Assamese Wiktionary 
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- Language details: Assamese (অসমীয়া, as ISO 639-1)
- Editing community:
Prabhakar Sarma Neog (Psneog 12:52, 8 October 2011 (UTC)) N
Chaipau 16:54, 10 October 2011 (UTC)
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- Relevant pages: assamese wiktionary project in incubator
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There was an Assamese Wiktionary opened earlier, however was closed and moved to incubator due to inactivity (http://incubator.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wt/as).
However, now we want to revive this project. This is a request to please re open the project.
Psneog 11:56, 8 October 2011 (UTC)
Arguments in favour 
Basic Information= 
- Assamese language is spoken in Assam (India), West Bengal (India), Bangladesh and various places of the Assamese communities in various parts of world.
- Assamese is the official language in Assam
- Approximately 16,709,000 people in Assam speak Assamese,
- Dialects: Jharwa (Pidgin), Mayang, Standard Assamese, Western Assamese (Kamrupi), Nagamese and Arunachali
- Assamese is often used in all the states various ways, like words borrowed from it or as a connecting language.
- Assamese alphabet maps one to one to the Devanagari alphabets
- The Assamese Wikipedia has approx 705 article in it and growing.
Other Causes 
- There are very few up-to-date paper dictionaries in Assamese.
- Most of the people, especially poor students don't get access to a good dictionary, but can access it via mobile, which are available even in the far corners of the state.
- Wikimedia specific: Most of the technical terms are not available in Assamese and there is a dire need to havew a online dictionary
- Assamese doesn't have a on-line spell chkr,
Psneog 09:07, 21 October 2011 (UTC)
Arguments against 
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