Template:See Wiktionary

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This template provides a hatnote of disambiguation style, linking to Wiktionary.

This template should be used on articles which have generic names and content that differs from the general meaning of their titles. Otherwise, simply use {{wt}}.

  • {{See Wiktionary}} Notice: The first letter will be turned to lower case. Check that the generated link is really what you want.
  • {{See Wiktionary|SUBJECT}}
  • {{See Wiktionary|SUBJECT|WORD}}
  • {{See Wiktionary|SUBJECT|WORD|TERM}}

Other Wiktionary linking templates[edit]

Wiktionary link templates
Template Alias Explanation
{{Wiktionary}} {{wikt}} Makes a box.
{{Wiktionary pipe}} {{wtp}} Ditto. Allows a piped link.
{{See Wiktionary}} A disambiguation hatnote type. Useful if the article title is a generic name, but the content differs from it. For example, Tryout is an article about a journal, and this template is used to link to "tryout" page in Wiktionary.
{{Wiktionary-inline}} {{wti}} Can be used in the "External links" section, by making a one-line navigator. Not inline in the usual sense.
{{Wiktionary redirect}} {{wtr}} Makes a soft redirect.
{{Wiktionary category 2}} {{wtc}} Similar to {{wikt}}, but links to a category in Wiktionary.
{{Wiktionary category}} Ditto, more verbose type.
{{Linktext}} Turns each of consecutive words into an Wiktionary link, or any other interwiki / interlang link. Example: {{linktext|táłtłʼááh| adijiłii}}  →  táłtłʼááh adijiłii
{{wt}} Links to a language-specific section of a Wiktionary entry.
{{wikt-lang}} Applies a language tag to a word, and links to that language's section of the Wiktionary entry on the word, much like the {{m}} and {{l}} templates on Wiktionary. For instance, {{wikt-lang|en|be|was}} yields was, and is equivalent to {{lang|en|[[wikt:be#English|was]]}}.

Moving a non-encyclopedic entry to Wiktionary:

Markup:

Wiktionary-related userboxes:

See also: