Tag Alias: oscar_statuette -> oscar_statue

In category: Tag Alias and Implication Suggestions

Aliasing oscar_statuetteoscar_statue
Link to alias

Reason:

Same thing. oscar_statue is implicated to award so statuette→statue requires less work.

Related:


+1. Since the oscar statues are almost ever small (hence are statuettes) and "oscar_statuette" is more popular, I would suggest the inverse alias, but since "award" is implicated to "oscar_statue" instead, I guess it may work this way.

parasprite
Former Staff
11 months ago
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Score: 36
User: Fluttershy
Date: April 15, 2013

I'm pretty sure oscar_statuette was all tagged by the same person.


parasprite said:
I'm pretty sure oscar_statuette was all tagged by the same person.

Most was tagged by 3 users (if they are the same person, I don't know).


In either case it's up to 41 tagged pictures and since they bothered to create a wiki page, it's unlikely they'll stop.


Odd, I thought I commented about this saying the (minor) difference between statue and statuette, but guess not.

-1, reverse the alias, statuette literally means "small statue", whereas statue is just something made of inorganic material formed to look like living beings.

"Oscar statue" is correct, but "oscar statuette" is more correct.


Siral_Exan said:
[…] whereas statue is just something made of inorganic material formed to look like living beings.

The quotation above has been altered (underlined excerpt).

Wood, plastic, wax etc. are organic materials.


O16 said:
The quotation above has been altered (underlined excerpt).

Wood, plastic, wax etc. are organic materials.

... forgive me for paraphrasing. Should I request pardon for my French? Or should I be more specific?


Siral_Exan said:
... forgive me for paraphrasing. Should I request pardon for my French? Or should I be more specific?

Siral_Exan said:
... forgive me for paraphrasing. Should I request pardon for my French? Or should I be more specific?

I) "statuette" is original from french language, but was accepted by english.

II) No apologies are needed, that was my OCD talking.