Module:Lang/data/sandbox
Module Talk
< Module:Lang‎ | data
This is the module sandbox page for Module:Lang/data (diff).
Module documentation​[​view​] [edit] [history] [purge]
This Lua module is used on many pages and changes may be widely noticed. Test changes in the module's /sandbox or /testcases subpages, or in your own module sandbox. Consider discussing changes on the talk page before implementing them.
This module depends on the following other modules:
This module holds various support tables used by Module:Lang
  • lang_name_table – this table provides language name data used in the creation of categories and, for the {{lang-??}} templates, the language name annotation
  • override – this table overrides data in lang_name_table; commonly used when an en.wiki article title differs from the name for the standard's language
  • rtl_scripts – a list of ISO 15924 scripts that are written right-to-left; data taken from the table at ISO 15924#List of codes
  • translit_title_table – a table of tables that is used in the creation of the title= attribute of the <i>...</i> tags that wrap transliterated text; data adapted from
    {{transl}}
  • article_name – this table overrides lang_name_table and override for (typically) disambiguated en.wiki article names
The above documentation is transcluded from Module:Lang/data/doc​. (edit | history)
Editors can experiment in this module's sandbox (edit | diff) and testcases (create) pages.
Add categories to the /doc subpage. Subpages of this module.
--[[--------------------------< L A N G _ N A M E _ T A B L E >------------------------------------------------​
primary table of tables that decode: lang -> language tags and names script -> ISO 15924 script tags region -> ISO 3166 region tags variant -> iana registered variant tags suppressed -> map of scripts tags and their associated language tags all of these data come from separate modules that are derived from the IANA language-subtag-registry file
key_to_lower() avoids the metatable trap and sets all keys in the subtables to lowercase. Many language codeshave multiple associated names; Module:lang is only concerned with the first name so key_to_lower() only fetchesthe first name.
]]
local function key_to_lower (module, src_type) local out = {}; local source = (('var_sup' == src_type) and require (module)) or mw.loadData (module); -- fetch data from this module; require() avoids metatable trap for variant data if 'var_sup' == src_type then for k, v in pairs (source) do out[k:lower()] = v; -- for variant and suppressed everything is needed end
elseif 'lang' == src_type and source.active then -- for ~/iana_languages (active) for k, v in pairs (source.active) do out[k:lower()] = v[1]; -- ignore multiple names; take first name only end
elseif 'lang_dep' == src_type and source.deprecated then -- for ~/iana_languages (deprecated) for k, v in pairs (source.deprecated) do out[k:lower()] = v[1]; -- ignore multiple names; take first name only end
else -- here for all other sources for k, v in pairs (source) do out[k:lower()] = v[1]; -- ignore multiple names; take first name only end end return out;end
local lang_name_table = { lang = key_to_lower (​'Module:Language/data/iana languages', 'lang'), lang_dep = key_to_lower (​'Module:Language/data/iana languages', 'lang_dep'), script = key_to_lower (​'Module:Language/data/iana scripts'), -- script keys are capitalized; set to lower region = key_to_lower (​'Module:Language/data/iana regions'), -- region keys are uppercase; set to lower variant = key_to_lower (​'Module:Language/data/iana variants', 'var_sup'), suppressed = key_to_lower (​'Module:Language/data/iana suppressed scripts', 'var_sup'), -- script keys are capitalized; set to lower }​
--[[--------------------------< O V E R R I D E >--------------------------------------------------------------​
Language codes and names in this table override the BCP47 names in lang_name_table.​
indexes in this table shall always be lower case
]]
local override = {​------------------------------< I S O _ 6 3 9 - 1 >------------------------------------------------------------
["ca-valencia"] = "Valencian", ["cu"] = "Church Slavonic", -- 2nd IANA name; ["de-at"] = "Austrian German", -- these code-region and code-variant tags to match en.wiki article names ["de-ch"] = "Swiss Standard German", ["en-au"] = "Australian English", ["en-ca"] = "Canadian English", ["en-emodeng"] = "Early Modern English", ["en-gb"] = "British English", ["en-ie"] = "Irish English", ["en-in"] = "Indian English", ["en-nz"] = "New Zealand English", ["en-us"] = "American English", ["en-za"] = "South African English", ["fy"] = "West Frisian", -- Western Frisian ["mo"] = "Moldovan", -- Moldavian (deprecated code); to match en.wiki article title ["nl-be"] = "Flemish", -- match MediaWiki ["oc-provenc"] = "Provençal", ["ps"] = "Pashto", -- Pushto ["pt-br"] = "Brazilian Portuguese", -- match MediaWiki ["tw-asante"] = "Asante Twi",
-- these ISO 639-1 language-name overrides imported from Module:Language/data/wp_languages​--<begin do-not-edit except to comment out>-- ["av"] = "Avar", -- Avaric ["bo"] = "Standard Tibetan", -- Tibetan ["el"] = "Greek", -- Modern Greek-- ["en-SA"] = "South African English", -- English; no; SA is not South Africa it Saudi Arabia; ZA is South Africa ["ff"] = "Fula", -- Fulah ["ht"] = "Haitian Creole", -- Haitian ["hz"] = "Otjiherero", -- Herero ["ii"] = "Yi", -- Sichuan Yi ["ki"] = "Gikuyu", -- Kikuyu ["kl"] = "Greenlandic", -- Kalaallisut ["ky"] = "Kyrgyz", -- Kirghiz ["lg"] = "Luganda", -- Ganda ["li"] = "Limburgish", -- Limburgan ["mi"] = "Māori", -- Maori ["na"] = "Nauruan", -- Nauru ["nb"] = "Bokmål", -- Norwegian Bokmål ["nd"] = "Northern Ndebele", -- North Ndebele ["nn"] = "Nynorsk", -- Norwegian Nynorsk ["nr"] = "Southern Ndebele", -- South Ndebele ["ny"] = "Chichewa", -- Nyanja ["oj"] = "Ojibwe", -- Ojibwa ["or"] = "Odia", -- Oriya ["pa"] = "Punjabi", -- Panjabi ["rn"] = "Kirundi", -- Rundi ["sl"] = "Slovene", -- Slovenian ["ss"] = "Swazi", -- Swati ["st"] = "Sotho", -- Southern Sotho ["to"] = "Tongan", -- Tonga--<end do-not-edit except to comment out>--​
------------------------------< I S O _ 6 3 9 - 2, - 3, - 5 >----------------------------------------------
["alv"] = "Atlantic–Congo languages", -- to match en.wiki article title (endash) ["arc"] = "Aramaic", -- Official Aramaic (700-300 BCE), Imperial Aramaic (700-300 BCE); ["art"] = "constructed", -- to match en.wiki article; lowercase for category name ["bhd"] = "Bhadarwahi", -- Bhadrawahi; to match en.wiki article title ["bla"] = "Blackfoot", -- Siksika; to match en.wiki article title ["bua"] = "Buryat", -- Buriat; this is a macro language; these four use wp preferred transliteration; ["bxm"] = "Mongolian Buryat", -- Mongolia Buriat; these three all redirect to Buryat ["bxr"] = "Russian Buryat", -- Russia Buriat; ["bxu"] = "Chinese Buryat", -- China Buriat; ["byr"] = "Yipma", -- Baruya, Yipma ["egy"] = "Ancient Egyptian", -- Egyptian (Ancient); distinguish from contemporary arz: Egyptian Arabic ["ems"] = "Alutiiq", -- Pacific Gulf Yupik; to match en.wiki article title ["esx"] = "Eskimo–Aleut languages", -- to match en.wiki article title (endash) ["frr"] = "North Frisian", -- Northern Frisian ["frs"] = "East Frisian Low Saxon", -- Eastern Frisian ["gsw-fr"] = "Alsatian", -- match MediaWiki ["hmx"] = "Hmong–Mien languages", -- to match en.wiki article title (endash) ["ilo"] = "Ilocano", -- Iloko; to match en.wiki article title ["jam"] = "Jamaican Patois", -- Jamaican Creole English ["luo"] = "Dholuo", -- IANA (primary) /ISO 639-3: Luo (Kenya and Tanzania); IANA (secondary): Dholuo ["mhr"] = "Meadow Mari", -- Eastern Mari ["mid"] = "Modern Mandaic", -- Mandaic ["mkh"] = "Mon–Khmer languages", -- to match en.wiki article title (endash) ["mla"] = "Tamambo", -- Malo ['mte'] = "Mono-Alu", -- Mono (Solomon Islands) ["nan-tw"] = "Taiwanese Hokkien", -- make room for IANA / 639-3 nan Min Nan Chinese; match en.wiki article title ["new"] = "Newar", -- Newari, Nepal Bhasa; to match en,wiki article title ["ngf"] = "Trans–New Guinea languages", -- to match en.wiki article title (endash) ["nic"] = "Niger–Congo languages", -- Niger-Kordofanian languages; to match en,wiki article title ["nrf"] = "Norman", -- not quite a collective - IANA name: Jèrriais + Guernésiais; categorizes to Norman-language text ["nrf-gg"] = "Guernésiais", -- match MediaWiki ["nrf-je"] = "Jèrriais", -- match MediaWiki ["nzi"] = "Nzema", -- Nzima; to match en.wiki article title ["oma"] = "Omaha–Ponca", -- to match en.wiki article title (endash) ["orv"] = "Old East Slavic", -- Old Russian ["pfl"] = "Palatine German", -- Pfaelzisch; to match en.wiki article ["pms"] = "Piedmontese", -- Piemontese; to match en.wiki article title ["pnb"] = "Punjabi (Western)", -- Western Panjabi; dab added to override import from ~/wp languages and distinguish pnb from pa in reverse look up tag_from_name() ["sdo"] = "Bukar–Sadong", -- Bukar-Sadung Bidayuh; to match en.wiki article title ["stq"] = "Saterland Frisian", -- Saterfriesisch ["und"] = "undetermined", -- capitalization to match existing category ["wrg"] = "Warrongo", -- Warungu ["xal-ru"] = "Kalmyk", -- to match en.wiki article title ["xgf"] = "Tongva", -- ISO 639-3 is Gabrielino-Fernandeño ["yuf"] = "Havasupai–Hualapai"​, -- Havasupai-Walapai-Yavapai; to match en.wiki article title
-- these ISO 639-2, -3 language-name overrides imported from Module:Language/data/wp_languages​--<begin do-not-edit except to comment out>-- ["ace"] = "Acehnese", -- Achinese ["aec"] = "Sa'idi Arabic", -- Saidi Arabic ["akl"] = "Aklan", -- Aklanon ["alt"] = "Altay", -- Southern Altai ["apm"] = "Mescalero-Chiricahua"​, -- Mescalero-Chiricahua Apache ["bal"] = "Balochi", -- Baluchi-- ["bcl"] = "Central Bicolano", -- Central Bikol ["bin"] = "Edo", -- Bini ["bpy"] = "Bishnupriya Manipuri", -- Bishnupriya ["chg"] = "Chagatay", -- Chagatai ["ckb"] = "Sorani Kurdish", -- Central Kurdish ["cnu"] = "Shenwa", -- Chenoua ["coc"] = "Cocopah", -- Cocopa ["diq"] = "Zazaki", -- Dimli ["fit"] = "Meänkieli", -- Tornedalen Finnish ["fkv"] = "Kven", -- Kven Finnish ["frk"] = "Old Frankish", -- Frankish ["gez"] = "Ge'ez", -- Geez ["gju"] = "Gujari", -- Gujari ["gsw"] = "Alemannic German", -- Swiss German ["gul"] = "Gullah", -- Sea Island Creole English ["hak"] = "Hakka", -- Hakka Chinese ["hbo"] = "Biblical Hebrew", -- Ancient Hebrew ["hnd"] = "Hindko", -- Southern Hindko-- ["ikt"] = "Inuvialuk", -- Inuinnaqtun ["kaa"] = "Karakalpak", -- Kara-Kalpak ["khb"] = "Tai Lü", -- Lü ["kmr"] = "Kurmanji Kurdish", -- Northern Kurdish ["kpo"] = "Kposo", -- Ikposo ["krj"] = "Kinaray-a", -- Kinaray-A ["ktz"] = "Juǀ'hoan", -- Juǀʼhoan ["lez"] = "Lezgian", -- Lezghian ["liv"] = "Livonian", -- Liv ["lng"] = "Lombardic", -- Langobardic ["mia"] = "Miami-Illinois", -- Miami ["miq"] = "Miskito", -- Mískito ["mix"] = "Mixtec", -- Mixtepec Mixtec ["mni"] = "Meitei", -- Manipuri ["mrj"] = "Hill Mari", -- Western Mari ["mww"] = "White Hmong", -- Hmong Daw ["nds-nl"] = "Dutch Low Saxon", -- Low German-- ["new"] = "Nepal Bhasa", -- Newari ["nso"] = "Northern Sotho", -- Pedi-- ["nwc"] = "Classical Nepal Bhasa", -- Classical Newari, Classical Nepal Bhasa, Old Newari ["ood"] = "O'odham", -- Tohono O'odham ["otk"] = "Old Turkic", -- Old Turkish ["pal"] = "Middle Persian", -- Pahlavi ["pam"] = "Kapampangan", -- Pampanga ["phr"] = "Potwari", -- Pahari-Potwari ["pka"] = "Jain Prakrit", -- Ardhamāgadhī Prākrit-- ["pnb"] = "Punjabi", -- Western Panjabi ["psu"] = "Shauraseni", -- Sauraseni Prākrit ["rap"] = "Rapa Nui", -- Rapanui ["rar"] = "Cook Islands Māori", -- Rarotongan ["rmu"] = "Scandoromani", -- Tavringer Romani ["rom"] = "Romani", -- Romany ["rup"] = "Aromanian", -- Macedo-Romanian ["ryu"] = "Okinawan", -- Central Okinawan ["sdc"] = "Sassarese", -- Sassarese Sardinian ["sdn"] = "Gallurese", -- Gallurese Sardinian ["shp"] = "Shipibo", -- Shipibo-Conibo ["src"] = "Logudorese", -- Logudorese Sardinian ["sro"] = "Campidanese", -- Campidanese Sardinian ["tkl"] = "Tokelauan", -- Tokelau ["tvl"] = "Tuvaluan", -- Tuvalu ["tyv"] = "Tuvan", -- Tuvinian ["vls"] = "West Flemish", -- Vlaams ["wep"] = "Westphalian", -- Westphalien ["xal"] = "Oirat", -- Kalmyk ["xcl"] = "Old Armenian", -- Classical Armenian ["yua"] = "Yucatec Maya", -- Yucateco--<end do-not-edit except to comment out>--​
------------------------------< P R I V A T E _ U S E _ T A G S >----------------------------------------------
["cel-x-proto"] = "Proto-Celtic", -- cel in IANA is Celtic languages ["gem-x-proto"] = "Proto-Germanic", -- gem in IANA is Germanic languages ["gmw-x-ecg"] = "East Central German", ["grc-x-aeolic"] = "Aeolic Greek", -- these grc-x-... codes are preferred alternates to the non-standard catchall code grc-gre ["grc-x-attic"] = "Attic Greek", ["grc-x-biblical"] = "Biblical Greek", ["grc-x-byzant"] = "Byzantine Greek", ["grc-x-classic"] = "Classical Greek", ["grc-x-doric"] = "Doric Greek", ["grc-x-hellen"] = "Hellenistic Greek", ["grc-x-ionic"] = "Ionic Greek", ["grc-x-koine"] = "Koinē Greek", ["grc-x-medieval"] = "Medieval Greek", ["grc-x-patris"] = "Patristic Greek", ["grk-x-proto"] = "Proto-Greek", -- grk in IANA is Greek languages ["iir-x-proto"] = "Proto-Indo-Iranian", -- iir in IANA is Indo-Iranian Languages ["ine-x-proto"] = "Proto-Indo-European"​, ["ira-x-proto"] = "Proto-Iranian", -- ira in IANA is Iranian languages ["itc-x-proto"] = "Proto-Italic", -- itc in IANA is Italic languages ["ksh-x-colog"] = "Colognian", -- en.wiki article is Colognian; ksh (Kölsch) redirects there ["la-x-medieval"] = "Medieval Latin", ["mis-x-ripuar"] = "Ripuarian", -- replaces improper use of ksh in wp_languages ["sem-x-proto"] = "Proto-Semitic", ["sla-x-proto"] = "Proto-Slavic", -- sla in IANA is Slavic languages ["yuf-x-hav"] = "Havasupai", -- IANA name for these three is Havasupai-Walapai-Yavapai ["yuf-x-wal"] = "Walapai", ["yuf-x-yav"] = "Yavapai", }​
--[[--------------------------< A R T I C L E _ L I N K >------------------------------------------------------​
for those rare occasions when article titles don't fit with the normal '<language name>-language', this tablemaps language code to article title. Use of this table should be avoided and the use of redirects preferred asthat is the long-standing method of handling article names that don't fit with the normal pattern
]]
local article_name = { ["lij"] = "Ligurian (Romance language)", -- Ligurian; see Template_talk:Lang#Ligurian_dab ['mnh'] = "Mono language (Congo)", -- Mono (Democratic Republic of Congo); see Template_talk:Lang#Mono_languages ['mnr'] = "Mono language (California)", -- Mono (USA) ['mru'] = "Mono language (Cameroon)", -- Mono (Cameroon) ["xlg"] = "Ligurian (ancient language)", -- see Template_talk:Lang#Ligurian_dab }​
--[=[-------------------------< R T L _ S C R I P T S >--------------------------------------------------------​
ISO 15924 scripts that are written right-to-left. Data in this table taken from [[ISO 15924#List of codes]]
last update to this list: 2017-12-24
]=]
local rtl_scripts = { 'adlm', 'arab', 'aran', 'armi', 'avst', 'cprt', 'egyd', 'egyh', 'hatr', 'hebr', 'hung', 'inds', 'khar', 'lydi', 'mand', 'mani', 'mend', 'merc', 'mero', 'narb', 'nbat', 'nkoo', 'orkh', 'palm', 'phli', 'phlp', 'phlv', 'phnx', 'prti', 'rohg', 'samr', 'sarb', 'sogd', 'sogo', 'syrc', 'syre', 'syrj', 'syrn', 'thaa', 'wole', };​
--[[--------------------------< T R A N S L I T _ T I T L E S >------------------------------------------------​
This is a table of tables of transliteration standards and the language codes or language scripts that apply tothose standards. This table is used to create the tool-tip text associated with the transliterated text displayedby some of the {{lang-??}} templates.
These tables are more-or-less copied directly from {{transl}}. The standard 'NO_STD' is a construct to allow forthe cases when no |std= parameter value is provided.
]]
local translit_title_table = { ['ahl'] = { ['default'] = 'Academy of the Hebrew Language transliteration', },
['ala'] = { ['default'] = 'American Library Association – Library of Congress transliteration', },
['ala-lc'] = { ['default'] = 'American Library Association – Library of Congress transliteration', },
['batr'] = { ['default'] = 'Bikdash Arabic Transliteration Rules', },
['bgn/pcgn'] = { ['default'] = 'Board on Geographic Names / Permanent Committee on Geographical Names transliteration', },
['din'] = { ['ar'] = 'DIN 31635 Arabic', ['fa'] = 'DIN 31635 Arabic', ['ku'] = 'DIN 31635 Arabic', ['ps'] = 'DIN 31635 Arabic', ['tg'] = 'DIN 31635 Arabic', ['ug'] = 'DIN 31635 Arabic', ['ur'] = 'DIN 31635 Arabic', ['arab'] = 'DIN 31635 Arabic',
['default'] = 'DIN transliteration', },
['eae'] = { ['default'] = 'Encyclopaedia Aethiopica transliteration', },
['hepburn'] = { ['default'] = 'Hepburn transliteration', },
['hunterian'] = { ['default'] = 'Hunterian transliteration', },
['iast'] = { ['default'] = 'International Alphabet of Sanskrit transliteration', },
['iso'] = { -- when a transliteration standard is supplied ['ab'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['ba'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['be'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['bg'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['kk'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['ky'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['mn'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['ru'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['tg'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['uk'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['bua'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['sah'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['tut'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['xal'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic', ['cyrl'] = 'ISO 9 Cyrillic',
['ar'] = 'ISO 233 Arabic', ['ku'] = 'ISO 233 Arabic', ['ps'] = 'ISO 233 Arabic', ['ug'] = 'ISO 233 Arabic', ['ur'] = 'ISO 233 Arabic', ['arab'] = 'ISO 233 Arabic',
['he'] = 'ISO 259 Hebrew', ['yi'] = 'ISO 259 Hebrew', ['hebr'] = 'ISO 259 Hebrew',
['el'] = 'ISO 843 Greek', ['grc'] = 'ISO 843 Greek',
['ja'] = 'ISO 3602 Japanese', ['hira'] = 'ISO 3602 Japanese', ['hrkt'] = 'ISO 3602 Japanese', ['jpan'] = 'ISO 3602 Japanese', ['kana'] = 'ISO 3602 Japanese',
['zh'] = 'ISO 7098 Chinese', ['chi'] = 'ISO 7098 Chinese', ['pny'] = 'ISO 7098 Chinese', ['zho'] = 'ISO 7098 Chinese',-- ['han'] = 'ISO 7098 Chinese', -- unicode alias of Hani? doesn't belong here? should be Hani? ['hans'] = 'ISO 7098 Chinese', ['hant'] = 'ISO 7098 Chinese',
['ka'] = 'ISO 9984 Georgian', ['kat'] = 'ISO 9984 Georgian',
['arm'] = 'ISO 9985 Armenian', ['hy'] = 'ISO 9985 Armenian',
['th'] = 'ISO 11940 Thai', ['tha'] = 'ISO 11940 Thai',
['ko'] = 'ISO 11941 Korean', ['kor'] = 'ISO 11941 Korean',
['awa'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['bho'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['bn'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['bra'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['doi'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['dra'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['gon'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['gu'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['hi'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['inc'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['kn'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['kok'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['ks'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['mag'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['mai'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['ml'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['mr'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['ne'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['new'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['or'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['pa'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['raj'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['sa'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['sat'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['sd'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['si'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['ta'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['tcy'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['te'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['beng'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['brah'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['deva'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['gujr'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['guru'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['knda'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['mlym'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['orya'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['sinh'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['taml'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic', ['telu'] = 'ISO 15919 Indic',
['default'] = 'ISO transliteration', },
['jyutping'] = { ['default'] = 'Jyutping transliteration', },
['mr'] = { ['default'] = 'McCune–Reischauer transliteration', },
['nihon-shiki'] = { ['default'] = 'Nihon-shiki transliteration', },
['no_std'] = { -- when no transliteration standard is supplied ['akk'] = 'Semitic transliteration', ['sem'] = 'Semitic transliteration', ['phnx'] = 'Semitic transliteration', ['xsux'] = 'Cuneiform transliteration', },
['pinyin'] = { ['default'] = 'Pinyin transliteration', },
['rr'] = { ['default'] = 'Revised Romanization of Korean transliteration', },
['rtgs'] = { ['default'] = 'Royal Thai General System of Transcription', }, ['satts'] = { ['default'] = 'Standard Arabic Technical Transliteration System transliteration', },
['scientific'] = { ['default'] = 'scientific transliteration', },
['ukrainian'] = { ['default'] = 'Ukrainian National system of romanization', },
['ungegn'] = { ['default'] = 'United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names transliteration', },
['wadegile'] = { ['default'] = 'Wade–Giles transliteration', },
['wehr'] = { ['default'] = 'Hans Wehr transliteration', }, };
return { article_name = article_name, lang_name_table = lang_name_table, override = override, rtl_scripts = rtl_scripts, translit_title_table = translit_title_table, };
Last edited on 6 January 2022, at 14:50
Content is available under CC BY-SA 3.0 unless otherwise noted.
Privacy policy
Terms of Use
Desktop
HomeRandom Nearby Log in Settings DonateAbout WikipediaDisclaimers
WatchEdit