Tatar Translation Services

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About Tatar

Tatar vs. Tatars:
Why singular title, not plural? –Shallot 11:59, 3 Apr 2004 (UTC) By a misunderstanding. “Tatar” is a representative of the “Tatars” nation, and there is nothing more to write about the term “Tatar”. The original article was about the nation. Wikipedia: Naming convention specifically speak about us singular an plural in the title. Specifically, plural is used when the name is used only in the plural. The name of the nation is “Tatars”, not “Tatar”. Hence I am moving the article back. Mikkalai 20:45, 3 Apr 2004 (UTC) On the second thought, 90% of cases of mentioning a nationality is an adjective, and it creates inconveniences when creating references: It is an easy way to refer “tatars” to “tatar” by the bracket trick:

[tatar]s, but not vice versa. An additional confusion is that tatar may refer to language as well. So I see a grain of wisdom in Shallot’s decision now. In any case, before any further article renaming I am putting the issue for discussion at the Wikipedia talk: Naming conventions. Mikkalai 21:05, 3 Apr 2004 (UTC) What decision? 🙂 I am (still) not convinced that any of these other versions are particularly better than “Tatars”. (Making Tatar a disambiguation page was the right thing to do.) –Shallot 23:01, 3 Apr 2004 (UTC) —-