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Beurla Bhreatannach (RA)

Naming Conventions[deasaich]

Template Names[deasaich]

Use abbreviations and language codes when naming templates for easier editing. See Roinn-seòrsa:Teamplaidean for the existing templates.

  • Template names delimited by equal signs indicate that they affect the highest order headings. E.g., {{=x=}}.
  • Template names delimited by dashes indicate that they affect a subheading. E.g., {{-x-}}.
  • Template names consisting only of a language code are called language templates. I.e., {{language code}} is the format of a language template name. These templates overload the language code function to return data and metadata in Scottish Gaelic, ISO 639-5 codes, and English about the language in question. The language template names may be ISO 639-2, -3, or -5 language codes.

Category Names[deasaich]

Spell things out in category names for legibility and clarity. See Roinn-seòrsa:Bunasach (root category).


The family of templates to which this one belongs, the language templates, store data and metadata about the languages used in definitions. This information can be useful for many applications beyond generating definitions.
These templates are handy for non-native Gaelic speakers: if it turns out that the wording is wrong in this particular template, all the pages and page names that employ it may be changed immediately simply by editing this one specific template.

This template:




A string: Beurla Bhreatannach (RA)


  • Most often used in a Fuaimneachadh (Pronunciation) section of an English head word definition.

[[Roinn-seòrsa:Teamplaidean Beurla Bhreatannach (RA)]]