Template:Language table

Usage instructions

This template lists all official translations of the names of products, works, objects, locations, or characters across different regions and in different languages.

To use this template, add the shortcut tag {{Langtable}} (or the full tag {{Language table}}) to an article, under its own section. Here is an example of how it should look:

==Names in other languages==
{{Langtable
|xx=name
|xxM=meaning
|xx=name
|xxR=romanized name
|xxM=meaning}}

Where xx is an ISO code, and name is the subject's name in that language. xxM is the name's meaning when translated to English; this column can be disabled by adding the property meaning=no. xxR is the romanized version of a name or phrase in a language not usually written in Latin script; currently Arabic, Chinese, Farsi, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, and Russian support this tag.

For subjects with a single dedicate article, this template should be placed near the end of the page, prior to any existing notes, references, and/or external links sections, but after all other sections. If the language table is for a certain section in an article, such as on a page listing subjects too minor to have their own articles, it should come at the very end of the section, with its own section being one level lower than the subject's main section.

List of language codes

This template uses standard ISO codes. The following table contains a list of the currently-usable codes:

Language Name Meaning
Arabic العربية
Al-ʻArabiyyah
ar
arR
arM
Chinese 中文
Zhōngwén
20px China zh-cn
zh-cnR
zh-cnM
20px Taiwan zh-tw
zh-twR
zh-twM
Czech Čeština cs csM
Danish Dansk da daM
Dutch Nederlands nl nlM
English English en enM
Farsi فارسی
Fārsi
fa
faR
faM
Finnish Suomi fi fiM
French Français fr frM
German Deutsch de deM
Greek ελληνικά
Elliniká
el
elR
elM
Hebrew עִבְרִית
Ivrit
he
heR
heM
Hungarian Magyar hu huM
Icelandic Íslenska is isM
Italian Italiano it itM
Japanese 日本語
Nihongo
ja
jaR
jaM
Korean 한국어
Hangugeo
ko
koR
koM
Malay Melayu ms msM
Norwegian Norsk no noM
Polish Polski pl plM
Portuguese Português pt ptM
Romanian Română ro roM
Russian Русский
Russkiy
ru
ruR
ruM
Spanish Español es esM
Swedish Svenska sv svM
Turkish Türkçe tr trM
footnote

Further division of languages with significantly different translations for different regions speaking the same language (eg. the different names between American and British releases of some products, as well as any possible differences between European and American versions of other languages) may be desired.