Last modified on 5 January 2014, at 04:21



Shouldn't it be transliterated as pauo instead of pavo? V isn't actually present in ancient greek, so the verb should be pauo or something else. Just to clarify, English originated from ancient greek, latin and germanic languages, it didn't originate from modern greek. And since no one has actually responded, I'm changing it myself. Wikisquared 20:41, 25 September 2006 (UTC)

no homoEdit

Wikipedia:Pause (slang) directs to 'no homo' and it is specified as meaning the same thing, can anyone find anything to support this usage? Etym (talk) 22:22, 10 February 2013 (UTC)


I don't understand the point in the "spanish" section. I'm native spanish speaker, and I know that "Pause" could be used like a noun or a verb, but the list of "conjugations" doesn't give any verbal flexion. I would change it, but I would like to understand the point of these section, first. 01:58, 5 January 2014 (UTC)

The point is that all of the definitions and conjugation information are at pausar, and this is only a list of those forms that are spelled as pause. You have to click on one of the links to pausar. The reason we do that is because people often make changes to one page at a time, so this page and the pausar page would get out of synch every time someone changed one, but not the other- better to keep everything on one page. Chuck Entz (talk) 04:21, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
Return to "pause" page.