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BAn RFC: Should all discussions and proposals about Nikola Tesla's nationality, ethnicity and country of birth (broadly construed) be limited to the sub-page: Talk:Nikola Tesla/Nationality and ethnicity? has been posted here. Interested editors are invited to comment.- MrX 20:52, 1 June 2015 (UTC)
Remove "noble family" from article names of notable families with peculiar names
Primary use of Crnojević is the family, so I don't think a disambiguation page is necessary; the members section lists notable male members, while a family tree section (or article) takes care of the expanded list. Some examples of peculiar family names: Kosača, Crnojević and Mrnjavčević. I think that a disambiguator or identifier ("(noble) family") is redundant. There is a similar "issue" at Category:Italian noble families.--Zoupan 21:47, 10 June 2015 (UTC)