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Greek just added. All-important form to be presented here. —This unsigned comment was added by (talk).

  • Removed - wrong alphabet for Greek. SemperBlotto (talk) 21:22, 19 October 2017 (UTC)
Iber means an inhabitant for the peninsula and meant to describe ethnic Georgians as well. Please discuss and stop removing. If there's a problem with Greek coding you're more than welcome to correct me.
He did correct you. You're trying to add this to the wrong page, so none of your content belongs here- you might as well be adding it to the entry at marshmallow. If you want to add a Greek entry, I believe the correct place would be at Ίβηρ. Even if it were the right place, you left out the part of speech header and the headword line (see WT:EL for more information). Also, you need to learn about language codes:
The language code for Greek is "el".
I might add that ancient Iberia was only part of what is now modern Georgia, and there's also Georgia in the United States, so your definition wasn't very helpful either.
Finally, it's not a serious error, but the {{lb}} template takes an unlimited number of parameters after the language code, so {{lb|el|archaic|historical}} does exactly the same thing as {{lb|el|archaic}}{{lb|el|historical}}
Before you try to add any more Greek entries you should go to Category:Greek language and look through the resources linked to from there. Chuck Entz (talk) 06:37, 20 October 2017 (UTC)


Why do you want to remove Greek?

Greek does not use Latin script. See above. Read it. Equinox 00:24, 9 November 2017 (UTC)