Language Name Meaning

How to use

This template allows putting information about the foreign names of article subjects and their respective meanings in that languages into an article. This template should go in between Trivia and References sections of a page:

{{Foreignname
|Jap=Kuribō
|JapM=chestnut people
}}

The language's abbreviation and M (for Meaning) are parameters for this template. For languages that don't use the Latin alphabet, such as Japanese, Korean, and Chinese, an additional abbreviation + R (Romanized) can be used.

The following languages are currently supported:

  • Jap (JapM / JapR) - Japanese
  • Eng (EngM) - English
  • EngA (EngAM) - American English
  • EngE (EngEM) - British/Commonwealth English
  • Spa (SpaM) - Spanish
  • SpaA (SpaAM) - Latin American Spanish
  • SpaE (SpaEM) - Spain/European Spanish
  • Fra (FraM) - French
  • FraA (FraAM) - Quebec French
  • FraE (FraEM) - France/European French
  • Dut (DutM) - Dutch
  • Ger (GerM) - German
  • Ita (ItaM) - Italian
  • Gre (GreM / GreR) - Greek
  • Kor (KorM / KorR) - Korean
  • Chi (ChiM / ChiR) - Chinese
  • Vie (VieM) - Vietnamese
  • Por (PorM) - Portuguese
  • PorA (PorAM) - Brazilian Portuguese
  • PorE (PorEM) - Portugal/European Portuguese
  • Rus (RusM / RusR) - Russian
  • Heb (HebM / HebR) - Hebrew
  • Tha (ThaM / ThaR) - Thai
  • Fin (FinM) - Finnish
  • Ice (IceM) - Icelandic
  • Den (DenM) - Danish
  • Nor (NorM) - Norwegian
  • Swe (SweM) - Swedish
  • Slo (SloM) - Slovene
  • Svk (SvkM) - Slovak
  • Cze (CzeM) - Czech
  • Pol (PolM) - Polish
  • Rom (RomM) - Romanian
  • Cat (CatM) - Catalan
  • Tag (TagM) - Tagalog
  • Est (EstM) - Estonian
  • Lat (LatM) - Latvian
  • Lit (LitM) - Lithuanian
  • Arm (ArmM / ArmR) - Armenian
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