User:Robin Lionheart/ino

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A subst: template to generate new articles for animals with -ido, -ino, and -iĉo suffixes.

1
Esperanto root for generic animal
2
Esperanto suffix to generate page for: ino, ido, or iĉo
3
English generic animal name
id
(optional) English term of venery for offspring (used when 2=ido)
in
(optional) English term of venery for female (used when 2=ino)
iĉ, icx
(optional) English term of venery for male (used when 2=iĉo)
uk
(optional) English term for castrated male (used when 2=iĉo)
q
(optional) "1" to prepend generic animal name to venery term
a
{optional) English generic animal adjective (ex. porcine)
cat
(optional) add Category:eo:____

You can leave out both in and for id and vice versa, but filling in all three will let you copy/paste the subst: line for all three, so you need only change the second parameter.

Mind: You don't actually have to generate ino/ido/iĉo pages for every creature on earth. If it's not a translation of a word in the English Wiktionary, and you can't think of a reason anyone would ever use it, don't bother to make pages for male, female, or baby fleas. Save your effort for something more useful, like male and female bees.

Example[edit]

{{subst:User:Robin Lionheart/ino|kok|ino|chicken|q=|id=chick|in=hen|iĉ=cock|a=galline|cat=Chickens}}

{{subst:User:Robin Lionheart/ino|sciur|iĉo|squirrel|q=1|id=kit|in=doe|icx=buck|a=sciurine|cat=Rodents}}


Esperanto

Etymology[edit]

mamulo ‎(mammal) +‎ -ino ‎(female)

Noun[edit]

ino ‎(accusative singular Robin Lionheart/inon, plural Robin Lionheart/inoj, accusative plural Robin Lionheart/inojn)

  1. female mammal, [[{{{in}}}]]

Hypernyms[edit]

Coordinate terms