Template:Wiktionary-inline

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The dictionary definition of wiktionary-inline at Wiktionary

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Useful in "External links" section, making a one-line navigation to Wiktionary. Not inline in the usual sense.

Usage

* {{Wiktionary-inline}} produces a link to the Wiktionary definition of the page title. Notice: The first letter of each word is turned to lower case. Pass a parameter explicitly if it's not what you want.

* {{Wiktionary-inline|word}} Produces a link to word on Wiktionary:

  • The dictionary definition of word at Wiktionary

* {{Wiktionary-inline|word|Word}} Produces a link to word on Wiktionary, but titles the link Word:

  • The dictionary definition of Word at Wiktionary

See also

Similar templates for other Wikimedia projects

Other templates linking to Wiktionary

Wiktionary link templates
Template Alias Explanation
{{Wiktionary}} {{wt}} 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 Wikitionary.
{{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 {{wt}}, 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

Wiktionary related userboxes:

Moving a non-encyclopedic entry to Wiktionary:

Markups:

See also: