Template:etystub

This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term.


Usage

The {{etystub}} template is used to mark an etymology which is a stub: information in an Etymology section that is overly short and/or lacking detail. {{etystub}} should normally be used directly after the end of an etymology, on the same line, not on a new line.

Parameters

|1= (required)
The language code of the term needing its etymology expanded. See Wiktionary:List of languages.
|sort=
The sort key for the page; rarely needs to be specified.
|nocat=1
Disable categorization of this page.
|nocap=1
Display the initial letter of the message lowercase instead of capitalized.
|nodot=1
Omit the period at the end of the messsage.

This template adds the page to the following category (where LANG is the language whose code is specified using |1=):

See also

  • {{rfe}}, to request an etymology when there is no etymology. In the form of a box, not a line of text.
  • {{rfv-etym}}, to dispute or question an etymology