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Hi all,
In http://jtei.revues.org/540 <http://jtei.revues.org/540>, Werner Wegstein and I suggested something like the following for a similar case:
<form type="lemma">
  <gramGrp>
    <gen norm="feminine">die</gen>
  </gramGrp>
  <orth>Katze</orth>
</form>

As to the coma, you can have an additional <pc>, </pc>, which can occur in <gramGrp> or <form>. 
@Piotr: these are cases where <gramGrp> in <form> would make more sense, would not they? Maybe we should record such configurations in TEI-Lex0
Laurent

> Le 11 mars 2017 à 00:56, Piotr Bański <[log in to unmask]> a écrit :
> 
> Hello Jonathan,
> 
> in the TEI-Lex0 taskforce that is in the process of formulating streamlined baseline recommendations for dictionary encoding, we have so far arrived at something like the following, for your case:
> 
> <entry [attributes, among them @xml:id, and xml:lang here or on the <text> element above]>
>  <form type="lemma"><orth>Ἀαρών</orth></form>
>  <gramGrp><pos>ὁ</pos></gramGrp>
>  <sense>...
> ...
> 
> I have treated ὁ above as a symbol, rather than an orthographic form, because this is the role that it plays in the entry. Variations depend on the entire system that you assume; for example, you could do:
> 
> <pos ana="#gender_m">ὁ</pos>
> 
> if you used a separately described taxonomy of grammatical features.
> 
> Another question is how badly you need the comma in the visualisation of your dictionary. It could be added by means of styling, on the way to the display.
> 
> HTH,
> 
>  Piotr
> 
> On 03/11/17 00:13, Jonathan Robie wrote:
>> I have several lexicons in which <orth> contains more than the lexeme
>> itself, e.g.
>> 
>>         <orth>Ἀαρών, ὁ</orth>
>> 
>> 
>> The lexeme is Ἀαρών, it is masculine so it takes the article ὁ.  Is that
>> the right way to use <orth>?  It seems to conflate two concerns.  What
>> is the best way to encode this information?
>> 
>> 
>> Thanks!
>> 
>> 
>> Jonathan
>> 
> 
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> Senior Researcher,
> Institut für Deutsche Sprache,
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Laurent Romary
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