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This template creates a soft redirect to Wiktionary.

Do not place it on every possible word. Soft redirects to Wiktionary are to dictionary definitions, and generally Wikipedia is not a dictionary.

Only use it when:

  • There is no scope for a popflock.com resource article at this title, and
  • There is no other popflock.com resource page to which this would be an appropriate redirect, and
  • There is a relevant entry in Wiktionary, and
  • Readers search for it on Wikipedia.

See popflock.com Resource: Wikimedia sister projects § Soft redirects from popflock.com resource to a sister project for further guidance on the use of such templates.

This template is a self-reference and so is part of the popflock.com resource project rather than the encyclopaedic content.

Usually, you should not use popflock.com Resource: Substitution with this template.


You can use {{longcomment}} to prevent a page thus redirected from being listed on Special:Shortpages.

{{Wiktionary redirect}} {{subst:longcomment}}
Provides a soft redirect to the Wiktionary page, using the current page's name, but the first letter is turned to lower case. Check if the case is appropriate.
{{wtr|sophisticated}} {{subst:longcomment}}
Pass a parameter to specify the link target.
{{wtr|Category:English idioms|many=yes}}
Pass "many=yes" to link to lists or categories on Wiktionary.

Side effects

  1. This template will categorise tagged articles into Category:Redirects to Wiktionary.

Where used

Other templates linking to Wiktionary

Wiktionary link templates
Template Alias Explanation
{{Wiktionary}} {{wikt}} Makes a box.
{{Wiktionary pipe}} {{wtp}} Ditto. Allows a piped link.
{{See Wiktionary}} A disambiguation hatnote type. Useful if the article title is a generic name, but the content differs from it. For example, Tryout is an article about a journal, and this template is used to link to "tryout" page in Wiktionary.
{{Wiktionary-inline}} {{wti}} Can be used in the "External links" section, by making a one-line navigator. Not inline in the usual sense.
{{Wiktionary redirect}} {{wtr}} Makes a soft redirect.
{{wtc}} Similar to {{wikt}}, but links to a category in Wiktionary.
{{Wiktionary category}} Ditto, more verbose type.
{{Linktext}} Turns each of consecutive words into an Wiktionary link, or any other interwiki / interlang link. Example: {{linktext|tá?t?'ááh| adiji?ii}}  ->  tá?t?'ááh adiji?ii
{{wt}} Links to a language-specific section of a Wiktionary entry.
{{wikt-lang}} Applies a language tag to a word, and links to that language's section of the Wiktionary entry on the word, much like the {{m}} and {{l}} templates on Wiktionary. For instance, {{wikt-lang|en|be|was}} yields was, and is equivalent to {{lang|en|[[wikt:be#English|was]]}}.

Moving a non-encyclopedic entry to Wiktionary:


Wiktionary-related userboxes:

See also:

  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.



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