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twenty hundred[edit]

Hi. "2000" is not useful. The time is written in the definition already, "20:00". Equinox 02:19, 11 December 2011 (UTC)

Letter Names[edit]

Please use the actual name of the letters as written in the {{Latn-def}} template. A may be pronounced as if it were written "ay", but this is a written dictionary- the written name is "a". When you click on the link that's produced by your edit, it doesn't show a definition saying that's the name of the letter in English. Also, look at Category:en:Latin letter names.

In case you're thinking of adding such a definition, consider this link: [1]]. Before you change the spelling of letter names, look them up on Wikipedia or other references, and check to see what the names used by Unicode are. There are cases like aitch where the written name and the name as pronounced are the same.

It's also possible that "ay" might be considered an alternate spelling of the letter, but you would want to add it as an alternate-name parameter (see the documentation at the {{Latn-def}} template for details on how), and it could still be reverted if no one uses it that way (see WT:CFI for the requirements for documenting that a term is used (or attested).

I apologize for the wordy explanation, but since you're not making these edits out of any intent to vandalize, I feel I owe you at least this much. Chuck Entz (talk) 00:33, 21 July 2012 (UTC)



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double U[edit]

If the entry is double U, it's for that term, and not for double u. The casing matters. Equinox 21:57, 11 September 2012 (UTC)

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