Wiktionary:About Esperanto

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link={{{imglink}}} This is a Wiktionary policy, guideline or common practices page. Specifically it is a policy think tank, working to develop a formal policy.
Policies – Entries: CFI - EL - NORM - NPOV - QUOTE - REDIR - DELETE. Languages: LT - AXX. Others: BLOCK - BOTS - VOTES.


English Wikipedia has an article on:

The aim of this page is to explain the norms used in Esperanto entries. It is intended to complement, not supersede, WT:CFI and WT:ELE.


If a suffix is always followed by the same part-of-speech suffix, then the suffix together with the suffix which always follows it should be considered as a single suffix for purposes of listing derived terms. For example: -igi and -iĝi. Sometimes, the suffix without the part-of-speech suffix is also listed, but marked as a root form using {{eo-root of}}, as on -ar-.

If a suffix can be followed by different part-of-speech suffixes, then the derived terms should be listed under the bare suffix, and there could be a usage note saying that the affix does not modify the part of speech of a word. Examples: -aĉ-, -et-.



Durably archived works not on Google Books or Google Scholar[edit]

External links[edit]

Reta Vortaro is a contributive project where a moderator examines the contributions before publishing them. Articles are written in XML format and are based on a specific DTD. One can link from any Wikimedia project to ReVo using the code [[ReVo:radik]] or [[ReVo:radik|radiko]] where radik is the word root or base part of the word (i.e., without its grammatical part-of-speech ending) to which one wants to link. It will result in: radiko. Some more examples: ar, ekvaci, nombr, difin


Esperanto uses these letters:

They have these names: