboo","peel","peeler","peelings","peep", "peeper","peephole","peepul","peer","peerage", "peeress","peerless","peeve","peevish","peewit", "peg","pejorative","pekinese","pekingese","pekoe", "pelagic","pelf","pelican","pellagra","pellet", "pellucid","pelmet","pelota","pelt","pelvic", "pelvis","pemican","pemmican","pen","penal", "penalise","penalize","penalty","penance","pence", "penchant","pencil","pendant","pendent","pending", "pendulous","pendulum","penetrate","penetrating","penetration", "penetrative","penguin","penicillin","peninsula","penis", "penitent","penitential","penitentiary","penknife","penmanship", "pennant","penniless","pennon","penny","pennyweight", "pennywort","penology","pension","pensionable","pensione
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