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Help is needed! If you want to contribute to Mulivo by adding words in languages that you know or you have a reliable dictionary in your possession, please contact risto@kupsala.net.




  • Risto Kupsala /risto kupsɑlɑ/ (editor)
    • Location: Oulu, Finland
    • Known languages: Finnish, English, Swedish, Chinese (Putonghua)
    • Dictionary languages: Arabic, Amharic, Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, Swahili, Rwanda, Korean, Polish, Russian, etc.


  • Florent Garet /floʁɑ̃ gaʁe/
    • Location: Rouen, France
    • Known languages: French, English, Japanese
    • Dictionary languages: Chinese (Putonghua), Dutch, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese


  • Jens Wilkinson /dʒɛnz wɪlkɪnsʌn/
    • Location: Tokyo, Japan
    • Known languages: English, Japanese, French, Spanish
    • Dictionary languages: Chinese (Putonghua), Indonesian


  • 吕晶慧 /ly tɕiŋhuei/
    • Location: Oulu, Finland
    • Known languages: Chinese (Wu, Putonghua), English, Finnish



  • ಅರವಿಂದ್ ಅಯ್ಯಂಗಾರ್ | அரவிந்த் ஐயங்கார் | अरविन्द अय्यंगार ‍| Arvind IYENGAR /ɐrəʋin̪d̪ əjjəŋɡa:r/
    • Location: Pune, India
    • Known languages: Hindi, Urdu, Marathi, Tamil, German, English
    • Dictionary languages: Telugu, Kannada, Bangla, Gujarati, Panjabi, Persian


  • Rao Vemuri
    • Location:
    • Known languages: Telugu


  • Tomasz "TPJ" Primke
    • Location: Gliwice, Poland
    • Known languages: Polish, English


  • abernaith
    • Location: Philippines
    • Known languages: English, Filipino (Tagalog)
    • Dictionary languages: Japanese, Spanish


  • David Adi Widjaja
    • Location: Hakusan, Japan
    • Known languages: Indonesian, Javanese, English, Japanese


Comments (3)

Anonymous said

at 1:43 pm on Apr 8, 2006

I've added an IPA key to the pronunciation of my name. It'd be nice if all the contributors added one to their names as well.

Anonymous said

at 4:58 pm on Apr 8, 2006


The reason why I enclosed my name and its IPA key in tables is because the font needs to be Lucida Sans Unicode (or any other font with Unicode IPA support) for the letters to show up properly.

I noticed that you'd added a <raw> tag before and after the IPA keys. I'm not too conversant in HTML. What purpose does the <raw> tag serve?

Anyway, if enclosing the names and IPA keys in tables is not very aesthetically pleasing, I've added a <font> tag to the IPA keys, so they'll show up always in Lucida Sans Unicode. Other than that, the old formatting has been retained.

Anonymous said

at 5:13 pm on Apr 8, 2006

Square brackets make links in this wiki, so the <raw> tag has to be used to prevent it from happening. So it stands for "raw text".
Different browsers handle unicode in different ways. I'm using Opera and Firefox and they search for appropriate font automatically depending on the code range (Latin, IPA, Greek, Cyrillic, Devanagari, etc). So the font tag is not needed for that purpose in those browsers. However, it's OK to use the font tag to prevent symbol display problems in older and less advanced browsers.

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