User:Erutuon

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lua-3 This user can write more complex Lua modules.
JS-2 This user has a fair command of JavaScript, and can understand some scripts written by others.
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Ἄνδρα μοι ἔννεπε, Μοῦσα, πολύτροπον, ὃς μάλα πολλὰ
πλάγχθη, ἐπεὶ Τροίης ἱερὸν πτολίεθρον ἔπερσε·
...

For infrequently updated information about me, see my page on English Wikipedia.

Here on Wiktionary, I mainly edit Ancient Greek entries. I have a decent grasp of Latin too, and some knowledge of Old English. I can read the Arabic alphabet and have a decent understanding of the morphology. I am quite fascinated by historical phonology and wish there were more phonological information in etymology sections on Wiktionary, to make it less of a mystery how words have changed form.

JavaScript[edit]

I've created a number of functions using TemplateScript to perform tedious editing tasks with a single click, like adding {{non-gloss definition}} or {{subst:chars|grc}}, updating Ancient Greek conjugation tables, or converting lists of derived or related terms to the templates {{der3}} and {{rel3}}. These can be found here.

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Lua[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

I speak a weirdly simplified variety of American English with a split based on Canadian raising and no distinction between the "short i" vowel and schwa.

/ai ˈspik ə ˈwiɹdly ˈsəmpləfai̯d vəˈrai̯əti əv əˈmeɹəkən ˈiŋɡləʃ wəθ ə ˈsplət best ɑn kəˈnediən ˈɹeziŋ ənd ˈno dəˈstiŋkʃən biˈtwin ðə ʃort ˈai̯ ˈvau̯əl ənd ʃwɑ ‖/

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Un-lexicographical stuff[edit]

My brother and I created a 24-hour clock that shows the path of the sun on any day at any location around the world. See NaturalClock.net. (It needs a lot of work on its user experience.)

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