You are currently unable to edit pages on Wiktionary.
You can still read pages, but you cannot edit, move, or create them.
Editing from $7 has been disabled by $1 for the following reason(s):
This block has been set to expire: $6.
Even if blocked, you will usually still be able to edit your user talk page and contact other editors and administrators by e-mail.
What does this mean?
What is a block?
A block is a measure used to protect Wiktionary from possible improper use or modification in breach of editorial policies. Blocks can apply to a user account, an IP address, or a range of IP addresses that is deemed responsible for or related to problematic activity. You may be an innocent victim of collateral damage, whereby a block of some other activity has accidentally caused your account to be inaccessible. The reason for your block may be found above.
Most common causes
What do I do now?
The current block will automatically expire $6. You have many routes to appeal the block or its duration. Firstly, if you are a registered user and have a valid e-mail address confirmed, you can contact $1 via e-mail (via that link, or by clicking on the "E-mail this user" link to the left of their userpage). This feature can be removed if abused. You should include the following information about your block in all such communication: Username: $7, IP address: $3, Block ID: $5.
Alternatively, you may appeal the block by requesting that another administrator review the block. To do so, add
If $7 is not blocked, your IP address ($3) or range may have been blocked. Please check your user talk page.. If this is the case, please copy and paste the following text to the bottom of
Please note: While this block may be upsetting or unexpected, abuse of appeal processes, repeatedly using the unblock template when denied, personal attacks, or impolite conduct may lead to the removal of your ability to edit your talk page.