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The word '''asilo p''e bammine''''' or [[WiktionaryZ:asilo p''e bammine]]''
exists and it can be found as
asilo_p%27%27e_bammine]. It is one place where MediaWiki sucks.
[[User:GerardM|GerardM]] 22:49, 17 September 2006 (CEST)
:It works this way: [[WiktionaryZ:asilo p%27%27e bammine]].
[[User:Zanatic|Zanatic]] 22:53, 17 September 2006 (CEST)
::This means another workaround ... well: in some way I am gettin quite ... ehm
... better to shut up ... with workarounds for nap ;-)
--[[User:SabineCretella|Sabine]] 23:10, 17 September 2006 (CEST)
Taken from: http://wiktionaryz.org/index.php?title=Insect_room&oldid=596181
Use true apostrophes, not ASCII quotes...
ASCII quotes are not true orthographic letters, although there's minimum support for use of them as
One question: in which language is such expression used? This is not indicated on the referenced page,
which is completely empty, and looks just like a test page.
I have the feeling that if such expression really exists, theses are not even quotes or apostrophes, but
some form of click or glottal stop, and so this is the wrong character, just approximated here by a
The problem apparently arises in the [[Neapolitan language]].
WONTFIX. The proper unicode character should be used.