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Welcome to the English side. :P - -sche (discuss) 20:15, 4 April 2011 (UTC)

RFD: Präzisionen[edit]

Ja, es ist für en.Wikt ausreichend, wenn ein Wort (und seine Bedeutung) mit Zitaten belegt ist, egal ob es in Referenzen ist. Wir tun das doch teilweise auch in de.Wikt — ich habe Homosexualitäten vor kurzem belegt, obwohl der Duden keinen Plural führt. Cheers, - -sche (discuss) 20:15, 4 April 2011 (UTC)

Hallo -sche,
Nett, Dich auch hier anzutreffen. :) Ich verstehe schon die Positionen, allerdings machen sich bei solchen Sachen bei mir Bauchschmerzen bemerkbar. Denn Präzisionen sind schon rein logisch fragwürdig. Ich denke eher, dass die Autoren "Präzisierungen" meinen. Was heißt eigentlich RFD? Schöne Grüße --Yoursmile 12:57, 5 April 2011 (UTC)
RFD ist WT:RFD, Requests for Deletion. Du hast Recht, dass der Plural angesichts der allgemeinen Bedeutung "Genauigkeit" fragwürdig ist. Vielleicht ist das Wort doch mit einer Bedeutung wie "Genauigkeit unter Einhaltung geforderter Toleranzen" verwendet. "Das vorgeschlagene Verfahren ergab Präzisionen von 2,5 bis 8,7%" wäre dann "es ergab am besten eine Präzision von 2,5% (der Wert weicht nur 2,5% vom richtigen Wert ab), am schlechtesten eine Präzision von 8,7%". Wenn die Referenzen führen diesen Plural und jene Bedeutung nicht, und wir sie doch rausgefunden haben, dann haben wir (mal Denglisch zu sprechen) got a leg up on them. (Das ist jedenfalls die Hoffnung. Ob das immer noch nur einen Fehler der Autoren belegt...) liebe Grüße - -sche (discuss) 04:39, 8 April 2011 (UTC)

Adding content below Anagrams[edit]

Anagrams are almost always the last heading (at L3) in a L2 section, often following References (at L3). See uncreative. Have a good time! DCDuring TALK 23:07, 5 July 2012 (UTC)

Bot[edit]

Dear Yoursmile, you are running a bot at bn.wiktionary.org for adding interwiki links. But unfortunately it doesn't have any bot flag. So please request for a bot approval here. Otherwise if it runs without any approval it'll be blocked without further notice. Thank you for understanding. Face-smile.svg --Pratyya (Hello!) 13:41, 5 January 2014 (UTC)

Done. Thanks and best regards --Yoursmile (talk) 13:51, 5 January 2014 (UTC)
Thanks for requesting. Now as we don't have any local crat so please add
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to this page--Pratyya (Hello!) 15:10, 5 January 2014 (UTC)

Kochfeld[edit]

You honestly believe there is an archaic dative for the German word for cooktop? SemperBlotto (talk) 22:20, 2 February 2014 (UTC)

I reverted your edit, because there are two genetives. It is conceivable that there is an dative form ending with -e. See also w:de:Dativ#Dativ-e (summarized: Nouns (masculin and neutrum), ending with -(e)s, got in Middle High German a -e. Today it still can be used, because of stylistic or rhythmic reasons). But there are no examples on Google. Therefore i don't insist that we keep the alternative dativ form. Best regards --Yoursmile (talk) 08:54, 3 February 2014 (UTC)