This is the user page of User:Hazarasp (IPA(key): /ˈhæzəɹɐːsp/, /ˈhæzɹɐːsp/), as the template above helpfully conveys. I'm also around at Wikipedia.

Subpages: common.css · Historical lexical sets · Memory test · My idiolect (inaccurate) Mockups (ME conjugation · ME pronouns) · Sandbox

See my: contributions · talk page · alternate account


LanguagesEdit

See: user languages · user scripts

en This user is a native speaker of English.
enm-2 þes user haþ a forþgon knowleche of Englisch.
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Latn
This user's native script is the Latin alphabet.
/ʑ/
IPA-2
This user has an intermediate understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Я
Cyrl-1
This user has a basic understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet.
Ω
Grek-2
This user has an intermediate understanding of the Greek alphabet.
ѣ
Cyrs-1
This user has a basic understanding of the old Cyrillic alphabet.
{{t}}-2 This user can use wiki templates with ease, and can write some simple ones.
lua-2 This user can use Lua modules with ease, and can write some simple ones.

Stuff to checkEdit

The categories are being actively worked on; the other stuff isn't really.

CategoriesEdit

English wordsEdit

Middle English wordsEdit

Useful templatesEdit

These templates aren't used that often, so it's easy to forget about them.

Interesting stuffEdit

Your tastes may vary (and mine may too; some stuff here is quite old).

TemplatesEdit

Semantic developmentsEdit

English wordsEdit

This needs expansion.

English words with haplologyEdit

This needs expansion.

Middle English wordsEdit

This needs expansion.

Other wordsEdit

This really needs expansion.


Stuff I've worked onEdit

This is not merely self-aggrandisement (there's those who've done much more to further Wiktionary than me); its contents have utility as a basis for further work I do. You're welcome to take a look though.

Non-English lemmas are not included here (for now).

Categories createdEdit

Appendices createdEdit

Templates createdEdit

English lemmas createdEdit

This may need expansion.

Eye dialect forms createdEdit

English lemmas significantly expandedEdit

This needs expansion, despite my intent not being to make it exhaustive.

English medieval punctuation termsEdit

English simple pasts as past participlesEdit

The entry broke was already sufficient here.

Other nonstandard past participlesEdit

Nonstandard simple pastsEdit

Syncretic past forms are included here.