Wiktionarian

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EtymologyEdit

From Wiktionary +‎ -ian.

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Wiktionarian (plural Wiktionarians)

  1. (Wiktionary and WMF jargon) A person who contributes to Wiktionary, especially a regular contributor versed in the ways of the site.
    • 2008, Phoebe Ayers; Charles Matthews; Ben Yates, How Wikipedia Works: And How You Can Be a Part of It, No Starch Press, page 430:
      An outside project called Omegawiki, started by a handful of Wiktionarians, is working on a grand combination of data from Wiktionary into a single dictionary for all languages.
    • 2012, Sylviane Granger; Magali Paquot, editors, Electronic Lexicography, Oxford University Press, page 271:
      Wiktionary contributors are called Wiktionarians.
    • 2013, Robert Lew, “User-generated content (UGC) in online English dictionaries”, in OPAL - Online publizierte Arbeiten zur Linguistik, number § 5.1:
      Wiktionary is compiled through a collaborative process by a large community of Web users, in this context called Wiktionarians.

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