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Tag synonym suggestion: [esperanto-movement] -> [movado]

movado and esperanto-movement probably mean the same. As was decided in https://esperanto.meta.stackexchange.com/a/23/1576, movado should be the tag to be used. I think that therefore, esperanto-...
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Why are there questions tagged "untagged"?

I noticed there are questions tagged untagged (actually, they are 8). Why are there questions tagged with it? I know that in past it happened when a question was migrated from another site that was ...
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"Pronunciation" or "phonology"?

There are 8 questions using pronunciation and 2 questions using phonology. Aren't these tags synonyms? If they are synonyms, which tag should we use?
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Do we need a "constructed languages" tag?

I think we need at least one "constructed languages" tag. Maybe even a specific one like Volapük. Esperanto is a constructed language and because of that, our history is interrelated with that of ...
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"translation" or "single-word-requests"?

If I ask which word I should use for an English word, should I use translation or single-word-requests? I understand that two tags are different, since I could ask which Esperanto word I should use ...
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What is the tag "etymology" for?

For me, it is very unclear. The tag can mean (and is used) in many cases: How a word is constructed (with the Esperanto rules of word construction) How a word evolved from the Unua libro to now How a ...
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Do we need both "history" and "language-evolution"?

Before writing this question, there were 14 questions using history and 7 questions using language-evolution. Do we need both the tags? To me, it seems that history includes language-evolution, since ...
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Do we really need "meaning-in-context" as tag?

I know other sites use meaning-in-context, but do we really need it? Since I cannot generically ask the meaning of a word without describing exactly what I find confusing, or giving an example of ...
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Tags for when a language is referenced

The French Stack Exchange site has a nice tag anglais to mark questions that refer to the English language (such as “how do you translate this English phrase?”). It also has other tags for German, ...
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Shouldn't we have "grammaticality" instead of "grammar"?

When I first wrote this question, there were 22 questions using grammar. Should not those questions use a more specific tag, or (eventually) grammaticality? It seems to me that grammar is used when ...
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What tag should I use for a question asking the meaning of a word/phrase?

What tag should be used for a question asking the meaning of a word/phrase? Since there is already word-choice and word-usage, would word-meaning be helpful?
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What is the purpose of "vocabulary" as tag?

There are 20 questions using vocabulary, but the tag doesn't have a description. What should the purpose of the tag be? Does it make sense when there are tags like single-word-requests, word-choice ...
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Should not we generally use the plural for the tags?

As done with other Language sites, should not we generally use the plural for tags, especially when they are about grammar categories? verbs nouns pronouns
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A tag for questions about the Esperanto special letters

It is clear that we need a tag dealing with the special letters of the Esperanto alphabet. However, what should it be? Some questions have gone through a cycle of different tags, including chapelitaj-...
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Language of tags

I noticed that some of the tags are in English, for example, preposition and culture and some are in Esperanto, for example, volativo and muziko. This seems like it will produce a lot of duplicate ...
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Tag "movement": Should we rename it to "movado"?

The question title says it all—shall we rename the tag "movement" to "movado" (which is Esperanto and more specific to the Esperanto movement and distinguishing it from other movements)?