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Best regards! Petronas (talk) 11:33, 22 May 2014 (UTC)

Muchísimas gracias media Wiki!.. :-) --E4024 (talk) 11:36, 22 May 2014 (UTC)

Help:Description and Help:Label[edit]

Please read these as they will help you with descriptions and labels e.g. they do not begin with a capital letter unless they are proper nouns etc. Thank you. :) 09:55, 2 July 2014 (UTC)


Sempre es un plaer editar detalls menors d'altres articles, quan no tinc temps d'escriure jo de nous. T'animo a seguir escribint-ne!  – The preceding unsigned comment was added by Jordiventura96 (talk • contribs).

Welcome to the club[edit]

Selam. Görüyorum siz de -benim gibi- yeme içme işlerinden hoşlanıyorsunuz. Ben Türk mutfağı ile ilgili olarak Alaturka Vikipediden umudumu kestim, mercimek çorbası maddesi olmayan bir yerde yazmak içimden gelmiyor. Neyse, Katalanca Vikipedide Lokanta maddesini yaptım; ama asıl arzu ettiğim "esnaf lokantası" idi. Orada bazı kaynaklar var, göreceksiniz, konu ilginizi çekerse diye belirttim. Türkçede olmayan böyle "dıdının dıdısı" maddeleri başka dillere yazmak oradaki katılımcıları yadırgattığı için şimdilik lokanta-esnaf lokantası ayrımına girmedim. Belki ileride "işkembeci" ve "kebapçı" maddelerini yaparım ama... Tekrar selamlar. Not:Fenerli78'in kıymetini bilin. --E4024 (talk) 10:25, 11 November 2015 (UTC)

Evet, yurtdışında olunca insanın o işle uğraşası geliyor. İspanyolca ve Katalanca vikilerde Türk yemekleriyle ilgili maddelerin zenginliği dikkatimi çekmişti, sayenizde belli ki. O konuda Türkçe ya da İngilizce (ya da kasarsam Fransızca) madde açarsam kaynaklar işime yarar, teşekkürler. Türkçeyi kullanmıyorsanız İngilizcede katkıda bulunun diyeceğim ama, oradan da bezdirmişler sizi, şimdi gördüm. Fenerli1978 de Sakhalinio oldu bu arada.--Orwellianist (talk) 03:06, 12 November 2015 (UTC)

My userspace[edit]

Interview with Selda Terek Bilecen at Hürriyet, one of the two most-selling (and prestigious) newspapers of Turkey. Interview with Selda Terek Bilecen at Sözcü, one of the two most-selling (and prestigious) newspapers of Turkey. Book review at Sözcü, one of the two most-selling (and prestigious) newspapers of Turkey. "She hit me on the face with her book Mahrem Gölgeler", by Hakan Urgancı, at Yeni Asır newspaper, a more than a hundred year old prestigious newspaper in Turkey. Another interview at a specialized book site such as "Kitap Gurmesi" (The Book Gourmet). Selda Terek Bilecen in a news story, at another national newspaper of Turkey.

Translation request[edit]


Can you create en:Azerbaijani wine, en:Category:Azerbaijani wine and en:Template:Azerbaijani cuisine in Catalan and Turkish?

Can you also create en:Template:Azerbaijan-cuisine-stub in English, just like en:Template:Turkey-cuisine-stub? There are many short Azerbaijani food articles which need this stub.

Yours sincerely, Sarvathi (talk) 08:18, 24 March 2019 (UTC)

Hi. Sorry, but I cannot edit one of those WPs, I do not edit another one, and I rarely edit the remaining one. I have made several Azerbaijani cuisine articles, like Piti in Ca:WP. That's all I can do for the Land of Fires for the time being. Thanks for asking me though. Cheers. --E4024 (talk) 23:07, 24 March 2019 (UTC)
Could you at least create the aforementioned Template:Azerbaijan-cuisine-stub ? Yours sincerely, Sarvathi (talk) 09:34, 26 March 2019 (UTC)


[1] Zübeyde Hanımın Kızları JCE: Equips de voleibol: BJK (son değil, PTT var ), İlbank, Çanakkale Belediyespor

Categoria:Jugadores de voleibol turques Categoria:Esportistes de Bursa Categoria:Esportistes d'Istanbul Categoria:Jugadores de Nilüfer

Categoria:Jugadores de Çanakkale Belediyespor Categoria:Jugadores de İlbank Categoria:Jugadores de BJK PTT ( PTT+milli (


Nazlıcan ca:WP/ Türkiye Cumhuriyeti kendini tanıtıyor: Yüzer sergi Avrupa’da (U. Erdem) KKTC:

salma veya mp: [2]

I made this correction because neither all naked women (anywhere in the world) are "odalisques" nor odalisques used to go around "naked" all the time. They were simply unmarried partners of rich, powerful men, like anywhere else and even today.

(BTW using this or another name for the extramarital female partner does not change the essence of the poligamy and "male domination or superiority" -sort of to call this unjust relationship between a man and a woman, in this situation. There is a word "metres" -of French etymology- in contemporary Turkish which refers to a second woman of a married man; the only difference is she does not live in the same house and most probably the wife of the man has no idea of her existence. This woman serves the man who pays for her material needs. What difference does it have with the older times? The odalisque probably could not leave the so-called "harem" but this woman can go to the movies or a concert or shopping or whatever, as long as she is there when the "boss" comes to visit her. What a pity for the contemporary society! All this chat within parentheses, of course.) --E4024 (talk) 02:26, 8 June 2020 (UTC)

Enllaços externs[edit]

Yasemin Ecem Anagöz (İzmir, 14 d'octubre de 1998) és una arquera turca, campiona d'Europa. Burcu Categoria:Jugadores de voleibol turques Categoria:Esportistes turques Categoria:Esportistes d'Esmirna


Bursa Büyükşehir Belediyespor / Aydın BŞB

(Esborrar després)

  1. Michael Krondl (1 October 2011). Sweet Invention: A History of Dessert. Chicago Review Press. pp. 105–. ISBN 978-1-56976-954-6. 
  2. Dünden bugüne İstanbul ansiklopedisi. Kültür Bakanlığı ve Tarih Vakfı'nın ortak yayınıdır. 1994. ISBN 978-975-7306-05-4. 

Turkish names[edit]

Two years ago I asked Hakan about the Turkish names. Unfortunately, the situation have not changed since then. Do you have access to a list of the Turkish given names for importing to the Wikidata? There are still more than 8000+ items for the people from Turkey without a specified given name.

SELECT ?item ?itemLabel WHERE {
  ?item wdt:P31 wd:Q5;
    wdt:P27 wd:Q43.
  SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language "[AUTO_LANGUAGE],tr". }
  FILTER(NOT EXISTS { ?item wdt:P735 ?name. })
ORDER BY DESC (?itemLabel)

Try it!

-- Meisam (talk) 08:40, 17 September 2019 (UTC)

Hi Meisam. Firstly I do not understand much of templates. Secondly I have little confidence in internet lists. As tedious as it may be, I will continue to help with two fingers, working like an ant or a bee, as long as I have health and time. Thanks for your confidence. --E4024 (talk) 01:34, 22 September 2019 (UTC)
Does this serve? It is a news about an official list on unisex names in TR. Best. --E4024 (talk) 14:45, 4 October 2019 (UTC)
It was interesting. But Do you know where we can found this “population statistics”? If there is an official list or a book of the names it can be easily added to the Wikidata. And thanks for the helps. -- Meisam (talk) 17:56, 4 October 2019 (UTC)


Born in Köln or Konya, his name is Fırat Tuncer. If the German speaking countries' authorities cannot inscribe a Turkish name with a "different letter such as "ı" then they should not ask others to write certain ethnical names with letters (like ê) that do not exist in the alphabets of those countries; and of course while some countries have a legitimate interest in their people living in Germany (or Austria, or Switzerland or Liechtenstein) those (and other) countries do not have the same legitimate interest on ethnic people living in third countries and have no German, Austrian etc descent.