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EnglishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From earlier hash tag, from hash (sign) +‎ tag. The hash sign (#) was initially proposed as tag hash by Chris Messina to create groups on Twitter[1][2], modeled after the IRC channel prefix. First published use as hash tag by Stowe Boyd in 2007[3].

NounEdit

hashtag (plural hashtags)

  1. (Internet) A metadata tag, signaled by a preceding hash sign (#), used to label content. [from 2007]
    • 2007 Aug 25, Stowe Boyd, tweet, https://twitter.com/stoweboyd/status/226570552
      I support the hash tag convention: http://tiny url.com/2qttlb #hashtag #factoryjoe #twitter
    • 2009, Paul McFedries, Pete Cashmore, Twitter Tips, Tricks, and Tweets
      You can also search for a hashtag by typing a topic (without the #) in the search box and clicking Search.
    • 2009, Alistair Croll, Sean Power, Complete Web Monitoring
      While hashtags aren't formally part of Twitter, some clients, such as Tweetdeck, will persist hashtags across replies to create a sort of message threading.
    • 2011, Rory Stewart, "Here we go again", London Review of Books, 33.VII:
      The planes are moving into position. The foreign ministers of minor Arab states are taking calls on their cell-phones from Western politicians. Twitter accounts explode around the Libyan hash-tag.
  2. (Internet, informal) The hash sign itself. (Can we add an example for this sense?)

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hashtag (third-person singular simple present hashtags, present participle hashtagging, simple past and past participle hashtagged)

  1. (transitive, Internet) To label (a message) with a hashtag.

Further readingEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Chris Messina (Aug 23, 2007) Twitter[1]: “how do you feel about using # (pound) for groups. As in #barcamp [msg]?”
  2. ^ Chris Messina (Aug 25, 2007), “Groups for Twitter; or A Proposal for Twitter Tag Channels”, in factoryjoe.com[2], archived from the original on Oct 12, 2007
  3. ^ Stowe Boyd (Aug 26, 2007), “Hash Tags = Twitter Groupings”, in stoweboyd.com[3]

DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English hashtag.

NounEdit

hashtag

  1. (Internet) hashtag

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English hashtag.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

hashtag m (plural hashtags)

  1. (Internet) hashtag

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HungarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English hashtag.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈhɛʃtɛɡ]
  • Hyphenation: hash‧tag

NounEdit

hashtag

  1. (Internet) hashtag
    • 2013 August 18, Dia Sákovics, “Miért osztjuk meg a neten a vacsoránk?”, in Origo[4], retrieved 2015-02-06:
      Az Instragramon több mint 40 millió fotó található a food hashtag alatt […]
      There are more than 40 million photos under the food hashtag on Instagram […]
    • 2014 October 2, “Nyolc magyar a legnagyobb újítók között”, in Origo[5], retrieved 2015-02-06:
      A New Europe 100-as listára bárki jelölhetett embereket a honlapon adott ajánlással vagy Twitteren a #NE100 hashtag használatával.

DeclensionEdit

Inflection (stem in -e-, front unrounded harmony)
singular plural
nominative hashtag hashtagek
accusative hashtaget hashtageket
dative hashtagnek hashtageknek
instrumental hashtaggel hashtagekkel
causal-final hashtagért hashtagekért
translative hashtaggé hashtagekké
terminative hashtagig hashtagekig
essive-formal hashtagként hashtagekként
essive-modal
inessive hashtagben hashtagekben
superessive hashtagen hashtageken
adessive hashtagnél hashtageknél
illative hashtagbe hashtagekbe
sublative hashtagre hashtagekre
allative hashtaghez hashtagekhez
elative hashtagből hashtagekből
delative hashtagről hashtagekről
ablative hashtagtől hashtagektől
Possessive forms of hashtag
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. hashtagem hashtagjeim
2nd person sing. hashtaged hashtagjeid
3rd person sing. hashtagje hashtagjei
1st person plural hashtagünk hashtagjeink
2nd person plural hashtagetek hashtagjeitek
3rd person plural hashtagjük hashtagjeik

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NounEdit

hashtag f or m (in variation) (plural hashtags)

  1. (Internet) hashtag (a tag with a hash sign)

SpanishEdit

NounEdit

hashtag m (plural hashtags)

  1. hashtag