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I am a Wikipedia editor working with teams around the world (not only on Wiki, but including a few other editors) on listings in relation to people and language from Autism and Disability Community in common usage and its Etymology. If I note errors of usage of established words by attempting to apply "English" rules, to words designed a certain way for international usage, I will work to identify errors in talk pages, accordingly. All words do not have to conform to structures of what an academic may want to have confirm with a specific usage or language if they were not written specifically for any individual language.
Disability terms have certain short-forms, a unique code and structure, like shorthand for people signing for hearing impaired, and expecting words to be written differently to confirm to a editor or admins view of a certain order may not necessarily be correct. Words used in disability context are unique and different from any perception of what they ought to be in any specific country, language or dialect. Facts in definitions in wikipedia and usage language in wikitionary of internationally used terms should conform to the use, not an individual language rules if not exclusive to any one language, dialect, spelling or indeed country. AspieNo1 (talk) 19:57, 26 October 2013 (UTC)