Template talk:tr-noun

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Support for optional circumflexes[edit]

Turkish can be written with optional circumflex accents over some vowels. This may not be common these days but part of Wiktionary's mission is to cover all orthographies, not just the most common or most up to date, and it's quite easy to find Turkish with circumflexes on the internet with a Google search.

Latin and Old English also use optional diacritics and their inflection templates allow for them. The generic inflection template {{infl}} also supports them via the head parameter. The Turkish inflection templates should also allow for them. — hippietrail 02:38, 16 July 2009 (UTC)

This comment isn't about the circumflexes, but I think covering "all orthographies" would be insane. Some languages use or have used very many... it'd be a nightmare. — [ R·I·C ] opiaterein — 13:00, 16 July 2009 (UTC)

Allow me to talk to myself to work this shit out[edit]

Ok, 2= for anything ending in an unstable consonant is silly. I need to switch 1= so that certain things will only add to the pagename, and anything else will display... whatever you specify. Now...

  • i, u, ü, ı, yi, yu, yü, yı... That should be it, I think. Hai sa mergem. — [ R·I·C ] Laurent — 23:31, 5 May 2011 (UTC)

Support for words having two accusative/plural forms needed[edit]

Some words in Turkish do have two accusative forms, like oğul. The accusative is oğlu or oğulu. I propose to extend the template for these words. Sae1962 (talk) 18:39, 26 August 2012 (UTC)

Diminutive in Turkish[edit]

As a proposal, I added a test template that has the diminutive as a third parametre. You may have a look at it to augment the current template. The word kitap#Turkish uses already this third parametre, and I tested it already by calling the template sandbox.--Sae1962 (talk) 08:47, 13 April 2015 (UTC)