Template:Nihongo

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Usage[edit]

Syntax
Code {{Nihongo|English|kanji/kana|rōmaji|extra|extra2}}
Gives English (kanji/kana rōmaji, extra) extra2

This template marks the kanji segment as being in Japanese kanji and/or kana, which helps user agents (web browsers and so on) to display it correctly. It also applies the t_nihongo_kanji CSS class.

Parameters
  • English. Optional. The word as translated into English. Note that this will sometimes be the actual Japanese word due to it being adopted into English.
  • kanji/kana. Required. The word in Japanese kanji and/or kana, the logographic writing system.
  • rōmaji. Optional. The word in Japanese rōmaji, the Romanized syllabic writing system used for foreign words. Also known as a "transliteration".
  • extra. Optional. Can also be expressed as a named parameter, extra=
  • extra2. Optional. Can also be expressed as a named parameter, extra2=. It is only useful in ";" definitions (extra2 will be displayed without bold, whereas text following the template will get the bold).

Examples[edit]

Regular use:

Code {{Nihongo|English|英語|eigo}}
Gives English (英語 eigo)

Without English:

Code {{Nihongo||英語|eigo}}
Gives eigo (英語)

With extra2:

Code

; {{Nihongo||虚無僧|komusō|extra2="Priest of nothingness"}}
: Mendicant priest of the Fuke sect of Zen Buddhism.

Gives
komusō (虚無僧) "Priest of nothingness"
Mendicant priest of the Fuke sect of Zen Buddhism.

Without extra2:

Code

; {{Nihongo||虚無僧|komusō}} "Priest of nothingness"
: Mendicant priest of the Fuke sect of Zen Buddhism.

Gives
komusō (虚無僧) "Priest of nothingness"
Mendicant priest of the Fuke sect of Zen Buddhism.

User style[edit]

User style can be set by adding code similar to

@media screen, tv {
	*[lang="ja"] {
		color: green;
	}
}

or

@media screen, tv {
	.t_nihongo_kanji {
		color: green;
	}
}

to common.css.