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wiki - Wiktionary

English

Etymology

1995.[1] Abbreviated from WikiWikiWeb, from Hawaiian wikiwiki (fast) + English net.

Pronunciation

Noun

wiki (plural wikis)

  1. A collaborative web site which could be straight edited merely by utilizing an online browser, typically by anybody with entry to it.

Hyponyms

Derived phrases

Translations

Verb

wiki (third-person singular easy current wikis, current participle wikiing, easy previous and previous participle wikied)

  1. (transitive, intransitive) To analysis on Wikipedia or some related wiki.
    To get an understanding of the subjects, he rapidly went on-line and wikied each.
    • 2008 December 1, GeekDad, “Son of a Geek: Comics and Rising Up the DC Means”, in Wired Information:

      I tore by way of his assortment wikiing any plot factors that I missed studying the significance of the gamers of the DC universe

    • 2009 June 18, Lizz Holmans, “Janus”, in uk.rec.sheds, Usenet[2]:

      Her English isn’t any higher than my Portuguese, however I wikied ‘influenza’ in Portuguese and it got here up with ‘gripe’

    • 2010, Noemi Gonzalez, Journey, web page 65:

      I did analysis on the web and came upon so. I “wikied” it.

  2. (intransitive) To contribute to a wiki.
    • 2006, Deptford Television, Deptford.TV Diaries, web page 73:

      Running a blog, wiki-ing, coding are all actions that generate authorial product.

    • 2007, Dan Woods, Wikis for dummies, web page 17:

      One of the best ways to begin wiki-ing is to seek out an current wiki (that’s, a hosted wiki) and begin including to it.

    • 2008, Robert E. Cummings; Matt Barton, Wiki writing: collaborative studying within the school classroom, web page 46:

      For instance, weblog and wiki software program can be utilized to assist all kinds of actions that aren’t generally related to the actions of “running a blog” or “wikiing.” This contains actions like sharing syllabi, publishing bulletins

  3. (transitive) To take part within the wiki-based manufacturing of.
    • 2009 October 19, “Cooking Consensus: Will Wiki Work within the Kitchen?”, in Time[3]:

      The historical past of wikied novels is not fairly (Penguin Books by no means printed the gobbledygook that was “A Million Penguins”), and nobody has dared wiki a jazz tune.

Translations

References

  1. ^ Cunningham, Ward (2005) , “Correspondence on the Etymology of Wiki”, in Cunningham & Cunningham, Inc.[1], retrieved 28 February 2010

Anagrams


Chinese language

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Pronunciation

Noun

wiki

  1. wiki
  2. Wikipedia

Synonyms


Choctaw

Various kinds

Adjective

wīki

  1. heavy

Danish

Etymology

Borrowed from English wiki.

Noun

wiki c (singular particular wikien, plural indefinite wikier)

  1. A wiki.

Inflection

Derived phrases

Anagrams


Dutch

Etymology

Borrowed from English wiki.

Pronunciation

Noun

wiki m (plural wiki’s, diminutive wikietje n)

  1. wiki

Derived phrases

Anagrams


Finnish

Etymology

From English wiki, fashioned from Hawaiian wikiwiki.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈwiki/, [ˈwiki]
  • Rhymes: -iki
  • Syllabification: wi‧ki

Noun

wiki

  1. wiki (collaborative web site)

Declension


French

Etymology

Borrowed from English wiki.

Pronunciation

Noun

wiki m (plural wikis)

  1. wiki

Derived phrases

Anagrams


Hawaiian

Etymology

From Proto-Polynesian *witi (word: solely attested in Central-Jap Polynesian).[1]

Pronunciation

Verb

wiki

  1. (stative) hasten, velocity up.
  2. (stative) be swift, speedy, fast.

Derived phrases

References

  • “wiki” within the Hawaiian Dictionary, Revised and Enlarged Version, College of Hawaii Press, 1986

Indonesian

Etymology

Borrowed from English wiki.

Pronunciation

Noun

wiki (plural, first-person possessive wikiku, second-person possessive wikimu, third-person possessive wikinya)

  1. wiki

Additional studying


Japanese

Romanization

wiki

  1. Rōmaji transcription of ウィキ

Kokota

Etymology

Borrowed from English week.

Noun

wiki

  1. week
    palu wiki : two weeks

References

  • Invoice Palmer, Kokota Grammar, web page 380 →ISBN

Limburgish

Etymology

Borrowed from English wiki.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈwi˦kə˧/, /ˈwi˦ki˨/

Noun

wiki m

  1. wiki

Inflection

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Decrease Sorbian

Etymology

Borrowed from Center Low German wīk, from Latin vicus.[1]

Pronunciation

Noun

wiki pl (plural solely)

  1. (literary, commerce) market
    Stwórtk su pśecej wiki.

    The market is at all times [open] on Thursdays.
    • 1998, Erwin Hannusch, chapter 1, Niedersorbisch praktisch und verständlich, Bautzen: Domowina Verlag, →ISBN, web page 20:
      Tšochu dalej su Stare wiki.

      Considerably additional on is the Outdated Market.
  2. city sq.

Declension

Derived phrases

References

  1. ^ Bartels, Hauke (2009). “Decrease Sorbian vocabulary”. In Haspelmath, Martin; Tadmor, Uri. World Loanword Database. Munich: Max Planck Digital Library. Retrieved 2011-04-13.

Additional studying

  • Starosta, Manfred: Dolnoserbsko-nimski słownik, Ludowe nakładnistwo Domowina, Budyšyn, 1999., →ISBN
  • Šwjela, Bogumil: Dolnoserbsko-němski słownik, Ludowe nakładnistwo Domowina, Budyšyn, 1963., p. 451.

Norwegian

Etymology

Borrowed from English wiki, from Hawaiian wikiwiki (fast).

Pronunciation

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Noun

wiki m

  1. A wiki.

Inflection

Derived phrases


Portuguese

Noun

wiki f or m (much less frequent) (plural wikis)

  1. wiki (web site permitting collaborative modifying of content material)

Spanish

Etymology

Borrowed from English wiki.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈwi.ki/, /ˈɡwi.ki/

Noun

wiki m or f (plural wikis)

  1. wiki

Sranan Tongo

Etymology

From English week.

Pronunciation

Noun

wiki

  1. week

Swahili

Etymology

Borrowed from English week.

Noun

wiki (n class, plural wiki)

  1. per week

Synonyms


Swedish

Etymology

Borrowed from English wiki.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /viːkɪ/, /vɪkɪ/, /wiːkɪ/, /wɪkɪ/

Noun

wiki c

  1. wiki.

Declension

The plurals usually are not agreed upon, different phrases for the indefinite plural nominative presently in use embrace wikier, wikis, wikisar, wikior, wikiar, wiki and so forth.


Tocharian A

Etymology

From Proto-Tocharian *w’īkän, from Proto-Indo-European *(d)wi(h₁)dḱm̥ti (cognate with Latin vīgintī, Historical Greek εἴκοσι (eíkosi), Doric ϝείκατι (weíkati), Sanskrit विंशति (viṃśati), Avestan (vīsaiti), Ossetian инсӕй (insæj), Armenian քսան (kʿsan), Albanian (një)zet, Welsh ugain). Evaluate Tocharian B ikäṃ.

Numeral

wiki

  1. twenty

Turkish

Etymology

Borrowed from English wiki.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ˈvici/
  • Hyphenation: wi‧ki

Noun

wiki (particular accusative wikiyi, plural wikiler)

  1. wiki

Declension

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