Template:FWOTD

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Foreign word of the day  in Undetermined
example (part of speech)
  1. this is an example
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The following documentation is located at Template:FWOTD/documentation. [edit]


Parameters[edit]

  • 1= Language code.
  • sc= Script code (optional, defaults to the language's default)
  • 2= Entry name
  • 3= Display form of the word (if different from entry name)
  • head2= Second entry name (used for words with multiple equivalent forms)
  • head2alt= Display form of second word
  • sc2= Script to use for second word
  • 4= Transliteration
  • pos= Part of speech
  • 5= Definition
  • 6= Definition (optional)
  • 7= Definition (optional)
  • 8= Definition (optional).
  • image= image of the word (for those scripts which are likely to show up as boxes)
  • audio=, audio2=, audio3= audio file(s);
  • audiodesc=, audiodesc2=, audiodesc3= description of the audio files (dialect, for example);
  • focus= description of the focus week;
  • overrideimageheight= define a height in pixels for the image (default is 20 pixels);
  • overridebold=1 prevents the headline from being bold.

Examples[edit]

{{FWOTD|ine-pro|*suHnús|||son|pos=noun|focus=Reconstructed languages week}}
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Foreign word of the day  in Proto-Indo-European
*suHnús noun
  1. son
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Reconstructed languages week



{{FWOTD|got|𐌰𐌿𐌺||auk|for, because|but also|sc=Goth|image=Text-got-auk.png|pos=conjunction|focus=Dead languages week}}
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Foreign word of the day  in Gothic
𐌰𐌿𐌺 (auk) conjunction
  1. for, because
  2. but also
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Dead languages week



{{FWOTD|la|ignis|||fire|audio=La-cls-ignis.ogg|audiodesc=Classical|audio2=La-ecc-ignis.ogg|audiodesc2=Ecclesiastical|pos=noun|focus=Latin week}}
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Foreign word of the day  in Latin
ignis noun
  1. fire
Classical:

Ecclesiastical:
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Latin week