Wiktionary

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Wiktionary (a portmanteau of “wiki” and “dictionary”) is a project to create open-content dictionaries in every language. The first Wiktionary was the English language Wiktionary, created by Brion Vibber on December 12, 2002. French and Polish language Wiktionaries followed over a year later, on March 22, 2004. On May 1, 2004, Tim Starling initialized Wiktionaries in every language for which there was an existing Wikipedia, leading to 143 new Wiktionaries. The page “Requests for Wiktionary permissions” was created on May 2 so that stewards could deal with increase in permission requests by users needing administrator access on these new projects. This was later merged with “Requests for permissions”.

The list of ISO codes can be found on Wikipedia.

User Group and discussionsEdit

A set of multilingual pages on Meta are dedicated to Wiktionary and supported by the Tremendous Wiktionary User Group.

Recent changes for all WiktionariesEdit

Moved to Meta:Recentchanges/All languages

List of WiktionariesEdit

In the following table, "Entries" is the count of content pages, while "All pages" counts all pages including redirects, talk pages, etc. (explanation). "Wiki" links to the Wiktionary and is labeled with Wikimedia's abbreviation for the language name.

Other sources of similar statistics for Wiktionaries:

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Case sensitivityEdit

For all Wiktionaries, the first character of the page name (after the namespace prefix) is case-sensitive (like all other letters of this name).

Active WiktionariesEdit

Ænglisc (ang) · Afrikaans (af) · Alemannisch (als) · aragonés (an) · armãneashti (roa-rup) · asturianu (ast) · Avañe'ẽ (gn) · Aymar aru (ay) · azərbaycanca (az) · Bahasa Indonesia (id) · Bahasa Melayu (ms) · Bân-lâm-gú (zh-min-nan) · Jawa (jv) · Sunda (su) · bosanski (bs) · brezhoneg (br) · català (ca) · čeština (cs) · corsu (co) · Cymraeg (cy) · dansk (da) · Deutsch (de) · Dorerin Naoero (na) · eesti (et) · English (en) · español (es) · Esperanto (eo) · euskara (eu) · føroyskt (fo) · français (fr) · Frysk (fy) · Gaeilge (ga) · Gaelg (gv) · Gagana Samoa (sm) · Gàidhlig (gd) · galego (gl) · gungbe (guw) · Hausa (ha) · hrvatski (hr) · Ido (io) · interlingua (ia) · Interlingue (ie) · Iñupiatun (ik) · isiZulu (zu) · íslenska (is) · italiano (it) · kalaallisut (kl) · kaszëbsczi (csb) · kernowek (kw) · Ikinyarwanda (rw) · Kiswahili (sw) · kurdî (ku) · Latina (la) · latviešu (lv) · Lëtzebuergesch (lb) · lietuvių (lt) · Limburgs (li) · lingála (ln) · la .lojban. (jbo) · magyar (hu) · Malagasy (mg) · Malti (mt) · Māori (mi) · Na Vosa Vakaviti (fj) · Nāhuatl (nah) · Nederlands (nl) · norsk (no) · norsk nynorsk (nn) · occitan (oc) · Oromoo (om) · oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча (uz) · Plattdüütsch (nds) · polski (pl) · português (pt) · română (ro) · Runa Simi (qu) · Sängö (sg) · Sesotho (st) · Setswana (tn) · shqip (sq) · sicilianu (scn) · Simple English (simple) · SiSwati (ss) · slovenčina (sk) · slovenščina (sl) · Soomaaliga (so) · srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски (sh) · suomi (fi) · svenska (sv) · Tagalog (tl) · Tiếng Việt (vi) · Tok Pisin (tpi) · Türkçe (tr) · Türkmençe (tk) · Vahcuengh (za) · Volapük (vo) · walon (wa) · Wolof (wo) · Xitsonga (ts) · Ελληνικά (el) · беларуская (be) · български (bg) · кыргызча (ky) · қазақша (kk) · македонски (mk) · монгол (mn) · русский (ru) · српски / srpski (sr) · татарча/tatarça (tt) · тоҷикӣ (tg) · українська (uk) · հայերեն (hy) · ქართული (ka) · गोंयची कोंकणी / Gõychi Konknni (gom) · कॉशुर / کٲشُر (ks) · नेपाली (ne) · मराठी (mr) · संस्कृतम् (sa) · हिन्दी (hi) · Fiji Hindi (hif) · hornjoserbsce (hsb) · বাংলা (bn) · ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (pa) · ગુજરાતી (gu) · ଓଡ଼ିଆ (or) · தமிழ் (ta) · తెలుగు (te) · ಕನ್ನಡ (kn) · Minangkabau (min) · മലയാളം (ml) · සිංහල (si) · ไทย (th) · မြန်မာဘာသာ (my) · བོད་ཡིག (bo) · ລາວ (lo) · ភាសាខ្មែរ (km) · ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ/inuktitut (iu) · ᏣᎳᎩ (chr) · ትግርኛ (ti) · አማርኛ (am) · 한국어 (ko) · 日本語 (ja) · 中文 (zh) · 粵語 (yue) · ייִדיש (yi) · עברית (he) · اردو (ur) · العربية (ar) · پښتو (ps) · پنجابی (pnb) · سنڌي (sd) · ၽႃႇသႃႇတႆး (shn) · tacawit (shy) · vèneto (vec) · فارسی (fa) · ئۇيغۇرچە / Uyghurche (ug) · ދިވެހިބަސް (dv) · +/-

Languages that use Wikipedia to serve their WiktionaryEdit

  • The Alemannic Wiktionary has been created as separate namespace within Alemannic Wikipedia: Wort:Houptsyte.
  • The Bavarian Wiktionary has been created as separate namespace within Bavarian Wikipedia: Woat:Start.
  • The Literary Chinese Wiktionary has been created as separate namespace within Literary Chinese Wikipedia: 維基大典:維基爾雅.
  • The Rhine Franconian Wiktionary has been created as separate namespace within Rhine Franconian Wikipedia: Wort:Hauptseite.
  • The Scots Wiktionary has been created as separate namespace within Scots Wikipedia: Define:Main Page.For historical reasons, the incubator:Wt/sco test project co-exists, but it is planned to migrate to scowiki.

Test WiktionariesEdit

Please visit the Wikimedia Incubator project for new language versions.

See alsoEdit