User:Wikipean/Third-party wikis in languages rejected by the Wikimedia Foundation

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This is a list of third-party wikis similar to Wikimedia projects, which are written in languages, dialects or writing systems rejected by the Wikimedia Foundation, or which are multilingual. These wikis are not owned and hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, but their aims or purposes are similar to existing Wikimedia projects.

Anyone can add wikis to this list. User:Wikipean coordinates this page.

Quasi-Wikipedias[edit]

Name Wiki farm Wiki engine URL Name(s) in local language(s) Language(s), dialect(s) and script(s) Possible ISO code(s)[1] Description
Hanja Wiki Fandom (Wikia) MediaWiki kore.wikia.org/ko 漢字위키 (Korean in the mixed script of Hangul[2] and Hanja[3]),
한자위키 (Korean in the Hangul-only script)
Korean Pyojuneo[4] in the mixed script of Hangul and Hanja ko-kore-KR A wiki-based encyclopedia written in the Pyojuneo in the mixed script of Hangul and Hanja. Note: Korean Wikipedia is written in both of the Pyojuneo (mostly) and the Munhwaŏ[5] in the Hangul-only script. In Korean Wikipedia, Hanja is mostly written in parentheses as additional information.
The Klingon Enclyclopedia Fandom (Wikia) MediaWiki klingon.fandom.com tlhIngan Hol (literally, "Klingon language" in Klingon in the Latin script) Klingon in the Latin script tlh-latn A wiki-based encyclopedia written in Klingon, a constructed language spoken by the fictional Klingons in the Star Trek universe, in the Latin script. Originally, it had been started as Klingon Wikipedia in 2004, but it was closed and transferred to the current wiki in 2005. See also History of the Klingon Wikipedia.
Tâi-gí pah-kho[6] Fandom (Wikia) MediaWiki taigi-pahkho.wikia.org 臺語百科 or 台語百科[7] (Chinese in Traditional Chinese characters) Taiwanese Hokkien Chinese in Traditional Chinese characters nan-hant-TW A wiki-based encyclopedia written in Taiwanese Hokkien, a variant of Chinese, in Traditional Chinese characters. Note: Min Nan Wikipedia[8] is written only in Pe̍h-ōe-jī (POJ), a romanization of Hokkien, and mostly in Taiwanese Hokkien.
VinaWiki Independent MediaWiki www.hannom-rcv.org/wi 韋那威箕 (Vietnamese in Hán-Nôm[9])
Vi-na Uy-ki (Vietnamese in chữ Quốc ngữ without diacritics)
Vietnamese in Hán-Nôm vi-hani-VN A wiki-based encyclopedia written in Vietnamese in Hán-Nôm. It is operated by the Han-Nom Revival Committee of Vietnam (委班復生漢喃越南; Ủy Ban Phục Sinh Hán-Nôm Việt Nam). The old wiki still exists in Fandom (Wikia). Note: Vietnamese Wikipedia is written in chữ Quốc ngữ, the modern Vietnamese alphabet in the Latin script.
Wikipesija[10] Fandom (Wikia) MediaWiki tokipona.fandom.com Wikipesija Toki Pona in the Latin script mis-tokipona-latn A wiki-based encyclopedia in Toki Pona, a constructed language, in the Latin script. Originally, it had been started as Toki Pona Wikipedia, but it was closed and transferred to the current wiki. Note: Although it is not a Wikipedia any longer, but it is using the name Wikipesija ("Wikipedia").

Quasi-Wiktionaries[edit]

Name Wiki farm Wiki engine URL Name(s) in local language(s) Language(s), dialect(s) and script(s) Possible ISO code(s)[1] Description
Contionary Fandom (Wikia) MediaWiki conlangdictionary.fandom.com Contionary (English) and others English en A wiki-based dictionary for constructed languages, written in English. This is affiliated with Conlang Wikia. Note: Various editions of Wiktionary contain only notable constructed languages.
OmegaWiki Independent MediaWiki (WikiLexicalData) www.omegawiki.org OmegaWiki (English) and others Multilingual mul, others A wiki-based multilingual dictionary written in all languages. For a proposal for adoptation to the Wikimedia Foundation, see OmegaWiki. Note: In Wiktionaries, definitions of vocabularies are written in individual host languages.

Quasi-Incubator[edit]

Name Wiki farm Wiki engine URL Name(s) in local language(s) Language(s), dialect(s) and script(s) Possible ISO code(s)[1] Description
Incubator Plus Fandom (Wikia) MediaWiki incubatorplus.fandom.com Incubator Plus (English) and others Multilingual (various languages in test wikis and English is the language for maintenance of the wiki) mul, en, others This wiki hosts test editions of Wikimedia projects written in languages, dialects and scripts were rejected by Wikimedia Incubator.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. a b c Combination of the ISO 639 (for languages), ISO 15924 (for writing systems) and ISO 3166 (for countries) codes.
  2. Hangul (한글, original MR: Han'gŭl, the South Korean variant of MR: Han-gŭl, RR: Han-geul) is the Korean alphabet invented by King Sejong the Great, the fourth king of Joseon in the 15th century.
  3. Hanja (漢字, Hangul: 한글, MR: Hancha) is the Korean name of Chinese characters, cognate with Mandarin Chinese hànzì, Japanese kanji and Vietnamese Hán tự.
  4. The Pyojuneo (표준어, Hanja: 標準語, the original version and the South Korean variant of MR: P'yojunŏ, the North Korean variant of MR: Phyojunŏ; literally, "Standard Language") is the standard form of the Korean language in the Republic of Korea (South Korea).
  5. The Munhwaŏ (문화어, Hanja: 文化語, RR of South Korean: Munhwa-eo; literally, "Cultural Language") is the standard form of the Korean language in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea).
  6. Tâi-gí pah-kho means "[The] Encyclopedia [in the] Tai[wanese] Language" in the Taiwanese Hokkien Chinese (Pe̍h-ōe-jī). The Taiwanese language is an alternative name of Taiwanese Hokkien Chinese. Pe̍h-ōe-jī (POJ) is a romanization of Hokkien and widely used by enthusiasts and learners of the language in Taiwan (Republic of China). Note that the National Language (Guoyu, 國語) of the Republic of China is a standardized form of Beijing Mandarin Chinese.
  7. is widely used as a simplified variant character of in Chinese.
  8. Min Nan or Southern Min is an alternative name of Hokkien Chinese. Min is a subgroup of Chinese variants.
  9. Hán is Hán tự (漢字), the Vietnamese name for (the original) Chinese characters, and Nôm is chữ Nôm (字喃), extended Chinese characters for writing Vietnamese. Hán-Nôm (漢喃) means the Vietnamese writing system in Hán tự and chữ Nôm.
  10. Wikipesija means "Wikipedia" in Toki Pona (in the Latin script).