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== Description ==
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==Description==
 
Wiktionary in {{tag|Bokmål}}, the most commonly used of the two official {{tag|Norwegian}} written standard languages.
 
Wiktionary in {{tag|Bokmål}}, the most commonly used of the two official {{tag|Norwegian}} written standard languages.
  
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Description

Wiktionary in Bokmål, the most commonly used of the two official Norwegian written standard languages.


Wiki Size: 125,893 pages see stats...

(As of: YYYY-MM-DD)


Wiktionary – a portmanteau of 'wiki' and 'dictionary' – is a free open content wiki dictionary that anyone can edit. A major 'project' of the Wikimedia Foundation (WMF), the first Wiktionary, the English language version, was founded December 2002. March 2004 saw the arrival of French and Polish versions, and May 2004 saw the activation of Wiktionaries in all languages as existing Wikipedias. All Wiktionaries are released under a dual-license; those being the initial GNU Free Documentation License version 1.1 (or later) (GFDL or GNU FDL v1.1+), and the subsequent Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License (CC-BY-SA 3.0).[1]


All Wiktionary wikis in these languages: (view / edit)

As of August 2018, Wikimedia Meta-Wiki indicates that there are versions of the Wiktionary in 173 different languages (almost the same as the number of Wikipedias), although notably less are considered fairly active.
1,000,000+: English (en), French (fr), Malagasy (mg)
100,000+: Catalan (ca), Cherokee (chr), Czech (cs), German (de), Greek (el), Spanish (es), Estonian (et), Finnish (fi), Hindi (hi), Hungarian (hu), Armenian (hy), Indonesian (id), Ido (io), Italian (it), Japanese (ja), Kannada (kn), Korean (ko), Kurdish (ku), Limburgish (li), Lithuanian (lt), Malayalam (ml), Burmese (my), Dutch (nl), Norwegian (Bokmål) (no), Oriya (or), Polish (pl), Portuguese (pt), Romanian (ro), Russian (ru), Serbo-Croatian (sh), Serbian (sr), Swedish (sv), Tamil (ta), Telugu (te), Thai (th), Turkish (tr), Uzbek (uz), Vietnamese (vi), Chinese (zh)

10,000+: Afrikaans (af), Arabic (ar), Asturian (ast), Azerbaijani (az), Bulgarian (bg), Bengali (bn), Breton (br), Welsh (cy), Danish (da), Esperanto (eo), Basque (eu), Persian (fa), Fijian (fj), West Frisian (fy), Galician (gl), Hebrew (he), Croatian (hr), Icelandic (is), Javanese (jv), Kirghiz (ky), Latin (la), Lao (lo), Latvian (lv), Norwegian (Nynorsk) (nn), Occitan (oc), Panjabi (pa), Pashto (ps), Sicilian (scn), Simple English (simple), Slovak (sk), Swahili (sw), Tajik (tg), Tagalog (tl), Ukrainian (uk), Urdu (ur), Volapük (vo), Walloon (wa), Min Nan (zh-min-nan)

1,000+: Aragonese (an), Anglo-Saxon (ang), Belarusian (be), Bosnian (bs), Corsican (co), Kashubian (csb), Irish (ga), Scottish Gaelic (gd), Guarani (gn), Fiji Hindi (hif), Upper Sorbian (hsb), Interlingua (ia), Interlingue (ie), Georgian (ka), Kazakh (kk), Cambodian (km), Luxembourgish (lb), Macedonian (mk), Mongolian (mn), Marathi (mr), Malay (ms), Maltese (mt), Nahuatl (nah), Low Saxon (nds), Western Panjabi (pnb), Aromanian (roa-rup), Sanskrit (sa), Sindhi (sd), Sinhalese (si), Slovenian (sl), Samoan (sm), Somali (so), Albanian (sq), Southern Sotho (st), Turkmen (tk), Tatar (tt), Uyghur (ug), Venetian (vec), Wolof (wo)
100+: Amharic (am), Aymara (ay), Divehi (dv), Faroese (fo), Gujarati (gu), Manx (gv), Hausa (ha), Inupiak (ik), Inuktitut (iu), Lojban (jbo), Greenlandic (kl), Cornish (kw), Lingala (ln), Maori (mi), Nauruan (na), Nepali (ne), Oromo (om), Quechua (qu), Rwandi (rw), Sango (sg), Swati (ss), Sundanese (su), Tigrinya (ti), Setswana (tn), Tok Pisin (tpi), Tsonga (ts), Yiddish (yi), Zhuang (za), Zulu (zu)
10+: Assamese (as), Kashmiri (ks)
1+: Moldovan (mo), Pali (pi)
0: Afar (aa), Abkhazian (ab), Akan (ak), Alemannic (als), Avar (av), Bihari (bh), Bislama (bi), Bambara (bm), Tibetan (bo), Chamorro (ch), Cree (cr), Dzongkha (dz), Marshallese (mh), Raeto Romance (rm), Kirundi (rn), Sardinian (sc), Shona (sn), Tongan (to), Twi (tw), Xhosan (xh), Yoruba (yo)

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