User:Lo Ximiendo

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de-1 Diese Benutzerin beherrscht Deutsch auf grundlegendem Niveau.
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lua-0 This user knows little about Lua and just mimics existing usage.

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@Lo Ximiendo, I have been having the same problem for the past week. It only affects Firefox, so I assume you are using Firefox as your browser. I am still trying to find out exactly what the problem is, and how to fix it. In the meantime, try using your Internet Explorer browser. At the moment, I suspect that it has something to do with cookies, because occasionally I see this message: Central user log in No active login attempt is in progress for your session (and one of my Wiktionary cookies is named Central user log in). —Stephen (Talk) 04:34, 31 December 2016 (UTC)
@Lo Ximiendo, I may have found a solution. It is working right now, but I don't know yet if it's temporary or permanent. I'll explain what I did: first, open your Firefox OPTIONS. If you don't know where to find OPTIONS, look near the top of the screen, in the right-hand corner, to see 3 horizontal marks, like Ξ. Click on that, then OPTIONS. In the left margin, click on PRIVACY. Under HISTORY, click on REMEMBER HISTORY and change it to USE CUSTOM SETTINGS FOR HISTORY. Then click on KEEP UNTIL THEY EXPIRE and change it to KEEP UNTIL I CLOSE FIREFOX. Finally, close Firefox and restart it. And hopefully that will fix it. Perhaps after the next upgrade, you might be able to return to the original settings. We'll have to see. Right now, I just hope that this continues to fix our problem. ... Well, it has now been two days since I figured out this fix, and my Firefox is still working well. The only problem is that after I close Firefox, the next time I start it, I have to log in again. But that has not been a problem for me. —Stephen (Talk) 17:50, 2 January 2017 (UTC)

Sandbox[edit]

See what templates I'm working on here. Don't forget to make any suggestions over there.

Not-so-personal Projects[edit]

  • German lemmata: 50,554/100,000
  • Polish lemmata: 20,035/100,000
  • Catalan lemmata: 13,519/100,000

Hausa Language[edit]

  • For template parameters, how about a pair that involves both the Ajami (Arabic abjad) and Boko (Roman alphabet) counterparts, just like the Malay language is to its Jawi and Rumi counterparts? One could also write the Kanuri language in Ajami, too. In the Malagasy language, the Ajami script is also called Sorabe.
  • It's amazing (not to mention also amusing) what one could learn from a single dictionary.
  • I wish {{ha-noun}} were similar to {{ar-noun}} when it comes to diacritics and plural forms.
  • Copy-pasta reference: à/â/ā, è/ê/ē, ì/î/ī, ò/ô/ō, ù/û/ū, ā̀, ḕ, ī̀, ṑ, ū̀, r̃, Ɓ ɓ, Ɗ ɗ, Ƙ ƙ, Ƴ ƴ

Adjectives[edit]

M, m
matsī̀wàcī (insolent); mur̃jējḕ (muscular)
W, w
wafēcḕ (huge)

Nouns[edit]

A, a
aduwā̀ f (desert date tree); àgōgo m (clock, watch); Ailàn f (Ireland); àwazā̀ f (rib cage)
B, b
bàutā f (slavery; worship); buɓḕwā f (okra); baitī̀ m (stanza in chiefly prosody)
Ɓ, ɓ
ɓākutu m (clay pot w/o a neck)
C, c
caka (clubs in playing cards); cōcì m (church)
D, d
dangā f (cornstalk fence; constructed barrier); dàr̃nī m, plural darnuka (cornstalk fence); digā̀ f (pickaxe); dar̃mā̀ f (lead, tin); dūkìyā f (wealth, asset, riches); dumɓū m (worn-out tool)
Ɗ, ɗ
ɗāwīsù m (peacock); ɗḕfī m (edge, tip); ɗigṑ m (drop, drip; dot, period); ɗa (basic seed syllable)
F, f
fàsfô m (passport); fatsa f (fish-hook)
G, g
gagài m (aphrodisiac); gâiwā f (lunged mudfish); gimbìyā f (princess)
H, h
hàmīlā̀ f (sword sling); hàmayyā̀ f (rivalry, political opposition); hàlakā̀ f (destruction, perishing); hàngum m (mumps); hanī̀ m (prohibition); hasàfī m (small gift); hùsūfī̀ m (eclipse)
J, j
jìminā f (ostrich); jinsī̀ m (biological sex; gender in grammar; kind, race, species); jùwā f (dizziness, vertigo)
K, k
kubbì m (hearts in playing cards); kōmā f (small fishing net); kōmī m (canoe); kōtù f (court); kùcākī m (slovenly person); kùnî m (quinine)
Ƙ, ƙ
ƙūgìyā f (hook, anchor); ƙùmbā f (mussel shell; fingernail, talon); ƙùrungù m (spotted catfish)
L, l
laccā̀ f (lecture); làmbū m (garden, irrigated farm); lazzā̀ f (flavor); luggā̀ f (language)
M, m
makaɗī m (musician's drumstick; spindle); makāmā f (handle in one sense, excuse in another) / makā̀mā m (a traditional title held by one of an amir's councillors); mayānī m, plural mayanai (kerchief); mùhibbā̀ f (respect); muhūjī m (a boring tool, as in a drill?); muhūrī m (two-handled carving tool); mùjallā̀ f, plural mujalloli (magazine, journal); mūjìyā f (owl); murfī m (stopper, cover, lid); mùr̃zānī̀ m (red coral); mūzī m (simpleton); mùzūrū m (tom-cat)
N, n
nāfilā̀ f (extra, non-compulsory prayer); nahawū̀ m (grammar); nāhiyā̀ f (continent); nasar̃ā̀ f (victory, success)
R, r
ràndā f (large pot for water storage)
S, s
sarƙā̀ f (chain; chain necklace); sī̀rīƙī m (cornstalk flute); sōmī̀ m (beginning, start); sṑsō m (loofah, sponge); sùfānā̀ f (wrench)
Sh, sh (ش/Ŝ/Š, technically)
shāhṑ m (hawk, falcon); shḕkarā̀ f (year); shiftā̀ f (dictation); shingē m (fence)
T, t
tàɓō m (mud); tàmbayā̀ f (question); tārū m, plural taraye (large fishing net); tḕku f (ocean, sea); tōshiyā f (bribe); tōzō m (hump, for instance, of a camel); tūbàlī m, plural tubala (brick; akin to Swahili tofali); Tūr̃ai m (Europe); tūtā̀ f (flag, banner)
Ts, ts
tsabgā̀ f (cane, rod, switch); tsaunī̀ m (hill); tsēre m (race, contest); tsìbirī m (island); tsīgī m (lark, warbler); tsīla f (tapeworm)
U, u
ùƙūbā̀ f (misery, anguish); ūlù m (wool, wool thread); usùr̃ m, plural usurori (whistle); umr̃ā f (the minor Hajj in Islam)
W, w
wasàlī m (vowel); wuƙā f (knife); wuyā̀ m (neck); wā̀sā m, plural wasanni (game, sport); war̃ƙā̀ f (paper sheet, paper money, leaf)
Y, y
yankī̀ m (part, section; district, region, province, state); yàrī m (earring[s]); yayyafī m (drizzle, light rain)
Z, z
m (diamonds in playing cards); zîk m (zipper); zùrū m (staring, stare); zùnubī̀ m (sin)

Verbs[edit]

Ɓ, ɓ
ɓùlla (grade 3; to appear suddenly), ɓùra (grade 3; to hop, to jump about), ɓusā̀ (grade 1; to bore a hole into something)

About the Chakma language[edit]

Hypothetical Hanja[edit]

Correct me if I'm inaccurate about these terms.

  • litholatry: 石崇拜 - 석숭배 (seoksungbae)
  • cynolatry: 犬崇拜 - 견숭배 (gyeonsungbae)
  • ichthyolatry: 魚崇拜 - 어숭배 (eosungbae)
  • heliolatry: 太陽崇拜 - 태양숭배 (taeyangsungbae)
  • pyrolatry: 火崇拜 - 화숭배 (hwasungbae)
  • selenolatry: 月崇拜 - 월숭배 (wolsungbae)
  • astrolatry: 星崇拜 - 성숭배 (seongsungbae)
  • family church: 家庭敎會 - 가정교회 (gajeonggyohoe)

Sino-Xenic Terms for Classical Chinese Dance[edit]

Yoni Eggs[edit]

Translations of the Universe's Highest Qualities[edit]

Sino-Xenic Terms for Submission (Islam)[edit]

Arabic script[edit]

Adapted writing systems[edit]