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ParametersEdit

Optional:

  • |g= gender: m or f (e.g |g=f)
  • |n= number: s or p (e.g. |n=p)
  • |ap= accent paradigm: a, b or c
  • |1= Word, alternative of page name (e.g. with accent).
    • This is useful when the evidence of reflexes in the daughters is divergent and the original reconstruction cannot be determined with certainty. When there are truly variant forms of the reconstruction reconstructible, with the same meaning, they should be separated in individual articles (e.g. *olni and *olnę).
  • |stem= stem type: a, o, i, u, s, v, n, nt or r (e.g. |stem=u)

TypesEdit

Commonly used stem types (95% of all cases)
Stem type Example
lemma
Example template
o-stem hard, m.
soft, m.
*konъ
*koňь
{{sla-decl-noun}}
o-stem hard, n.
soft, n.
*lěto
*pľuťe
{{sla-decl-noun}}
a-stem hard
soft
*koza
*koža
{{sla-decl-noun}}
i-stem hard, m.
f.
*golǫbь
*gǫsь
{{sla-decl-noun|g=m}}
{{sla-decl-noun|g=f}}
Rarely used stem types
Stem type Example
lemma
Example template
u-stem m. *dǫbъ {{sla-decl-noun|stem=u}}
s-stem n., hard
n., soft
*oko
*lice
{{sla-decl-noun|stem=s}}
v-stem f. *cьrky
*kry
{{sla-decl-noun|stem=v}}
n-stem m. *kamy
*elenь
{{sla-decl-noun|stem=n}}
n. *sěmę {{sla-decl-noun|stem=n}}
(n)t-stem n. *agnę {{sla-decl-noun|stem=nt}}
r-stem *mati {{sla-decl-noun}}

ExamplesEdit

{{sla-decl-noun|nȍťь|g=f|ap=c}}