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Contributions[edit]

I shall be working mainly on Ewe words found at:

  1. Index:Ewe.
  2. Category:Ewe language
  3. Other languages (Akan / Twi).

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Today is Saturday, May 26, 2018, 07:23 (GMT). Currently there are 5,589,173 articles on the English version of Wiktionary.

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Word of the day for May 26
pike n
  1. Senses relating to a pointed object.
    1. (military, historical) A very long spear used two-handed by infantry soldiers for thrusting (not throwing), both for attacks on enemy foot soldiers and as a countermeasure against cavalry assaults.
    2. A sharp point, such as that of the weapon.
    3. A large haycock (conical stack of hay left in a field to dry before adding to a haystack).
    4. (diving, gymnastics) A position with the knees straight and a tight bend at the hips with the torso folded over the legs, usually part of a jack-knife.
    5. (fashion, dated) A pointy extrusion at the toe of a shoe.
    6. (chiefly Northern England) Especially in place names: a hill or mountain, particularly one with a sharp peak or summit. []
  2. Any carnivorous freshwater fish of the genus Esox, especially the northern pike, Esox lucius.

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