(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)


Use this template if the etymology of an entry is missing. Use the first unnamed parameter to indicate the language:


You may supply a reason for the request like this:

{{rfe|en|probably derived from Latin}}


|1= (required)
The language code of the term needing cleanup. See Wiktionary:List of languages.
An optional comment to be displayed in the request message.
Year of discussion to link to.
Month of discussion to link to (spelled out, e.g. “March”, “December”).
|fragment=, |section=
The section of the Etymology Scriptorium for the specified month/year to link to; this goes into the URL, after the pound sign. Defaults to the page name.
Display the message in a box instead of inline.
Suppress the reference to the Etymology Scriptorium in the message.
The sort key for the page; rarely needs to be specified.
Disable categorization of this page.

This template adds the page to the subcategory of Category:Requests for etymologies by language designated by the language code specified using |1=.

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