Template:etystub

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This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term.


The {{etystub}} template is used to mark an etymology which is a stub: information in an Etymology section that is overly short and/or lacking detail. {{etystub}} should normally be used directly after the end of an etymology, on the same line, not on a new line. It takes three optional parameters:

  • lang or 1: the language code or language name of the language in question. See Wiktionary:Languages.
  • nocap: to have the initial 'T' of 'This' as a lowercase 't'.
  • nodot: to omit the final period/full stop.
  • nocat: omits categorization.

See also

  • {{rfe}}, to request an etymology when there is no etymology. In the form of a box, not a line of text
  • {{rfv-etymology}}, to dispute or question an etymology