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This template is used for the headword line of Russian nouns. All parameters are optional and the template will display correctly with as little as {{ru-noun}}. This template contains the necessary meta-data to allow users who are using accelerated editing to create any grammatical forms semi-automatically.

1= and head2=, head3= ...
The headword of the current entry, with accents. See the documentation of Module:ru-headword for more information.
tr= and tr2=, tr3= ...
Overrides the automatic transliteration of Cyrillic letters if needed.
2= and g2=, g3= ...
The noun's gender, specified in the format of Module:gender and number. For Russian, the following are valid:
  • For nouns that have singular and plural forms: m-an, m-in, f-an, f-in, n
  • For nouns that have only singular forms: m-an, m-in, f, n
  • For nouns that have only plural forms: m-an-p, m-in-p, f-an-p, f-in-p, n-p
Use ? if you don't know the gender at all. Use m-?, f-?, m-?-p and f-?-p if you know the gender, but not if it's animate or not. m, f, m-p, f-p are equivalent to these as well.
3= and gen2=, gen3= ...
The genitive form of the noun, with accents. This is normally the genitive singular form, but it can be plural if the noun only occurs in that form.
  • If the noun is not declined at all, use -.
4= and pl2=, pl3= ...
The nominative plural form of the noun, with accents.
  • If the noun has no plural (is uncountable), use -.
f= and f2=, f3= ...
The feminine equivalent of the noun, if any.
m= and m2=, m3= ...
The masculine equivalent of the noun, if any.