- (英國) IPA(幫助)：/ˈwɪkʃən(ə)ɹi/, (正统英式(RP)) IPA(幫助)：/ˈwɪkʃənɹɪ/
音頻 (英國) （文檔）
- (通用美式) 英語發音：wĭkʹshə-nĕr'ē, IPA(幫助)：/ˈwɪkʃəˌnɛ(ə)ɹi/
- (加拿大) IPA(幫助)：/ˈwɪkʃəˌnɛɹi/
音頻 (加拿大) （文檔）
- (印度) IPA(幫助)：/ˈʋɪkʃ.nə.ri/, /ˈʋɪk.ʃə.nɛ.ri/, [ˈwikʃ.nə.ɾi]
音頻 (澳洲) （文檔）
- 韻部：-ɪkʃənɛəɹi, -ɛəɹi, -ɛɹi
- 2003年5月1日，Hamish Mackintosh，“Talk time: William Gibson”，出自 The Guardian，London, archived from the original on 30 June 2016, 頁號21:
- [Hamish Mackintosh:] So is Google officially a verb now? / [William Gibson:] When I wrote Pattern Recognition, it occurred to me that I could use it as a verb and it also occurred to me that someone might already have done so. I thought it didn't matter too much. If I'm first that's great, but if I'm not, then it's just good reportage in a way. Sites like Wiktionary track new usages and neologisms. The page on Google as a verb went back almost two years!
- 2008，Phoebe Ayers; Charles Matthews; Ben Yates，“Wikimedia Commons and Other Sister Projects”，出自 How Wikipedia Works: And How You Can Be a Part of It，San Francisco, Calif.:No Starch Press, →ISBN, 頁號428 and 430:
- [page 428] Wiktionary is a multilingual dictionary (also thesaurus and phrase-book) and has distinctive content policies. Words must be attested and idiomatic (that is, words should be in use, and phrases should be commonly used idioms), and submissions should be neutral and verifiable. […] [page 430] Wiktionary was proposed on the Wikipedia-L mailing list in April 2001 by Larry Sanger, just three months after Wikipedia was launched. […] An outside project called Omegawiki, started by a handful of Wiktionarians, is working on a grand combination of data from Wiktionary into a single dictionary for all languages.
- 2008，John Broughton，“What Wikipedia is Not”，出自 Wikipedia Reader’s Guide (The Missing Manual)，Sebastopol, Calif.:O'Reilly Media, →ISBN, 頁號22:
- Wikipedia has a well-known policy (to experienced editors, at least) stating what kinds of information belong in the encyclopedia. The sister projects that the Wikimedia Foundation supports, such as Wiktionary, fulfill some of the roles that Wikipedia does not. […] Wiktionary is a free, multilingual dictionary with definitions, etymologies, pronunciations, sample quotations, synonyms, antonyms and translations. It's the "lexical companion" to Wikipedia.
- 2010，Elizabeth Knowles，“[Appendix:] Where to Look: A Selection of Online Resources”，出自 How to Read a Word，Oxford:Oxford University Press, →ISBN, 頁號159:
- Collaborative online resources such as Wiktionary may offer a first view of recent coinages which have not yet been included in traditional dictionaries.
- 2010，Christian M. Meyer; Iryna Gurevych，“Worth Its Weight in Gold or Yet Another Resource – A Comparative Study of Wiktionary, OpenThesaurus and GermaNet”，出自Alexander Gelbukh編， Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing: 11th International Conference, CICLing 2010, Iasi, Romania, March 21–27, 2010, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; 6008; LNCS Sublibrary; SL 1 (Theoretical Computer Science and General Issues))，Berlin; Heidelberg; New York, N.Y.:Springer, →ISBN, 頁號41:
- The source of a Wiktionary relation is usually associated with a certain word sense. The syntax  fish within the article bass, e.g., indicates that the second sense of bass (the fish within the order of Perciformes) is the source of a (hypernymy) relation to the target term fish. Unfortunately, the target of a relation is not sense disambiguated in general, as it is only given by a link to a certain article. For the term fish in the relation above, it is not clear whether the maritime animal, a part of a ship's mast or a card game is meant. Automatic word sense disambiguation is required to determine the correct sense of the target. To our knowledge, this issue has not been addressed in any of the works based on Wiktionary.
- 2015，Werner Krauß，“Heritage and Climate Change: A Fatal Affair”，出自David C. Harvey and Jim Perry編， The Future of Heritage as Climates Change: Loss, Adaptation and Creativity (Key Issues in Cultural Heritage)，Abingdon, Oxon.; New York, N.Y.:Routledge, →ISBN, 頁號54:
- In a letter, Otto Maier called this drawing a "Galimathias"; according to a "wiktionary entry," this is a Greek word that passed from French students to German citizens and signifies something like "nonsense".
- 2008，Phoebe Ayers; Charles Matthews; Ben Yates，“Wikimedia Commons and Other Sister Projects”，出自 How Wikipedia Works: And How You Can Be a Part of It，San Francisco, Calif.:No Starch Press, →ISBN, 頁號430:
- The site was brought online in English on December 12, 2002; on March 29, 2004, the first non-English Wiktionaries were initiated in French and Polish. Wiktionaries in over 200 languages now exist, and more than 100 have more than 100 definitions.
- → 世界語: Vikivortaro (仿譯)
- → 芬蘭語: Wikisanakirja (仿譯)
- → 希伯來語: וִיקִימִלּוֹן (vikimilón) (仿譯)
- → 愛爾蘭語: Vicífhoclóir (仿譯)
- IPA(幫助)：/ˈvɪk.(t)ʃəˌnɛ.ʁi/, /-ɹi/
- IPA(幫助)：/ˈvɪk.(t)ʃənˌʁiː/, /-ˌɹiː/ (可能罕用)
Wiktionary 的變格 [僅單數, 中性, 強變化]
Wiktionary c（屬格 Wiktionarys）