Template:Foreign names

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Language Name Meaning

This template allows putting information about the foreign names of article subjects and their respective meanings in that languages into an article. Note that this template is only for listing names that have appeared in official localizations in other languages. Running the English name through Google Translate or making your own translated name is not acceptable. Also, it is advisable to provide a source.

This template should precede the Trivia section of a page. The coding is as follows:

{{foreign names
|Jap=クリボー
|JapR=kuribō
|JapM=chestnut people
}}

The language's abbreviation and M (for Meaning) are parameters for this template. For Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Russian and Hebrew, an additional abbreviation + R (Romanized) can be used. The following languages are currently supported:

  • Jap (JapR / JapM) - Japanese
  • Spa (SpaM) - Spanish
    • SpaA (SpaAM) - NOA Spanish
    • SpaE (SpaEM) - NOE Spanish
  • Fra or Fre (FraM) - French
    • FraA or FreA (FraAM) - NOA French
    • FraE or FreE (FraEM) - NOE French
  • Dan (DanM) - Danish
  • Dut (DutM) - Dutch
  • Ger (GerM) - German
  • Ita (ItaM) - Italian
  • Por (PorM) - Portuguese
    • PorA (PorAM) - NOA Portuguese
    • PorE (PorEM) - NOE Portuguese
  • Rus (RusR / RusM) - Russian
  • Kor (KorR / KorM) - Korean
  • Chi (ChiR / ChiM) - Chinese
  • ChiS (ChiSR / ChiSM) - Simplified Chinese
  • ChiT (ChiTR / ChiTM) - Traditional Chinese
  • Rom (RomM) - Romanian
  • Nor (NorM) - Norwegian
  • Swe (SweM) - Swedish
  • Cze (CzeM) - Czech
  • Hun (HunM) - Hungarian
  • Pol (PolM) - Polish
  • Heb (HebR / HebM) - Hebrew