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Aliases on Sense Statement ?
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Thad Guidry
2018-11-11 00:03:58 UTC
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I read through the current documentation and Talk pages, but didn't find
any cases for Aliases on Sense Statements.
But this seems useful. Let me explain...

https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Lexeme:L36454
Verb: mistype
alias: fat finger

How to get that alias on L36454-S1 ?
"fat finger" would be a synonym phrase for the verb sense L36454-S1 of
"mistype".

I see this being extremely useful for building out "urban dictionaries",
etc. in the future.

-Thad
David Cuenca Tudela
2018-11-11 11:33:02 UTC
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There are no aliases. The way to do this is to create another lexeme and
connect their senses with the property "synonym".

Regards,
Micru
Post by Thad Guidry
I read through the current documentation and Talk pages, but didn't find
any cases for Aliases on Sense Statements.
But this seems useful. Let me explain...
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Lexeme:L36454
Verb: mistype
alias: fat finger
How to get that alias on L36454-S1 ?
"fat finger" would be a synonym phrase for the verb sense L36454-S1 of
"mistype".
I see this being extremely useful for building out "urban dictionaries",
etc. in the future.
-Thad
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Thad Guidry
2018-11-11 11:52:33 UTC
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Thanks David.

That's what I thought also, but wanted to be sure.

-Thad
Post by David Cuenca Tudela
There are no aliases. The way to do this is to create another lexeme and
connect their senses with the property "synonym".
Regards,
Micru
Post by Thad Guidry
I read through the current documentation and Talk pages, but didn't find
any cases for Aliases on Sense Statements.
But this seems useful. Let me explain...
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Lexeme:L36454
Verb: mistype
alias: fat finger
How to get that alias on L36454-S1 ?
"fat finger" would be a synonym phrase for the verb sense L36454-S1 of
"mistype".
I see this being extremely useful for building out "urban dictionaries",
etc. in the future.
-Thad
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Thad Guidry
2018-11-11 12:00:14 UTC
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Beautiful examples :)

https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Lexeme:L36454
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Lexeme:L36479

-Thad
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Post by Thad Guidry
Thanks David.
That's what I thought also, but wanted to be sure.
-Thad
Post by David Cuenca Tudela
There are no aliases. The way to do this is to create another lexeme and
connect their senses with the property "synonym".
Regards,
Micru
Post by Thad Guidry
I read through the current documentation and Talk pages, but didn't find
any cases for Aliases on Sense Statements.
But this seems useful. Let me explain...
https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Lexeme:L36454
Verb: mistype
alias: fat finger
How to get that alias on L36454-S1 ?
"fat finger" would be a synonym phrase for the verb sense L36454-S1 of
"mistype".
I see this being extremely useful for building out "urban dictionaries",
etc. in the future.
-Thad
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