Wiktionary:Esperanto headword-line templates

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This page lists the most important Esperanto templates that can be used for headword lines. A full list is at Category:Esperanto headword-line templates.

Automatic part of speech[edit]

The template {{eo-head}} automatically tries to detect the part of speech based on the ending of a word. It can be used with all nouns, adjectives and verbs, and adverbs ending in -e. It can also be used with inflected forms of these.

Participles[edit]

While participles could in theory use {{eo-head}}, they will be classed as nouns, adjectives and adverbs then, which is not desirable as there are special categories for participles. Thus, instead, there is a special template {{eo-part}} for participles.

Nouns[edit]

Example Output Uses
On the page for viro

{{eo-noun}}

viro (plural viroj, accusative singular viron, accusative plural virojn) uses

Proper nouns[edit]

Example Output Uses
On the page for Parizo

{{eo-proper noun}}

Parizo (accusative Parizon) uses

Verbs[edit]

Example Output Uses
On the page for ami

{{eo-verb}}

ami (present amas, past amis, future amos, conditional amus, jussive amu) uses

Adjectives[edit]

Example Output Uses
On the page for necesa

{{eo-adj}}

necesa (plural necesaj, accusative singular necesan, accusative plural necesajn) uses

Adverbs[edit]

Example Output Uses
On the page for bone

{{eo-adv}}

bone uses

Prepositions[edit]

Example Output Uses
On the page for al

{{eo-prep}}

al uses

See also[edit]