User:AryamanA

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This user is currently working on

  • Improved Hindi (10,416)
    • decl and conj modules
    • basic Urdu terms = 2,546 lemmas
  • Punjabi → 790/1,000 lemmas, conj. template
  • learning Gujarati, Marathi, Mandarin
  • Sanskrit terms with strong PIE etymology; Proto-Indo-Iranian
enN
English
hi-urN
हिंदुस्तानी/ہندوستانی
hiN
हिंदी
ur3
اردو
bra2
ब्रज
awa1
अवधी
inc-ohi1
पुरानी हिंदी
zh2
中文
cmn2
普通话 (北京)
pa2
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
gu1
ગુજરાતી
mr1
मराठी
bn0
বাংলা
sa1
संस्कृतम्
psu1
𑀧𑀸𑀉𑀤
inc-ash1
Ashokan Prakrit
ae0
Avestan
peo0
Old Persian
iir-pro1
Proto-Indo-Iranian
ine-pro0
Proto-Indo-European
Latn (en)N
Latin script
Deva (hi/mr/sa)N
देवनागरी
IAST4
saṃskṛta lipyantaraṇa
Latn (cmn)4
Hànyǔ Pīnyīn
Guru3
ਗੁਰਮੁਖੀ
Gujr3
ગુજરાતી લિપિ
IPA (mul)3
[fəˈnɛ.ɾɪk]
Arab (ur)2
نستعلیق‏‎
Beng2
বাংলা লিপি
{{t}}3
?
HTM3
<HTML/>
CSS3
CSS
Latex3
LaTeX
Py3
Python
Lua2
Lua
C2
C
R1
R
UTC-5 This user's time zone is UTC-5 and observes Daylight Saving Time UTC-4 (March – November).


بازیچۂ اطفال ہے دنیا مرے آگے
ہوتا ہے شب و روز تماشا مرے آگے


बाज़ीचा-ए-अतफ़ाल है दुनिया मेरे आगे
होता है शब-ओ-रोज़ तमाशा मेरे आगे

—Mirza Ghalib

Hello! I'm an admin here. I help out with most Indian languages (perhaps too many for my own good). I've been learning Mandarin for two years now.

My name derives from Proto-Indo-Iranian *aryamán-.

I'm also active on Hindi Wikipedia as a translator of English articles, and on English Wikipedia as a member of WikiProject India. I've been trying to "fix" Hindi Wiktionary for a while now as well.

Todo[edit]

I want to learn some Southeast Asian languages eventually.

Figure out the deal with Hindustani and the regional Hindi dialects; perhaps something like {{zh-dial-syn}} that also automatically grabs Urdu spellings from Hindi headword line templates would be a solution.


There are more Macedonian entries than Hindi entries...


  • Figure out how to add Indian Sign Language ins
  • insource:/\#\: \{\{lang\|hi/

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Pronunciation[edit]

  • GenAm (maybe a little Southern accent?) English.
  • Delhi Hindi, with (ŕ) as [ɾɪ].
    • (ai) and (au) are monophthongs.
  • Beijing Mandarin Chinese.
  • Mexican Spanish.
  • North Indian Classical Sanskrit.
  • Majhi Punjabi.

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