What are Properties? Properties

Property ID Expected Type Description

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Pronunciation /base/schemastaging/context_name/pronunciation /base/schemastaging/pronunciation mediator

Use to capture the IPA pronunciation for the value of a property

Nickname /base/schemastaging/context_name/nickname /type/text never_assert

Common nickname for the Topic

Official name /base/schemastaging/context_name/official_name /type/text never_assert

The legal, formal, official or full name for the topic. This should reflect the current official name for topics that still exist (e.g. living people, current countries) or the official name the topic had at the time of its demise (e.g. deceased people, historical countries).

Former name /base/schemastaging/context_name/former_name /type/text never_assert

A previous name used for the Topic (should be a name not currently in use for the Topic)

Abbreviation /base/schemastaging/context_name/abbreviation /type/text never_assert

Common abbreviation use to identify the Topic

Culinary /base/schemastaging/context_name/culinary /type/text never_assert

The name of the Topic when used in a culinary context

Medical /base/schemastaging/context_name/medical /type/text never_assert

The name of the Topic when used in a medical context

Chemistry /base/schemastaging/context_name/chemistry /type/text never_assert

The name of the Topic when used in a chemistry context

Biology /base/schemastaging/context_name/biology /type/text never_assert

The name of the Topic when used in a biological context

Short name /base/schemastaging/context_name/short_name /type/text never_assert

Commonly used short form of the name (e.g., "English Language" is presented as "English")

Original name /base/schemastaging/context_name/original_name /type/text never_assert

Used for, for example, a person's birth name, or a book or movie's original release name. In general there should only be one language used (the movie's original name in its original language), although there will be cases where something can have an original name in more than one language (such as government publications of a country with multiple official languages).

Sports /base/schemastaging/context_name/sports /type/text never_assert

The name as used in sporting contexts, especially as pertains to country names in international competitions.

Disputed name preferred form /base/schemastaging/context_name/disputed_name_preferred_form /type/text never_assert

For names which are disputed, this is the preferred form

Regional variants /base/schemastaging/context_name/regional_variants /base/schemastaging/variant_name mediator

The name as it should appear for a given CLDR location

Common name /base/schemastaging/context_name/common_name /type/text never_assert

A common or non-technical name for this entity, as opposed to a technical or scientific one (such as "salt" instead of "sodium chloride", or "heart attack" instead of "myocardial infarction".

Pseudonym /base/schemastaging/context_name/pseudonym /type/text never_assert

A false name used by a person within a field of endeavor, such as by a writer or performer.

Plural /base/schemastaging/context_name/plural /base/schemastaging/plural_form mediator

Used to specify different plural constructions when groups of the object are being described. There is one plural form object for each language.

Automotive /base/schemastaging/context_name/automotive /type/text never_assert

The name of the entity as used in an automotive context.

Previous name /base/schemastaging/context_name/previous_name /base/schemastaging/previous_name mediator

A previous name, with start and end dates for the period when the name was used.

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