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(The spacing following occurences of '''bold''' collapses. Use &nbsp, since &emsp produces too big a gap.)
'''Notatio dictionis.'''&nbsp; Dictiones quae notationi sunt, '''litteris grauibus'''&nbsp; et cum nexu scribas.&nbsp; (Formula [[Template:v|v]]&nbsp; iuuat, quae etiam linguam annotat, ut <nowiki>{{v|cu|пьсъ}}</nowiki>, quod aliquando litteris slavicis legi spera.)&nbsp; Dictiones priscas in ''litteris cursivis''&nbsp; et sine nexu scribas (quia formis uariis scriptae lemmata non merentur).&nbsp; Nexum ad indicem dictionum radicis eius (vide [[:Category:Radices]]) etiam addere libet.&nbsp; Cura ut loca addas, si potes.
'''The word's etymology.'''&nbsp; Words involved in the etymology appear in '''bold'''&nbsp; and are linked. (You can use the [[Template:v|v]]&nbsp; template, which also marks for language, for example <nowiki>{{v|cu|пьсъ}}</nowiki>, which proper browsers will someday be smart enough to render in a style appropriate for Church Slavonic.) Protolanguage words are in ''italic'' and not linked (they are generally too unstable in form or spelling; they do not get entries). A link to the index of words from this root (see [[:Category:Radices]]) can also be put here explicitly. Be sure to list sources, if you can.
'''[[Project:Partes orationis|Pars orationis]]'''&nbsp; in titulo; partes principales, genus, definitioque dictionis. Exemplum editoriale etiam hic potest poneri.
* Virgula "|" indicat ubi radix finit et inflexio incipit. Si inflexio additur fini lemmatis sine alia mutatione, virgula omitte, et praepone interductum oscillatum{{dubsig}} (vel "titulus"{{dubsig}}) "~" inflexionibus: '''fulgŭr, ~ŭris'''.
'''Part of speech'''&nbsp; in the header; principal parts, gender, and definition. An editorial example can go here as well.
* The bar is used to show where the stem ends and the endings begin. If the ending is added on to the end of the headword without any other modification, the bar is omitted, and the swung dash (or tilde) is prepended to the endings: '''fulgŭr, ~is'''.
* Use macrons and breves here: many dictionaries don't use breves, but we need to know whether vowels are actually short, or whether the contributor failed to mark them or just didn't know what the lengths were (this is especially a problem in neologisms).


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