Template:Foreignname

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Japanese Unknown
Unknown

Korean Unknown
Unknown

Simplified Chinese Unknown (iQue)
Unknown

Simplified Chinese
Traditional Chinese
Unkn. / Unkn.
Unknown

Arabic Unknown
Unknown

Russian Unkown
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Dutch Unkown

German Unknown

European Spanish Unknown

Latin American Spanish Unknown

European French Unknown

Quebec French Unknown

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Template documentation (view)


This template displays the foreign names of article subjects and their respective meanings. It is usually placed at the bottom of the page following the trivia section.

Parameters

Each language has a base parameter and an M (meaning) parameter. Languages that do not use the latin alphabet also take an R (romanization) parameter. The following languages are currently supported:

ja, ja-r, ja-m
Japanese name, romanization, meaning
ko, ko-r, ko-m
Korean name, romanization, meaning
zh, zh-r, zh-m
Chinese (simplified) name, romanization, meaning
zht
Chinese (traditional) name
zhq, zhq-r, zhq-m
Chinese (iQue player) name, romanization, meaning
ar, ar-r, ar-m
Arabic name, romanization, meaning
ru, ru-r, ru-m
Russian name, romanization, meaning
nl, nl-m
Dutch name, meaning
de, de-m
German name, meaning
es, es-m
Spanish (European) name, meaning
esl, esl-m
Spanish (Latin American) name, meaning
fr, fr-m
French (European) name, meaning
frq, frq-m
French (Quebec) name, meaning
it, it-m
Italian name, meaning
pt, pt-m
Portuguese name, meaning

Use

{{Foreignname
| ja   = クリボー
| ja-r = Kuribō
| ja-m = chestnut people
}}


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Lloid NL.png
This template has an associated edit notice
You can find it here: MediaWiki:Editnotice-10-Foreignname.
  • Edit notices are often used to provide special instructions to editors before making changes to high-use pages.