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Formerly known as Angr.
In addition to the languages listed in my Babel box, languages I'm comfortable adding and discussing lemmas in include:
- Ancient Greek
- Lower Sorbian
- Middle Irish
- Middle Welsh
- Old English
- Primitive Irish
See my user page at Wikipedia.
For cleanup Edit
- CAT:Ancient Greek terms with incomplete pronunciation (131)
- CAT:Descendants to be fixed in desctree by language
- CAT:Gothic romanizations without a main entry (13)
- CAT:Gothic terms with quotations
- CAT:IPA pronunciations with invalid IPA characters (46)
- CAT:IPA pronunciations with invalid representation marks (336)
- CAT:IPA pronunciations with paired HTML tags (200)
- CAT:Pages using ISBN magic links (5)
- CAT:Pronunciation templates without a pronunciation (13)
- CAT:Requests concerning Burmese
- CAT:Requests concerning Irish
- CAT:Requests concerning Old Irish
- CAT:Requests concerning Lower Sorbian
- CAT:Requests concerning Welsh
- CAT:Requests concerning Middle Welsh
- CAT:Requests for definitions in German entries (52)
- CAT:Requests for gender in Welsh entries (1)
- CAT:Requests for inflections in Ancient Greek entries (3)
- CAT:Requests for inflections in German entries (3)
- CAT:Requests for inflections in Irish entries (4)
- CAT:Requests for inflections in Old Irish entries (3)
- CAT:Requests for native script for Ancient Greek terms (2)
- CAT:Requests for native script for Avestan terms (1)
- CAT:Requests for native script for Gothic terms (0)
- CAT:Requests for native script for Old Church Slavonic terms (2)
- CAT:Requests for native script for Sanskrit terms (2)
- CAT:Requests for pronunciation in Ancient Greek entries (0)
- CAT:Requests for pronunciation in German entries (0)
- CAT:Requests for pronunciation in Irish entries (2)
- CAT:Requests for pronunciation in Old Irish entries (0)
- CAT:Requests for pronunciation in Welsh entries (0)
- CAT:Requests for transliteration of Yiddish terms with Hebrew-only letters (2)
- User:Erutuon/mainspace headers/possibly incorrect
- Wiktionary:Todo/Derivation category does not match entry language
Reverse lookup Edit
My protologisms Edit
- Brovid (noun) – the conjunction of Brexit with the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in terms of problems exacerbated by this conjunction
- Thanks to Brovid, Paul doesn't know when he'll be able to return to Germany from the UK.
- Apparently I wasn't the only person to think of this; see Brovid at the MacMillan Dictionary.
- cislate (verb) – to convert into a different variety of the same language
- He cislated "I realised the centre is coloured grey" into American English as "I realized the center is colored gray".
- goodass (noun) – someone who wants to be a badass but is too good-hearted to pull it off
- multitalentless – engaging in a variety of artistic endeavors, but without talent in any of them.
- Jennifer Lopez can't sing, she can't dance, and she can't act – she's truly multitalentless!
- zombie language (noun) – a language that has died but was later revived, and gets modern vocabulary by borrowing or calquing from living languages
(Note: multitalentless is already at Urban Dictionary, meaning at least one other person has come up with this word independently of me.)