• Hey! I saw you edited some babelcategories in Polish section, unfortunately wrong. This template uses different cases, which we have 7. I'll give you an example how to do it in the future:

    • język fiński - Finnish language (nominative)
    • Main category: językiem fińskim
    • fi-0: języka fińskiego
    • fi-1/2/3/4/5: językiem fińskim
    • fi-N: (język) Fiński

    This rule works for most languages, especially those well-known (Spanish, German, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Russian, English, French, Italian, most European languages and those ending with -ski, -cki, -dzki) etc.). In some languages, where the language name stays the same in most languages (Afrikaans, Manx, Hindi, some Asian, American and African languages etc.) only the word język changes, while the second word stays in nominative, which you can check at Wikipedia. The other version you can probably check at Wikipedia/Wiktionary. :)

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