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ka ამ მომხმარებლის მშობლიური ენა არის ქართული.
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This user's native script is Georgian.
This user has a near-native understanding of the Cyrillic alphabet.
This user has a near-native understanding of the Latin alphabet.
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It is easier to understand my posts if you imagine they end with this


Georgian national corpus

my wiki-related stuff on github


terms I constantly forget


My other accounts are User:DixtosaBOT, User:Giorgi Eufshi

Ideas, projects, todo[edit]

Progress level: quick note[edit]

Progress level: ready to start[edit]

In progress[edit]

    • This entry does not exist, but wait a sec, I can suggest what it might mean.
  • Deep analysis (suggested edits)
    • Affix detector
    • WMFLabs-only: (can't get wikitext for multiple pages)
      • What links here analysis
      • is it part of other page's Etymology section? or "derived terms" section

On hold / failed attempts[edit]


Things that ease the creation and editing of (Georgian) entries[edit]

Ideally, everything should be here

Things I have yet to clarify[edit]

  • meagre vs meager
  • should we make an entry for the sop term because its pronunciation is different? for example "I dont know" pronounced like ai ron nou
  • copyright holder of ქეგლ
  • why unvisited links blank title attribute on hovering
  • what if lemma has the same inflectional form
  • quotations between defs again
  • the place of paronyms
  • suffixoids
  • "immature words" - are three sources enough?
  • Use Latin or Georgian script for ccs-pro.
  • when to split definitions. for example: # cat or female cat || # cat # female cat
    • maybe we need conventions about definition writing
  • in complex phrasal verbs: use one or someone?
    • maybe we need naming conventions?



Domestic phenomena and other stats[edit]