User talk:Suruena/i18n (en)

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Translate the list to your language![edit]

At this place you can translate the list of language names template to your language. It's easy:

  • Write at the end of this section {{List of Languages|lang=your language's code}};
  • Save the page;
  • Click at every link to a non existing template
  • Write at each new template the translation of that language name to your language (if you don't know the translation of some of them don't bother, someone will translate them later).

At this point anyone will be able to use this list in other pages in that language. --surueña 21:33, 2005 Apr 18 (UTC)


If you are a registered user it is a good idea to watch the template List of Languages. This way you will know when a new language is added to the list, being able translate it to your language as soon as possible.

af: Afrikaans[edit]

Names in the language itself and in Afrikaans (zie ook af:Taalfamilies): +/-

  • Afrikaans (Afrikaans)
  • English (find)
  • 日本語 (Japanees)
  • русский (Russies)
  • svenska (Sweeds)
  • 中文 (Sjinees)


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br: Breton[edit]

Names in the language itself and in Breton: +/-

  • Afrikaans (Afrikaneg)
  • български (Bulgareg)
  • brezhoneg (Brezhoneg)
  • čeština (Tchekeg)
  • dansk (Daneg)
  • Deutsch (Alamaneg)
  • Ελληνικά (Gresianeg)
  • English (Saozneg)
  • español (Spagnoleg)
  • Esperanto (Esperanteg)
  • فارسی (Farsi pe Perseg)
  • français (Galleg)
  • italiano (Italianeg)
  • 日本語 (Japaneg)
  • kurdî (Kurdeg)
  • Nederlands (Nederlandeg)
  • norsk (Norvegeg)
  • polski (Poloneg)
  • português (Portugaleg)
  • русский (Rusianeg)
  • svenska (Svedeg)
  • 中文 (Sinaeg)


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de: German[edit]

Names in the language itself and in German: +/-

  • български (Bulgarisch)
  • brezhoneg (Bretonisch)
  • čeština (Tschechisch)
  • dansk (Dänisch)
  • Deutsch (Deutsch)
  • Ελληνικά (Neugriechisch)
  • English (Englisch)
  • español (Spanisch)
  • Esperanto (Esperanto)
  • فارسی (Persisch)
  • français (Französisch)
  • italiano (Italienisch)
  • 日本語 (Japanisch)
  • kurdî (Kurdisch)
  • Nederlands (Niederländisch)
  • polski (Polnisch)
  • português (Portugiesisch)
  • русский (Russisch)
  • српски / srpski (Serbisch)
  • svenska (Schwedisch)


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en: English[edit]

+/-

  • Afrikaans (Afrikaans)
  • العربية (Arabic)
  • azərbaycanca (Azerbaijani)
  • български (Bulgarian)
  • brezhoneg (Breton)
  • čeština (Czech)
  • dansk (Danish)
  • Deutsch (German)
  • Ελληνικά (Greek)
  • English (English)
  • español (Spanish)
  • Esperanto (Esperanto)
  • فارسی (Persian)
  • français (French)
  • گیلکی (Gilaki)
  • עברית (Hebrew)
  • italiano (Italian)
  • 日本語 (Japanese)
  • қазақша (Kazakh)
  • 한국어 (Korean)
  • kurdî (Kurdish)
  • مازِرونی (Mazanderani)
  • Nederlands (Dutch)
  • norsk (Norwegian)
  • polski (Polish)
  • português (Portuguese)
  • русский (Russian)
  • српски / srpski (Serbian)
  • svenska (Swedish)
  • українська (Ukranian)
  • 中文 (Chinese)


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eo: Esperanto[edit]

Names in the language itself and in Esperanto: +/-

  • Deutsch (Ĝermana)
  • English (Angla)
  • español (Hispana)
  • Esperanto (Esperanto)
  • français (Franca)
  • Nederlands (Nederlanda)


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es: Spanish[edit]

+/-

  • Afrikaans (Afrikaans)
  • български (Búlgaro)
  • brezhoneg (Bretón)
  • čeština (Checo)
  • dansk (Danés)
  • Deutsch (Alemán)
  • Ελληνικά (Griego)
  • English (Inglés)
  • español (Español)
  • Esperanto (Esperanto)
  • فارسی (Persa)
  • français (Francés)
  • italiano (Italiano)
  • 日本語 (Japonés)
  • қазақша (Kazajo)
  • 한국어 (Coreano)
  • kurdî (Kurdo)
  • Nederlands (Holandés)
  • norsk (Noruego)
  • polski (Polaco)
  • português (Portugués)
  • русский (Ruso)
  • српски / srpski (Serbio)
  • svenska (Sueco)
  • 中文 (Chino)


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fr: French[edit]

Names in the language itself and in French: +/-

  • Afrikaans (Afrikaans)
  • български (Bulgare)
  • brezhoneg (Breton)
  • čeština (Tchèque)
  • dansk (Dannois)
  • Deutsch (Allemand)
  • Ελληνικά (Grec)
  • English (Anglais)
  • español (Espagnol)
  • Esperanto (Espéranto)
  • فارسی (Persan (farsi))
  • français (Français)
  • עברית (Hébreu)
  • italiano (Italien)
  • 日本語 (Japonais)
  • қазақша (Kazakhe)
  • 한국어 (Coréen)
  • kurdî (Kurde)
  • Nederlands (Hollandais)
  • norsk (Norvégien)
  • polski (Polonais)
  • português (Portugais)
  • русский (Russe)
  • српски / srpski (Serbo-croate)
  • svenska (Suédois)
  • 中文 (Chinois)


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ko: Korean[edit]

Names in the language itself and in Korean: +/-

  • Afrikaans (아프리칸스어)
  • български (불가리아어)
  • brezhoneg (브르타뉴어)
  • čeština (체코어)
  • dansk (덴마크어)
  • Deutsch (독일어)
  • Ελληνικά (그리스어)
  • English (영어)
  • español (에스파냐어)
  • Esperanto (에스페란토)
  • فارسی (페르시아어)
  • français (프랑스어)
  • italiano (이탈리아어)
  • 日本語 (일본어)
  • қазақша (카자흐어)
  • 한국어 (한국어)
  • kurdî (쿠르드어)
  • Nederlands (네덜란드어)
  • norsk (노르웨이어)
  • polski (폴란드어)
  • português (포르투갈어)
  • русский (러시아어)
  • српски / srpski (세르비아어)
  • svenska (스웨덴어)
  • 中文 (중국어)


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nl: Dutch[edit]

Names in the language itself and in Dutch: +/-

  • Afrikaans (Afrikaans)
  • български (Bulgaars)
  • brezhoneg (Bretons)
  • čeština (Tjechisch)
  • dansk (Deens)
  • Deutsch (Duits)
  • Ελληνικά (Grieks)
  • English (Engels)
  • español (Spaans)
  • Esperanto (Esperanto)
  • فارسی (Perzisch)
  • français (Frans)
  • italiano (Italiaans)
  • 日本語 (Japans)
  • қазақша (Kazakstaans)
  • 한국어 (Koreaans)
  • kurdî (Koerdisch)
  • Nederlands (Nederlands)
  • norsk (Noors)
  • polski (Pools)
  • português (Portugees)
  • русский (Russisch)
  • српски / srpski (Servisch)
  • svenska (Zweeds)
  • 中文 (Chinees)


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New language name scripts[edit]

I created two new scripts

{{Lang name|code=acode}}: For nl this results in "Nederlands"

{{Lang name (code)|code=acode}}: For nl this results in "Nederlands (nl)"

Ummm... nice idea, I like those new templates because they gave ortogonality, specially the first one. And respecting the template that adds the code, I want to create this templates to automagically translate the list of languages, thus not needing to include "neutral" signs like the language code to inform the user what language it refers, but I suppose that it could be helpful too. And thank you for being interested in this i18n project! --surueña 21:56, 2005 Apr 26 (UTC)