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Status: Vibrant
Language: Dutch
Edit mode: OpenEdit
Wiki engine: MediaWiki
Wiki license: MultiLicense
Main topic: Dictionary
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Wiktionary in Dutch.

Wiki Size: 199,305 pages see stats...
(As of: DD Month YYYY)(As of: 1 July 2012)

Wiktionary – a portmanteau of wiki and dictionary – is a free open content wiki dictionary that anyone can edit. Now a project of the Wikimedia Foundation, 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 Wiktionaries in these languages: (edit)

As of October 2012, Wikimedia Meta-Wiki indicates that there are versions of the Wiktionary in 170 different languages (almost the same as the number of Wikipedias), although notably less are considered fairly active.

1,000,000+: English (en), Français (fr), Malagasy (mg)
100,000+: Deutsch (de), Ελληνικά (el), Suomi (fi), Magyar (hu), Ido (io), Italiano (it), 한국어 (ko), Kurdî / كوردی (ku), Lietuvių (lt), Nederlands (nl), Norsk (Bokmål) (no), Polski (pl), Português (pt), Русский (ru), Svenska (sv), தமிழ் (ta), Türkçe (tr), Tiếng Việt (vi), 中文 (zh)

10,000+: Afrikaans (af), ويكاموس (ar), Български (bg), Brezhoneg (br), Català (ca), Čeština (cs), Español (es), Eesti (et), فارسى (fa), Na Vosa Vakaviti (fj), Frysk (fy), Galego (gl), עברית (he), Hrvatski (hr), Bahasa Indonesia (id), Íslenska (is), 日本語 (ja), ಕನ್ನಡ (kn), Limburgs (li), ລາວ (lo), മലയാളം (ml), Occitan (oc), Română (ro), Sicilianu (scn), Српски / Srpski (sr), Simple English (simple), Kiswahili (sw), తెలుగు (te), ไทย (th), Українська (uk), Volapük (vo)

1,000+: Æld Englisc (ang), Asturianu (ast), Azərbaycan (az), Corsu (co), Kaszëbsczi (csb), Cymraeg (cy), Dansk (da), Esperanto (eo), Euskara (eu), Gaeilge (ga), Avañe'ẽ (gn), हिन्दी (hi), Obersorbisch (hsb), Հայերեն (hy), Interlingua (ia), Қазақ (kk), Kalaallisut (kl), Kırgızca (ky), Latina (la), मराठी (mr), Bahasa Melayu (ms), Plattdüütsch (nds), Slovenčina (sk), Slovenščina (sl), Shqip (sq), seSotho (st), تركمن / Туркмен (tk), Tagalog (tl), Tatarça / Татарча (tt), اردو (ur), Walloon (wa), Wollof (wo), Bân-lâm-gú / Hō-ló-oē (zh-min-nan)
100+: አማርኛ (am), Aragonés (an), Беларуская (be), বাংলা (bn), Bosanski (bs), ᏣᎳᎩ (chr), ދިވެހިބަސް (dv), Føroyskt (fo), Gàidhlig (gd), ગુજરાતી (gu), Gaelg (gv), Interlingue (ie), Iñupiak (ik), ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ (iu), Lojban (jbo), Basa Jawa (jv), ქართული (ka), ភាសាខ្មែរ (km), Kernewek (kw), Lingala (ln), Latviešu (lv), Māori (mi), Македонски (mk), Монгол (mn), bil-Malti (mt), Myanmasa (my), dorerin Naoero (na), Nahuatl (nah), Nynorsk (nn), Oromoo (om), ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (pa), پښتو (ps), Armãneashce (roa-rup), Runa Simi (qu), Kinyarwanda (rw), سنڌي، سندھی / सिन्ध (sd), Sango (sg), Srpskohrvatski / Српскохрватски (sh), සිංහල (si), Gagana Samoa (sm), Soomaaliga (so), SiSwati (ss), Basa Sunda (su), Тоҷикӣ (tg), ትግርኛ (ti), Tok Pisin (tpi), Xitsonga (ts), Oyghurque (ug), O‘zbek (uz), ייִדיש / Yiddisch (yi), isiZulu (zu)
10+: অসমীয়া (as), Aymar (ay), هَوُسَ (ha), कश्मीरी - (كشميري (ks), Moldoveana (mo), संस्कृतम् (sa), Setswana (tn)
1+: Afar (aa), Аҧсуа (ab), Akana (ak), Авар (av), भोजपुरी (bh), Bislama (bi), Bamanankan (bm), ཇོང་ཁ (dz), Ebon (mh), ଓଡ଼ିଆ (or), पािऴ (pi), Kirundi (rn), chiShona (sn), faka Tonga (to), Twi (tw), isiXhosa (xh), Yorùbá (yo)
Other: Alemannisch (als), Bod skad (bo), Chamoru (ch), Nehiyaw (cr), Rumantsch (rm), Sardu (sc)

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