- For an example of formatting, see Česko and Katze: the level-2 heading stands for the language of the word.
- The "Čechy" entry has two senses: Bohemia, and Czechia. The latter sense is colloquial and deviates from strict usage, but this is how colloquial Czech often uses the word "Čechy", so Wiktionary documents the usage. --Dan Polansky (talk) 20:30, 27 July 2012 (UTC)
However simetimes used in wider meaning in Czech, it is simply incorrect usage. Čechy = Bohemia, Česko = Czechia. At the same time, it does not mean this usage in Czech is automatically transported into English. Česko = Čechy + Morava + Slezsko, thus Czechia = Bohemia + Moravia + Silesia. Ignorants can mixed up astronomy and agronomy, but the meaning remains the same and has not been changed by incorrect usage. Wiktionary documents nothing, they are a lot of mistakes, errors and bad explantions in Wikipedia, because it is created and administrated by amateurs.